It’s been a rough road for old-school hard disk drive (HDD) manufacturers ever since solid state drives (SSDs) emerged as a credible replacement for their clunkier and slower predecessors. If you love a good comeback story, WDC stock, now the leading HDD maker, fits the bill to a tee. When WDC purchased flash memory maker, SanDisk, in a $19 billion deal in 2016, not everybody was sure it was a very smart move.
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