What's Open Source Worth on Wall Street?
Jun 28, 2007, 13:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Aaron Ricadela)
"For all the success of open source software--developers the
world over flock to the code available freely over the
Internet--its purveyors able to thrive as public companies are
"Linux operating system seller Red Hat has generated billions in
value for investors, but its shares have slipped 3 percent in the
past year amid new competition. Novell, which supports a version of
Linux, has been criticized for striking a cooperation deal with
Microsoft seen by many as a threat to the spread of Linux..."