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They're back!

SCO may not actually exist anymore but they are back in court. It seems now that the Novell/Unix copyrights situation has been settled and they've sold off their non-lawsuit assets and oh yeah, filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation they can finally resolve the SCO v. IBM lawsuit. The real question I have is not what is left to settle. The real question is, who's paying the lawyers at this point? Is there really any money left to them? Although a fun runner up question is, who owned stock in SCO? What were they thinking when the company ran itself off the cliff? If you're as interested in zombie corporations like I am than start at the Arstechnica article and follow the links.


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