Ottawa Citizen: Cowpland's back with brighter prospectsNov 30, 1999, 02:47 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mark Anderson)
"It must have seemed a good idea at the time, charging Mike Cowpland with insider trading, but it's looking kind of flat and spent now, like an old inner tube... Today Corel sports a beefed up $20 share price, a full head of steam and prospects brighter than we've seen for years -- forever, maybe..."
"... lest there be any doubt, the business of Corel these days is not Draw, or WordPerfect. It's Linux. Linux is the reason Corel is hotter than a pistol; the reason the company's stock is higher than it's been in almost four years. Linux is also the engine Corel is counting on to drive its stock -- and maybe even its revenues -- forward."
"Linux right now is a pure stock play, and if you're in the Linux space, you're going to make money.
"BLC Securities analyst Michel Delavergne should have his licence removed for rating Corel stock a "reduce" as late as mid-October..."
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