Never Mind That $1.7 Billion Loss, Jonathan Schwartz Has A New Plan To Save Sun
Never mind that Sun Microsystems just announced a $1.7 billion loss for its most recent quarter (mostly due to write downs of pricey acquisitions like the $4.1 billion it spent on StorageTek). Never mind that its market cap is only $4 billion, despite having three times as much annual revenues and $2 billion in cash. Never mind that co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim, who returned to help save the company, is now interested in other things . CEO Jonathan Schwartz has a new plan to get the company back on track. All I'm going to say is that it involves open-source. Schwartz lays it out in the exclusive video interview above, which he conducted a couple weeks ago with TechCrunchIT editor Steve Gillmor. Okay, the interview is with Schwartz's puppet. But it is an exclusive interview. (Props to the Puppetman ).
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