Historic accord is now history, and for that we say good riddance

Dodge, John
September 1993
PC Week;9/6/93, Vol. 10 Issue 35, p3
Trade Publication
Opinion. Discusses the break-up of the IBM-Microsoft alliance. Divergence of views; Fate of OS/2 operating system; Fate of IBM.


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