Globe and Mail: Corel finds life after Microsoft battleAug 09, 1999, 21:06 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Julian Beltrame)
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"Moreover, analysts say the stock's comeback at least partly reflects speculation about a possible takeover, as well as Corel's adapting its WordPerfect software to run with the Linux operating system. The fast-growing Linux platform can be downloaded free from the Internet."
"Corel's potential to cash in on the Linux technology is helping bring institutional investors back to the company, says Duncan Stewart, portfolio manager at Tera Capital Corp. in Toronto."