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Former heavyweight Borland bought by Micro Focus

This story originally mischaracterized Tod Nielsen's role at VMware. He was hired to serve as VMware's chief operating officer.

By May 15, 2009


Former heavyweight Borland bought by Micro Focus

Borland Software, whose enterprise software heyday was some two decades ago, gets gobbled up in a $75 million transaction.

By May 6, 2009


VMware hires away Borland CEO

Tod Nielsen to become COO at virtualization company where he hooks up with former boss from his Microsoft days, VMware CEO Paul Maritz

By January 6, 2009


Borland: A big lesson

What's the riskiest bet a CEO can make? A big merger or acquisition. Just ask Philippe Kahn.

By June 16, 2008


Philippe Kahn tries to strike a balance

The former Borland CEO demos a motion-sensing technology that could be used, among other things, to help stabilize cell phone videos.

By May 27, 2009


Borland finally sells its CodeGear tools division

After looking for a buyer for two years, Borland Software sells CodeGear to Embarcadero Technologies for about $23 million.

By May 7, 2008


Borland to throw down Gauntlet in lifecycle tools strategy

Web-based application allows development teams to track and measure progress of ongoing projects.

By January 28, 2007


Borland creates company for tools group

Rather than selling its developer tools group, software company moves it into a new subsidiary, CodeGear.

By November 15, 2006


Borland hires Dell software executive

Borland hires former Dell executive as its R&D chief.

By August 21, 2006


CodeGear goes Ruby on Rails route

As scripting languages become more mainstream, Borland subsidiary CodeGear creates tool for the open-source framework.

By May 13, 2007