Financial Post: Red Hat boss joins board of Toronto Internet software companyOct 30, 2000, 14:14 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Robert Young, the chairman and co-founder of Red Hat Inc., has joined the board of directors of Tucows Inc., a privately held firm based in Toronto that provides services and software to the Internet industry."
"In convincing Mr. Young to join its board, Tucows has scored a coup not only for itself, but also for the Canadian Internet industry as a whole."
"Mr. Young has earned a reputation as a pioneer and respected activist in the Open Source and Linux communities. Because of that he will bring an additional degree of legitimacy and notoriety to Tucows, known to most consumers as a repository of popular software programs."
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