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Up to 24 percent of software purchases open source

Open source has become big business, suggests an article in the Investors Business Daily, but it has done so by becoming more like the proprietary-software world it purports to leave behind.
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SugarCRM CEO Roberts replaced by board member

John Roberts on Wednesday resigned from his post as CEO of open-source CRM vendor SugarCRM, leaving board member Larry Augustin to assume the role...
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Google, Mozilla, and enterprise software disruption

Article Source The Open Road
May 5, 2009, 7:07 am

Who would you work for if not for the company that currently employs you? For many right now this is a somewhat pointless question: with so many people unemployed, the answer is, "I'd work for anyone that could cut me a paycheck every other week."

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What Does Oracle’s Buyout of Sun Mean to Open Source?

There’s been a lot of commotion around Oracle’s recent bid for Sun Microsystems. Oracle is in the process of purchasing Sun for $7.4 billion, which includes Sun’s $1.8 billion in debt. With this acquisition Oracle will purchase Java, Solaris, and a bunch of hardware and virtualization tools...
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Apache Tomcat Gets An Enterprise Version, SpringSource tc

The SpringSource tc application server can be installed in place of Tomcat 6, the current Apache version, without disrupting applications, the company said.
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