"You've been expecting this, I'm sure. Ralph Yarro wants to loan
SCO some money, $2 million, or more accurately up to $2 million,
and the SCO trustee, Edward Cahn, wants to let him. It's all at
"arm's length" and "in good faith" negotiations with this SCO
insider, don't you know. So, does this mean nobody else wants to
fund SCO? No potential buyers? Just Ralph? And Cahn asks the court
to please shorten the time to handle the motion. Is SCO on its last
legs or something?
"The motion calls Yarro the "former Chairman" of SCO's board of
directors. See all the stuff you can hide if you don't file MORs or
with the SEC, despite being a public company? Say, didn't Cahn
promise to file those MORs by now? What, they look too awful?
Still, they're supposed to be filed. Well, well. SCO's MO seems to
be catching. Delay, delay, delay while they keep their greedy hand
reaching desperately for the brass ring."
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