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Red Hat and Canonical demonstrate that the battle over Linux operating-system distributions designed for personal computers really isn't about the desktop at all.
A $46 billion cash balance is more valuable to shareholders in the form of higher earnings per share or a dividend, Stanford C. Bernstein analyst says.
Red Hat is not about delivering cheap software, but rather about solving enterprise business problems with a compelling value.