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  • Is Microsoft Behind SCO's $50 Million Cash Infusion? - After SCO announcement that BayStar Capital invested $50 million in SCO, questions are raised on Microsoft role. BayStar leads, creates, participates in PIPE investments, many with funds from other firms, such as Microsoft. [eWeek] (October 17, 2003)
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  • Microsoft Covers Back with SCO Unix License - Crusade by SCO to protect Unix intellectual property took unexpected turn when Microsoft Corp. said it was licensing Unix source code and patent from SCO. SCO approached Microsoft a few months before with IP claim. [eWeek] (May 26, 2003)
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  • SCO Pulps Caldera-MS Trial Archives - AP reports the 937 boxes of court-ordered documents from the Caldera vs. Microsoft DR-DOS antitrust lawsuit, that were stored since the trial, are being destroyed now by request of SCO; 40 boxes are in use by Sun. [The Register] (May 22, 2003)
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  • The Fear War against Linux - Microsoft connection to anti-Linux campaign being waged by SCO is growing clear. In latest move, Microsoft fuels the battle by licensing SCO Unix patents, source code. [CNET News.com] (May 19, 2003)
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  • Microsoft Mum on Unix Licensing Move - Firm, which on Monday announced it was licensing Unix source code and patents from SCO, remains tight-lipped on its reasons for the move; spokesman says no one available to discuss matter further at this time. [eWeek] (May 19, 2003)
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  • Microsoft Sends Message with Unix Deal - Licensing rights to Unix technology from SCO lends heavyweight backing to SCO intellectual property claims and helps Microsoft fight Linux, a growing market threat to Windows, analysts say. [CNET News.com] (May 19, 2003)
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  • MS Blesses SCO, Licenses Unix - Licensing Unix code from litigious SCO does little to allay fears that SCO is but a beard for Redmond. Microsoft was instrumental in SCO early growth, by selling Xenix. [The Register] (May 19, 2003)
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  • Microsoft to License Unix Code - Will pay for rights from SCO; may strongly impact battle between Windows and Linux, is part "of ... commitment to respecting intellectual property and the IT community's healthy exchange of IP through licensing." [CNET News.com] (May 18, 2003)
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