Linux Boom Ahead?
Aug 14, 2007, 14:15 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andrew Farrell)
"The ruling is a huge setback to SCO's claim it should be paid
billions in royalties by International Business Machines. SCO says
that International Business Machines took code from Unix for use in
Linux, another operating system. Shares of SCO Group plummeted
72.8%, or $1.13, to 43 cents. Practically all of SCO's business is
"Novell shares jumped 3.1%, or 20 cents, to $6.62, on Monday.
The court victory likely means better business for Novell, which
sells Linux software...."