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Caldera

+ - SCO receives official delisting notice from Nasdaq

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fifteencattleprods
fifteencattleprods writes "On the tail of two stories regarding possible delisting of SCO stock (reported on slashdot here, and here), today is the day the delisting process has started. Straight from SCO's own press release site, they have received their delisting notice from Nasdaq. While this doesn't mean their stock will be delisted immediately, it does mean they've come under notice by Nasdaq, and must fix their problems within 180 days, before October 22, 2007. If they don't get their stock above $1 per share for ten consecutive days between now and then, they're toast."
Amiga

+ - New Amiga hardware to be released.

Submitted by baryon351
baryon351 (626717) writes "Finaly a wait is over. Amiga Inc. have announced new PowerPC hardware for running AmigaOS to be unveiled next week. First off a base level $500 design, and second a power user $1500 design. The systems have been under development for the last 12 months between Amiga Inc. and ACK Software Controls; availability and final price of the systems will be announced soon."
Caldera

+ - Microsoft shown involved with Baystar and SCO

Submitted by baryon351
baryon351 (626717) writes "Back a few years ago when SCO looked like it was haemorrhaging cash and couldn't afford a long court case let alone a trial, a surprise investment came out of the blue from Baystar, a venture capital company who invested $20 million in SCO and aided their anti-Linux cause, enabling McBride & co. to continue with (now shown incorrect) claims of line-by-line code copying of SCO IP in Linux. Now, during the SCO/IBM case one of IBM's submissions to the court reveals Microsoft was behind it after all. Baystar's manager says about Microsoft's Richard Emerson: "Mr. Emerson and I discussed a variety of investment structures wherein Microsoft would 'backstop,' or guarantee in some way, Baystar's investment.... Microsoft assured me that it would in some way guarantee BayStar's investment in SCO."
Despite the denials about their involvement, MS helped SCO continue this charade — and on top of that halted all contact with Baystar after the investment, renegging on their guarantee."

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