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Sun's ticker symbol

When did they change it from SUNW to JAVA? Just noticed that today.

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Re: Sun's ticker symbol

On Wed, 05 Sep 2007 16:15:45 -0500
Joseph Marton <jmartonNO@SPAMhsemuni.com> wrote:

> When did they change it from SUNW to JAVA? Just noticed that today.
>

Hi Joseph
Was around the 24th of August

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Re: Sun's ticker symbol

Joseph Marton wrote:
> When did they change it from SUNW to JAVA? Just noticed that today.
>

Monday, August 27th...
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Joseph Marton wrote:

> When did they change it from SUNW to JAVA? Just noticed that today.
>

You sure it's the symbol for the company and not the country?

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Re: Sun's ticker symbol

Joseph Marton <jmartonNO@spamhsemuni.com> expounded:
> When did they change it from SUNW to JAVA? Just noticed that today.


A week or two ago. It was in the business news, but didn't make the tech
news.

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