Under the radar: how Red Hat changed the software business-- and took Microsoft by surprise

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Coriolis, 1999 - Business & Economics - 197 pages
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Young, CEO of Red Hat Inc., offers an insider's view of the investment deals that eventually led to Red Hat's IPO, and how Red Hat convinced Intel, Netscape, Compaq, Dell, Oracle, SAP and Novell to support the Linux open source operating system.

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I read this right after reading Behind the Cloud - two different game changing business models and two very different individuals. I'd say this book is less polished, but I also feel Young is more ... Read full review

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UPDATE 03/02/2010 Great stuff about the first few rounds of capital and the battle to get a piece of those early rounds. Including Intel's insistence that they not get forced to wait for a later round ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Young has taken Red Hat Software, Inc from a fledgling start-up copmany to a leading global supplier of the Linux operating system.

WENDY GOLDMAN ROHM is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author of The Microsoft File: The Secret Case Against Bill Gates. She has served as correspondent for numerous national and international publications, including Talk magazine; the Financial Times (UK); Wired; the New York Times Syndicate International; the Chicago Tribune; the Boston Globe; Los Angeles Times; Interactive Week; and PC Week. Rohm has also appeared on numerous national television and radio broadcasts, including the Today show, CNN, CNBC, BBC Radio, NPR's Marketplace, and more. Rohm lives with her daughter in Evanston, Illinois. She welcomes correspondence at: wwendyrohm@cs.com

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