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Short Take: Borland shareholders approve name change

Stockholders of Borland International have approved a proposal to change the company's name to Inprise. The name change is effective immediately. The company's stock will now be traded under the ticker "INPR". Chairman and CEO Del Yocam announced the name change plan in April. Inprise makes software development tools.

Stockholders of Borland International have approved a proposal to change the company's name to Inprise. The name change is effective immediately. The company's stock will now be traded under the ticker "INPR". Chairman and CEO Del Yocam announced the name change plan in April. Inprise makes software development tools.