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SCO, Baystar Conflict Escalating

Apr 26, 2004, 14:30 (6 Talkback[s])
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The Salt Lake Tribune: Double Whammy for SCO

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"In William Goldman's comic medieval farce The Princess Bride, the Spanish swordsman Inigo needs a miracle to revive his friend, Westley.

"He looks up Miracle Max. 'He's dead. He can't talk,' Inigo explains to the semi-retired, aged healer...

"The SCO Group--embroiled in multiple lawsuits over its disputed rights to Linux, its financial foundation perhaps in peril, its revenue shrinking and its stock shaky--just might need its own Miracle Max..."

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Computer Business Review: SCO Refuses to Change Its Ways Despite Investor Pressure

"Litigious Unix vendor SCO Group Inc will not change its methods or management despite pressure from disgruntled investor BayStar Capital Management LLC...

"In response SCO said it has no intention of returning the $20m, changing its management, or toning down its public statements about claims that the Linux operating system contains its intellectual property..."

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Computer Business Review: SCO and Investor Positions Hardening

"BayStar Capital is not ruling out possible legal action against SCO Group Inc to secure the return of a $20m investment, after it expressed concern over SCO's management.

"When asked if BayStar would turn to the courts a BayStar spokesperson told ComputerWire Friday the venture capitalist is looking to 'all necessary and potential' options against SCO..."

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