CNET News.com: HP deal gives Corel shares a boost
Jun 27, 2000, 19:13 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Corel's stock rose 55 percent this morning after the company
announced a software integration deal with Hewlett-Packard."
"Under the terms of the agreement, the desktop software maker
will bundle its Corel Print House 2000 with the HP ScanJet
4300C scanner, which is targeted to the home market."
"The bundling agreement will include a number of localized
versions of Corel Print House 2000, the companies said. Financial
terms of the deal were not disclosed."
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