Hockey pucks, WordPerfect, IBM, Adobe

Farber, Dan
November 1995
PC Week;11/6/95, Vol. 12 Issue 44, p154
Trade Publication
Comments on Novell Inc.'s decision to sell applications acquired from its purchase of WordPerfect Corp. Possible buyers for the applications; International Business Machines and Adobe as the best choices.


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