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Red Hat co-founder resigns from board

Robert Young, who along with Marc Ewing founded Red Hat in 1994, has resigned from the Linux seller's board.

Robert Young, who along with Marc Ewing founded Red Hat in 1994, has resigned from the top Linux seller's board, the company disclosed Tuesday in a regulatory filing. Young was chief executive during the company's initial public offering in August 1999, but named Matthew Szulik CEO a few months later and took over Young's post as chairman in 2002.

Since he left day-to-day activities at Red Hat, Young has been working on an online self-publishing company, Lulu.