I am tring to track down information on the company KMOS before it aquired AMIGA's IP Wrights.
this is what i have so far..
Ownership of the Amiga line passed through several owners, from Escom of Germany in 1995, and then to U.S. PC clone maker Gateway in 1997, before being licensed to Amiga, Inc., a Washington company founded by former Gateway employees Bill McEwen and Fleecy Moss in 2000.
On March 15, 2004, Amiga, Inc. announced that on April 23, 2003 it had transferred its rights over past and future versions of the Amiga OS (but not over other intellectual property) to Itec, LLC, later acquired by KMOS, Inc., a Delaware company.
On March 16, 2005, KMOS, Inc. announced that it had completed all registrations with the State of Delaware to change its corporate name to Amiga, Inc.
you know those names <<billy boy and fleece you fleecy>> crop up a lot dont they... how can two former gateway employes be CEO's through a further subsequent 3/4 other companies..
as i cannot find a dsiclosed sum for the price paid for Amiga Inc I personally think Gateway (whom sold the commodore brand of label for $22 million got *ahem pun here* fleecy mossed for the Amiga brand)