SCO Files Bankruptcy

January 24, 2009 at 11:24 pm Leave a comment

After years of fighting with IBM, Novell, RedHat, and just about everyone else that distributes linux, the Utah based company has filed Chapter 11.

The bankruptcy proceedings come after a November ruling to pay Novell 3.4 million USD, plus 489 USD per day after August 29, 2008.

“It’s clearly a challenge of just making sure that we have sufficient cash to continue our operations and continue to do all we can to service our Unix customers,” Hunsaker said.

More story: SCO Files Bankruptcy.

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