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Here's why open source software startups often get stronger in downturns and recessions, according to executives who navigated the Great Recession (IBM)

Business Insider Friday, 3 April 2020
Here's why open source software startups often get stronger in downturns and recessions, according to executives who navigated the Great Recession (IBM)· As global markets teeter on the brink of a coronavirus-driven recession, experts believe that open source software companies are well-poised to continue growing. 
· Companies like Red Hat grew during the Great Recession, and the open source operating system Linux hit a tipping point as the prevalent standard for running...
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