Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Dec 2005 18:37 UTC, submitted by Robert Escue
IBM Unix isn't a flashy market. But what distinction there is has been going to Sun Microsystems lately, by making its Unix-based Solaris operating system available as open-source software. Last week, IBM moved to put its AIX Unix operating system back on everybody's radar by revealing plans to create a development center on its Austin, Texas, campus to speed up AIX development.
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RE[6]: addendum
by kaiwai on Thu 22nd Dec 2005 04:02 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: addendum"
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2005-07-06

Oh, and since I can't reply directly to my message, I'll do a follow up; personally, I favour a 10% tax on the first 38,000 and 20% on anything above 38,000, with a GST sitting at 15-16% and business tax sitting at 5%.

Sometimes is necessary to be a little radical to get things done - too bad with GWB majority in the upper and lower house, he hasn't leveraged this position to push through some radical reforms in terms of taxation, spending etc.

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