CNET News.com: Next Linux IPO no sure thingDec 29, 1999, 22:35 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Buying Linux IPOs at their offering price in 1999 was a license to mint money, but the next one on the horizon may not be such a sure thing."
"LinuxOne is expected to launch its initial public offering as early as next month. But the upstart company faces a host of issues that were absent in the highly successful IPOs of Linux companies Red Hat, VA Linux, Cobalt Networks and Andover.Net...."
"Some developers in the Linux community have criticized LinuxOne for rushing its shares to the market."
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