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> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ____/ Richard Rasker on Friday 02 Oct 2009 20:56 : \____
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>>> London Stock Exchange in talks to buy Turquoise Trading technology
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>>>> | Last month, the LSE announced it will acquire Sri Lankan
>>>> | trading firm Millennium IT for Â18 million, replacing its
>>>> | Accenture built, Microsoft .Net-based TradElect platform.
>>>> | The new platform is understood to be based on Linux.
>>> About the cash figures: the LSE paid more than /twice/ this Â18 million
>>> for just the TradElect system, which never delivered on its original
>>> promises, and even caused a full day's loss in sales (with damages no
>>> doubt running into millions as well). Yet dumping a Â40 million system
>>> isn't a step even big companies take lightly, so TradElect must really
>>> suck ...
>> They thought "They Got the Facts".
>> Microsoft has made no comment on the subject.
> Well I got the facts: tis because micoshaft has a small weenie.
> Google is thwacking micoshaft big time.
> Google (a Linux company) share trading bigger than Micoshaft Corporation
> Average $1.6 billion worth of shares trade in Google every day.
> Micoshaft just around $1.5 billion.
> The core of google corporation is built with Free software
> and its smacking down micoshaft which is a paytard company.
> What happened?
> Do micoshaft share holders all now come with a small pepe?
> Google seems to keep one larger than a canoe in their trousers!
> Is this the end of micoshaft?
> There is no hope for micoshaft to catch Google with share trading volume.
> Micoshaft will crumble.
> In terms of trading volume and popularity, google is bigger and more popular
> with millionairs, banks and trading houses.
> And now the stock exchanges around the globe switch to using Linux
> because Linux servers are better at mission critical tasks
> than crash prone windummy servers.
Why use genitalia to describe a company?
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