Briefing Book: Profiles in company strategies

Special Report: Borland -- Can Borland ride the life cycle?
Borland Software has legions of software coders to thank for its sometimes improbable survival over the past two decades. Once again the company is trying to change its colors, but this time executives promise not to forget their roots.
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Related stories from the Archives:

Profile: BEA targets developer legions -- Aug. 2002
Profile: Is openness enough for IBM? -- Nov. 2001
Profile: Rational rolls along -- May 2001
Profile: IBM -- Once and future king? -- Aug. 1998

Profile: Seeking an edge
Computer Associates, Compuware and Rational Software take similar paths to integrate tools and to provide a development alternative to platform suppliers. -- Aug. 2000

More from the Archives:

Profile: Surprising Sun sets software pace
Systems maker looks to ride Java success to become a major software player. It further looks for Forté, NetBeans and iPlanet to attract the hearts and minds of corporate development managers. -- Feb. 2000

Profile: Microsoft development strategy
Despite legal travails, the company remained icily determined to make software tools easier to use, to drive mass markets, and to capitalize on its role as provider of the far-and-away dominant desktop operating system. -- Aug. 1998


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