[News] Red Hat’s Szulik Wins Entrepreneur Award - Linux

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    iContact’s co-founders, Red Hat’s Szulik take home E&Y entrepreneur awards

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    | Aaron Houghton and Ryan Allis, co-founders of e-mail marketing firm iContact,
    | and Matthew Szulik, chairman of Linux software developer Red Hat, took home
    | Ernst & Young Entrepreneurs of the Year for the Carolinas Thursday night.
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    http://www.localtechwire.com/busines...story/3037979/


    Yesterday:

    Free software heroes: from Stallman to Google, a list of inspiring individuals
    who made everything possible

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    | Without Bob Young and Matthew Szulik, there might be no clear leader in the
    | GNU/Linux server market, or—worse — Red Hat might have given in to
    | Microsoft’s pressure to enter a disastrous patent deal.
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    http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/...de_everything_

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    "Roy Schestowitz" wrote in message
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    > iContact's co-founders, Red Hat's Szulik take home E&Y entrepreneur awards


    Is Szulik the guy at Redhat that decided to pay $$$$$ for "patent
    protection" to another company?

    Novell and Xandros already did this a couple of years ago. How is that
    innovative?





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