The Salt Lake Tribune: Missing Deadlines Puts SCO on the Spot
Feb 17, 2005, 13:45 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bob Mims)
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"Utah's SCO Group is flirting with being delisted from the
Nasdaq Stock Market after missing an already-delayed deadline for
filing its 2004 annual report.
"Under federal law, the Lindon-based software company--best
known for its $5 billion, Linux-related lawsuit against IBM--was to
have filed its annual report to the Securities and Exchange
Commission within 90 days of the Oct. 31, 2004, end of its fiscal
year. Instead, SCO sought an extension on Jan. 31..."