SCO loses another round in Unix fight, must pay $2.55M to Novell

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jul 17, 2008 5:44 PM EDT
Computerworld; By Todd R. Weiss
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At the beginning of its massive legal fight against Linux in 2003, The SCO Group Inc. imagined a day when companies like IBM, Novell Inc. and others would pay it large amounts of cash for alleged infringements on SCO-owned Unix code. Instead, even as those legal fights meander through U.S. courts, the tables were turned and SCO yesterday was ordered to pay $2.55 million to Novell for collecting Unix licensing revenue from Sun Microsystems Inc. that it wasn't entitled to collect.

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