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March 29, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

No mealy-mouthed we never comment on rumors from Computer Associates International Inc: ridiculous was its word for rumors that it might buy Cheyenne Software Inc.

Throughout his corporate career, the New York Times relates, the late David Packard was a sworn enemy of executive pomposity so that when Hewlett-Packard Co’s senior managers travelled to New York City in 1961 to celebrate the listing of the company’s stock on the New York Stock Exchange, he insisted they take the subway instead of a taxi to Wall Street from the hotel where they were staying – so they made the wrong connection at Times Square, and got lost…

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