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SCO, it was good to know ya... you coulda been so much more

I read with interest this morning a story in ComputerWorld (more like an obituary) about how SCO said in its most recent SEC filing that there is "substantial doubt" that it will survive. In addition to the meltdown of its lawsuit against IBM, the filing cites its depleted cash position and entry into Chapter 11 as its major woes.

September 19, 2007 by

SCO files for bankruptcy

SCO Group, best known for suing IBM, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.In a statement, SCO said it was filing to reorganize under Chapter 11.

September 14, 2007 by

SCO down and out of touch

SCO has lost an important part of its legal battle against IBM, Novell and open source. It lost the plot years ago.

August 20, 2007

SCOing down

SCO has just lost an important part of its legal battle against IBM, Novell and open source. It lost the plot years ago

August 15, 2007

Where does SCO go from here?

SCO took a huge gamble and lost! There never was much hope that they could pull together a team of lawyers better than those at IBM but the potential threat to Linux, whether real or imagined, is gone -- along with any asset value SCO had left. There customer list is all that's left!

August 15, 2007 by

SCO does not own Linux copyright: US judge

A US federal court judge has ruled that Novell, and not the SCO Group, is the rightful owner of copyrights covering the Unix operating system (OS), a ruling that should have a major effect on a number of lawsuits, including SCO's actions again Novell, IBM and Red Hat.

August 12, 2007 by

IBM issues subpoenas for tech giants' SCO dealings

The long-running legal battle over claims that IBM's version of Linux violates SCO Group's intellectual property took another twist on Tuesday when IBM sent subpoenas to four other tech players. Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Sun Microsystems and BayStar Capital must hand over details of their involvement with SCO, according to the subpoenas, which were filed in US District Court in Utah, where the case between IBM and SCO is being heard.

February 22, 2006 by

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