Two on McNealy's Trip to India
Mar 20, 2003, 16:00 (9 Talkback[s])
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The Economic Times: McNealy Hits Out at Gates, Microsoft
"The visiting Sun Microsystems chairman Scott McNealy, known for
his anti-Microsoft stand, did not let go off any opportunity on
Thursday to hit out at his arch rival Bill Gates.
"The Microsoft bashing began right from the start of his
presentation at the Nasscom event where his opening line to the
audience was, 'You do not need a Microsoft office...This is a Star
"Countering the reports that Linux was killing Sun, he said, 'I
cannot disagree with that more and the company that is going to be
hammered by Linux is Microsoft...'"
Mid-Day.com: Sun Announces $300 mn Donation
"Visiting Sun Microsystems chief Scott McNealy today announced
the company would donate software worth 300 million dollars to
Indian student researchers in India for non-commercial usage.
"'This donation is for giving them access to experiment with our
software. The donation would also be with respect to online
training for universities and academic use,' McNealy told reporters
after a meeting with Communications and IT Minister Arun Shourie