"During the end-of-the-year break, a traditional time for bad
news since fewer people than usual are paying attention, The SCO
Group was delisted by NASDAQ. It was the latest bump down for SCO,
best-known in recent years for claiming it owned Linux, which lost
a major court decision in August and filed for bankruptcy in
September. As SCO slides closer to nonexistence--its website hasn't
been updated since we noted this back in November--it's worth
remembering that the company, under CEO Darl McBride, was once not
merely relevant but feared. You may remember this cover story from
FORTUNE back in May 2004..."
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