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Aldus

The software company that pioneered desktop publishing with its PageMaker program for the Macintosh. Aldus was acquired by Adobe.
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Jeremy began his entrepreneurial path by co-founding Aldus Corporation in 1984, which was acquired by Adobe in 1994.
His musical escapades ended but Bill packed in journalism in November 1986 and took up his new career at the Aldus Corporation, in Edinburgh.
Brainerd is the founder of Aldus Corporation and a pioneer in desktop publishing; he sold his company in 1994 to devote full time to philanthropic work.
Helen Barolini and her publisher, aided by the Aldus Corporation (of PageMaker, the desktop publishing program), have desired "to capture the spirit and classic beauty of its design" by reproducing all the illustrations and some of the actual pages with an essay on Aldus Manutius and the Hypnerotomachia.
Prior to founding Visio Corporation (Nasdaq:VSIO), he co-founded Aldus Corporation, a software development company, where he was the technical leader for the original development of PageMaker from April 1984 to July 1985.
Rotholtz held a number of technical and product marketing positions at Aldus Corporation, primarily serving as the senior marketing executive overseeing Aldus' flagship product, PageMaker.
Prior to PaperDirect, Cortale spent six years as Eastern Region Manager with Aldus Corporation, a desktop publishing company, now part of Adobe Systems.
He also was a co-founder and senior executive with Aldus Corporation, a successful Seattle-based public software company, which merged with Adobe in 1994.
At Adobe Systems, Nakao was extensively involved in two major public company acquisitions, Aldus Corporation and Frame Technology, as well as numerous private acquisitions.
Blake is the former Chief Operating Officer of Starwave Corporation and former General Counsel at Aldus Corporation.
Before that he was with Aldus Corporation as senior accountant and Ernst & Young as a senior auditor.
Bamburg, 49, has more than 20 years of marketing experience, including a seven-year stint with Seattle's desktop publishing pioneer, Aldus Corporation.