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"that's not horrible" -- Stephen Wolfram, on seeing this page for the first time. (April, 2005)
This page needs to be renamed Wolfram Research, Inc. (the way, I gather from the logs, that it used to be until maybe December of 05). It's my understanding that the "Wolfram Group" does not exist as such, but the companies, all run by Stephen Wolfram, do. Someone needs to track down the actual corporate structure here. But there is no "Wolfram Group" as a legal entity. Pleasantville 17:01, 12 February 2007 (UTC)
- Because he was a founder of the company yet isn't sufficiently notable to have an article devoted just to him. ·:· Will Beback ·:· 03:00, 18 June 2007 (UTC)
Links,, references, advertising?
The page only has 3 references, and one of those is self published. 3 out of 5 external links lead to the company's own website, and I count at least 3 links in the text to the wolfram website. The presence of this page seems to be part of a carefully crafted promotional exercise. DMcMPO11AAUK/Talk/Contribs 08:50, 25 October 2007 (UTC)
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