Western Digital

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Western Digital Corporation
TypePublic (NYSE: WDC)
IndustryComputer hardware
When it was createdApril 23, 1970
HeadquartersUnited States Lake Forest, Orange County, California, United States
Key peopleJohn F. Coyne (CEO)
Joseph R. Carrillo (Vice President/Controller/CAO)
Hossein Moghadam (CTO, SVP)
Thomas E. Pardun (Chairman)
Timothy M. Leyden (EVP, CFO)
Things madeHard disk drives
Money earnedIncrease $4.34 billion USD (2006)
Net incomeIncrease $395 million USD (2006)
EmployeesIncrease 51,000 (2008)[1]
SubsidiariesION Media Networks
Websitewww.wdc.com

Western Digital is an American technology company. It is based in the U.S. state of California. They make hard drives. Hard drives are used by computers to store data.

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