CNET: Software firms soar on Linux feverAug 31, 1999, 16:55 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Erich Luening)
"Desktop software maker Corel and Java software maker Applix are both riding a Linux wave washing over Wall Street in the past few days.
"Ottawa, Canada-based Corel's shares reached an early morning peak of 10.25 in heavy trading before backing off to 9.15 on the Toronto Stock Exchange, ending with a gain of 85 Canadian cents, or nearly 11 percent..."
"Westboro, Massachusetts-based Applix was the most active issue on the Nasdaq stock market in morning trading, gaining 4.50, or 27 percent..."
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