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SCO Blames losses on competitive pressures

© December 2004 Tony Lawrence

Sco losses pile up, and the company says (according to this CNET article, link dead, sorry):

SCO blamed the revenue decrease on competitive pressures and a major drop in the company's effort to license its Unix intellectual property.

Ayup. I'm sure it had nothing to do with that stupid lawsuit.

On the positive side, SCO still is planning to release "Legend", the long awaited OS that will tie together Unixware and Openserver in one system. It's been delayed, but they say it is coming mid 2005.

Not that very many are likely to buy it.

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