LinuxPR: Penguin Computing Becomes First Computer Company To Join The CoalitionJul 30, 1999, 17:34 (1 Talkback[s])
"Penguin Computing and the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES) jointly announced today that the fast-growing Linux Solutions company has joined CERES."
"We are committed to environmentally responsible business in the strongest sense; it's the right way, and the only way, to do business" says Sam Ockman, President and Founder of Penguin Computing. "The Linux community has already shown the world a new way of making software; we now want to help CERES show the world a new way of doing business."
"According to Brad Sperber, CERES' Director of Coalition Programs, "we are delighted to form an alliance with Penguin Computing. Building creative and constructive links with public interest groups and investors is an important characteristic of leadership firms. We hope that this partnership can provide a model of environmental innovation for the computer industry." CERES represents over 220 billion dollars in invested assets and ten million people."
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