October 1993
Macworld;Oct93, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p31
Reports on events in the computer industry. Reduction in the prices of Apple Computer Inc. products; Layoffs by Radius Inc.; Acquisition of CoSA by Aldus Corp.; More.


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