August 5, 2002
Linux waddles from obscurity to the big time
bryam writes: "Meanwhile, Linux is turning up on Wall Street. Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse First Boston and others are scoring results like Dresdner's with Linux pilot projects. IBM ? an early and big backer of Linux ? recently opened a Manhattan office to promote Linux among its financial services clients. And Reuters is deploying Linux servers to process the data and news widely used on Wall Street to make real-time trading decisions. Complete article at USA Today."