Corel stops Linux sales
In the interests of our shareholders and customers, we are looking for a way to part with our Linux sales department. Nevertheless, we want to hold a share in it after the sale, 'explained Derek Burney, CEO of Corel.
Thus, the company will sell a large part of its core, which internally hopes to finally be in the black again wants to concentrate more on Word Perfect (Linux), Macintosh applications and above all on Corel Draw. The telephone lines to the German headquarters of Corel near Munich are now cut, only a customer service hotline still works. The company's website is Has not been revised for months and provides outdated information. This could be due to the cancellation of many jobs last year that wanted to make savings.