SCO delisted from Nasdaq

By Justin Mann on
Unsurprisingly, following SCO's continued decline into nothingness the company has been notified that soon they will be delisted from the stock market. The company's “sue first, then sue again” business plan turned out not to be viable and it all came down to them filing for bankruptcy protection not long ago.

What precious little is left of company assets might be in danger if Novell pursues them, but it is hard to feel bad for a company that tried to bully the world. The company is not being de-listed for their stock falling below a certain value, which can happen, but because they filed for bankruptcy protection.

Where will they go from here?

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