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From the BBC Micro, little Acorns grew : The Guardian reports

Published: 8th Mar 14:17:26 | Permalink | Printable

The Online supplement in today's Guardian newspaper contains an interesting feature on page 12 containing extracts from an interview with Hermann Hauser (co-founder of Acorn) and a detailed explanation of how ex-Acorn employees have become millionaires since Acorn's demise.

The article, which can also be read online, gives details of more than 30 companies which were spun out of Acorn and pictures Alex van Somerman.

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