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November 10, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Following the Open Software Foundation’s departure from X/Open Co Ltd board, the standards body is set to lose three more of its shareholders from the end of the year: Prime Computer Inc, still struggling after being taken private by J H Whitney; Nokia Data, having recently been taken over by ICL Plc, which itself is a member; and AT&T Co, which in future will be represented by NCR Corp; the cost of an X/Open board ticket runs to around $1m a year, with the loss of the Foundation too, that’s at least $4m a-year in funding X/Open is set to lose.

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