"During the holiday break, a change occurred in the Unix
business landscape when The SCO Group announced it would be
delisted from the Nasdaq. As of Tuesday afternoon, SCOX is a penny
stock sitting at nine cents a share. Quite a fall from its
five-year high of $22.29.
"Linux enthusiasts are, naturally, quite thrilled with what
seems to be the coming end of the SCO drama, which began soon after
Darl McBride stepped into the CEO position in 2002. After making
noises that Linux contained some of the source code of the Unix
System V code The SCO Group claimed to own, the company filed a $1
billion lawsuit against IBM, then one of the largest development
providers for the Linux operating system..."