Taschek, John
August 2000
eWeek;08/14/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 33, p71
Comments on United States-based software firm Caldera's acquisition of SCO. Impact of the shift to Linux as a business platform; Stock and cash agreement for the merger; Fate of SCO's UnixWare; Marketing efforts of IBM for Linux.


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