Wordstar Wants To Be A Star Again
Software history buffs will recall the days when WordStar International Inc. was the king of word processing. But since the early 1980s, when the Novato (Calif.) company squandered its technology edge and the No. 1 spot in its only market, WordStar has become known for losing money and employees. Its stock is now at 2, down from 11 in 1984.
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