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August 13, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Digidyne’s 1978 lawsuit against Data General over the latter’s refusal to sell licences for RDOS to run on Novalikes – decided in favour of Digidyne as long ago as 1980, has finally been settled. Data General will pay $26m, and take a charge in that amount with its fiscal fourth quarter figures. Digidyne, in Tustin, California, stopped making Novalikes and now services computers.

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