Sense has prevailed says RISCOS Ltd.By Chris Williams. Published: 14th Jul 2004, 23:00:37 | Permalink | Printable
Oh goody"Yes, RISCOS Ltd is most definitely continuing to exist," confirmed Paul Middleton, RISCOS Ltd.'s managing director, speaking to drobe.co.uk earlier today, following last Monday's shareholder meeting.
Paul added: "It seems that sense has prevailed and the solicitors will not be continuing to absorb money that would be much better spent on RISC OS developments."
We assume the discussions are on-going, as further news is expected later this week, we're told.
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