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Status
Acquired by on August 31, 1994
Headquarters:
Seattle, WA
Description:
Aldus Corp. developes and supplies desktop publishing software.
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Software

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Founded:
February 1, 1984
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None found in Crunchbase

Aldus Corporation, named after the 15th-century Venetian printer Aldus Manutius, was the inventor of the groundbreaking PageMaker software, a program that is generally credited with creating the desktop publishing (DTP) field. The company was founded by Jeremy Jaech, Mark Sundstrom, Mike Templeman, Dave Walter, and chairman Paul Brainerd.[1] Aldus Corporation was based in Seattle, Washington.

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DateNews
Mar 17, 2000ZD Net - Desktop publishing perestroika
Dec 31, 1997Fast Company - Ways to Give Back
Aug 24, 1994New York Times (NYT) - BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY; Aldus and Adobe Lay Claim to Digital Publishing

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    Seattle, WA

    USA

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