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Groklaw: The SCO 2nd Quarter Earnings Conference Call--Transcript

Jun 16, 2004, 15:15 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Here is the transcript of SCO's June 10, 2004 2nd quarter earnings conference call. The most significant news, to me, was McBride saying that one of the 'top guys' at the Boies firm, Robert Silver, is now helping Mark Heise. That and Mr. McBride saying that he wishes the protective order didn't prevent him from showing us the code they've filed with the court. Since he says he feels that way, and has said it publicly, I hope IBM will now let Judge Kimball know, so the protective order can be lifted enough to make public any Linux code that SCO may be alleging is involved--with specificity. Now that he's on the public record with this accusation, it'd be appropriate for him to let the world see what he is talking about. Or issue a retraction.

"Second, he now agrees that he said too much to the media. He blames it on IBM 'agents,' who just made him respond..."

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