Shady Acres

May 2006
Forbes Asia;5/22/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p74
The article focuses on the downturn of Sun Microsystems after years of supremacy in the computer industry. The company's share price is at $5 as of 2006. The company is planning to sell its assets which include the Sparc chip line, the Solaris software and the hardware that uses both. Hewlett-Packard and IBM are the speculated buyer of the company.


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