TheStreet.com: Silver Lining for Linux Companies?
Nov 17, 2000, 17:49 (6 Talkback[s])
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"The '69 Mets. Coney Island without the crime. Linux stocks. Ah,
the good old days."
"It may seem like years ago that Linux stocks such as VA Linux
and Red Hat were all the rage for tech investors, but it was just
last year that their respective initial public offerings won the
hearts of investors."
"Since then, though, those stocks have crashed, and Linux, the
open-source operating system that was going to change everything,
has receded from investors' minds. Yet at Deustche Banc Alex.
Brown's tech conference here this week, a panel featuring major
Linux companies drew a large crowd, which may mean investors
haven't totally disavowed the stocks, said Deustche analyst Phil
Rueppel. (His firm has done underwriting for VA Linux and Red
- Inter@ctive Week: Commentary: VA Linux Vs. The Big Guys(Nov 17, 2000)
- VA Linux Meets Expectations
(Nov 17, 2000)
- LinuxPR: VA Linux Systems Reports Record Quarterly Revenue; 278% Increase Over Year-ago Quarter(Nov 16, 2000)
- Enterprise Linux Today: VA Linux Systems Reports Record Quarterly Revenue(Nov 16, 2000)
- The Register: Red Hat still on course for Linux profits by end of 2001(Nov 10, 2000)
- Goldman Sachs Says Red Hat's Transition to Infrastructure Service Provider Promising(Nov 10, 2000)
- Upside: VA Linux investors back away(Nov 07, 2000)
- Wall Street Journal: VA Linux Warns of Slow Sales, Blaming Weak Dot-Com Business(Nov 07, 2000)
- VA Linux Disappointed with First-Quarter Revenues(Nov 06, 2000)
- eWeek: VA Linux execs: Develop open-source strategy now(Nov 01, 2000)
- What Linux Distribution do VARs Like Most? It's Definitely Not Red Hat Linux(Oct 31, 2000)
- In Context: Follow the Money; Cathedral Investments in the Bazaar(Oct 20, 2000)