On June 30, Red Hat
Income Statement Highlights
Balance Sheet Highlights
|Assets||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Cash + ST Invest.||$434,502||$230,162||+88.8%|
|Liabilities||Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Q1 2006||Q1 2005||Change|
Cash Flow Highlights
|Q1 2006||Q1 2005||% Change|
|Cash From Ops||$36,604||$31,117||+17.6%|
|Free Cash Flow||$33,332||$25,749||+29.4%|
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