Re: Borland: the end of a brand
Steve Maughan wrote:
I don't see why "the objectives more than ever will be only the
profits". Borland is a public company which is evaluated by
investors based (solely) on its profits and prospects. I would say
that a private company is much more likely to look further than a
few quarters when making investment decision.
Rudy Velthuis [TeamB] http://www.teamb.com
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