Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Novell's Dilemma -

See the article for a financial snapshot. 

The upside? Novell has more than $1.8 billion worth of cash and short-term investments. And with its accounting review wrapped up, the company can now spread a little of that money around.

The company could start buying back shares or it may even reward open-source developers with a few acquisitions, analysts say. Spreading a little of its money around in the open-source community may not make it any more popular, but at least it won't be the only software company accused of selling out.

Hmm -- mkt cap is ~$2.5B, and the company has $1.8B cash/short-term investments?...

Source: Novell's Dilemma -

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