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Red Hat

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Robert Young is a serial entrepreneur who is best known for founding Red Hat Inc., the open source software company.
In 1993, Bob Young incorporated the ACC Corporation, a catalog business that sold Linux and Unix software accessories.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

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He also owns the franchise for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and serves as self-styled Caretaker of the team. Young also co-founded Linux Journal in 1994, and in 2003, he purchased the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, a Canadian Football League franchise.
The owner/caretaker of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats Football Club is businessman Bob Young, who purchased the club on October 7, 2003.

PrecisionHawk

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Young served as CEO of PrecisionHawk, a commercial drone technology company, from 2015 to 2017.
An angel investor in the company, Bob Young, founder of Red Hat, became CEO in August 2015.

Linux Journal

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Young also co-founded Linux Journal in 1994, and in 2003, he purchased the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, a Canadian Football League franchise.
The first issue was published in March 1994 by Phil Hughes and Bob Young, co-founder of Red Hat, and featured an interview with Linux creator Linus Torvalds.

Lulu.com

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In 2002, Young founded Lulu.com, a print-on-demand, self-publishing company, and served as CEO.
The company's founder and CEO is Red Hat co-founder Bob Young.

Marc Ewing

Marc Ewing and Young co-founded open-source software company Red Hat (NYSE: RHT).
Ewing and co-founder Bob Young named their initial software after the hat, and the name Red Hat stuck.

Victoria University, Toronto

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He received a Bachelor of Arts from Victoria College at the University of Toronto.
Bob Young - entrepreneur, co-founder of Red Hat

Center for the Public Domain

The Center for the Public Domain
In 1999, he co-founded The Center for the Public Domain.
The Center for the Public Domain was a charitable foundation founded in 1999 by Bob Young as the Red Hat Center.

Forge FC

Hamilton Tiger-Cats owner Bob Young was part of a group of investors, predominantly from the Canadian Football League, working with the Canadian Soccer Association and president Victor Montagliani.

Entrepreneurship

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Robert Young is a serial entrepreneur who is best known for founding Red Hat Inc., the open source software company.

Canadian Football League

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He also owns the franchise for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and serves as self-styled Caretaker of the team. Young also co-founded Linux Journal in 1994, and in 2003, he purchased the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, a Canadian Football League franchise.

Trinity College School

Trinity College
He attended Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ontario.

Port Hope, Ontario

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He attended Trinity College School in Port Hope, Ontario.

University of Toronto

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He received a Bachelor of Arts from Victoria College at the University of Toronto.

Print on demand

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In 2002, Young founded Lulu.com, a print-on-demand, self-publishing company, and served as CEO.

Self-publishing

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In 2002, Young founded Lulu.com, a print-on-demand, self-publishing company, and served as CEO.

Public Knowledge

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Young has supported the Creative Commons, Public Knowledge.org, the Dictionary of Old English, Loran Scholarship Foundation, ibiblio.org, and the NCSU eGames, among others.

Dictionary of Old English

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Young has supported the Creative Commons, Public Knowledge.org, the Dictionary of Old English, Loran Scholarship Foundation, ibiblio.org, and the NCSU eGames, among others.

Ibiblio

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Young has supported the Creative Commons, Public Knowledge.org, the Dictionary of Old English, Loran Scholarship Foundation, ibiblio.org, and the NCSU eGames, among others.

Canadian Premier League

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The reports suggested that Hamilton Tiger-Cats owner Bob Young was part of a core group of investors working with the Canadian Soccer Association and its president Victor Montagliani to create a new set of fully professional teams or a league in Canada.

2003 CFL season

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The CFL then announced the sale of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to Bob Young on October 7 and then announced the sale of the Toronto Argonauts on November 15 to Howard Sokolowski and David Cynamon.

Linux Foundation

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In 1993 at Comdex, Bob Young introduced Mark Bolzern to the LI list and shortly thereafter Bolzern shared his vision and was asked to "make it so" by the members of the list.