This category is for links that are mostly or all about stock, stock price, stock market, aspects of, and involvement in, the SCO vs. IBM lawsuit, and related actions.

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Basic Chart for SCO Group, Inc.
Graph of stock price and volume; since SCO sued IBM, stock price has varied greatly, was rising, now falling. Yahoo Finance.
Certificate of Designation, Preferences and Rights of Series A Convertible Preferred Stock of The SCO Group, Inc.
Full document, agreement said to involve minority investor BayStar Capital ($20 million), and majority investor Royal Bank of Canada ($30 million). [US Security and Exchange Commission, SEC]
Form S-3 Registration Statement
New S-3 filed as part of BayStar deal, allows for converting BayStar preferred stock to regular stock, so SCO had to register another 3.85 million shares for sale. [US Security and Exchange Commission, SEC]
The Mouse That Roared
New regulations made it harder for small-cap companies to get noticed; this is not the case for SCO. The big question is will SCO investors survive this dispute? [Motley Fool.com] (December 09, 2003)
IBM's Days in Court
Tiny SCO Group opts to take its Linux business to court. While meant to serve justice, lawsuits can be effective business tools; making publicity, distracting and getting cash in settlement from competitors. [Motley Fool.com] (November 14, 2003)
Editor's Note: A Few Questions for SCO From a Hypothetical Investor
SCO got $50 million in private investment this week; good for them, maybe not so good for investors. Potential investors in SCOX stock should ask SCO some fairly harsh questions. Forum comments. [Linux Today] (October 17, 2003)
SCO Building up a War Chest
Ability to build cash war chest too compelling to pass up, so SCO agreed to $50 million investment deal, announced yesterday, with investment fund BayStar Capital. CEO Darl McBride pleased with transaction. [eWeek] (October 17, 2003)
SCO Gets $50 Million Investment
SCO, firm embroiled in legal actions with Linux and Unix, announces $50 million investment by BayStar Capital, a reversal of plans it stated in May; will use funds for software development, legal and licensing costs. [CNET News.com] (October 16, 2003)
SCO Wins $50 Million Investment
Received large cash boost in private investment deal led by investment fund BayStar Capital, structured as private placement of non-voting Series A Convertible Preferred Shares, at fixed conversion price $16.93/share. [eWeek] (October 16, 2003)
Visions of Ka-ching Dance in Their Heads
Analysis of why investors are raising SCO stock price, based on two documents from Renaissance Ventures, LLC, venture capital firm. Links and quotes source documents. Many forum comments. Print-friendly version too. [Groklaw] (September 23, 2003)
SCO Insider Trades
List of all such stock trades since 2002 that author could find, sorted by publishing date, compiled from SEC public records, about $1,375,654 in sales since March 2003. [Groklaw] (August 12, 2003)
SCO Execs Cash in on Suit Spotlight
Link to story, useful forum comments, on ZDNet finally looking at SCO stock insider trading. [LWN: Linux Weekly News] (July 29, 2003)
SCO Insider Trading Watch
SCO executives keep slowly cashing in their stock to benefit from its current, inflated price; total 93,000 shares sold since suit filing, net $782,000 earnings. Table with links. Forum comments. [LWN: Linux Weekly News] (July 17, 2003)
Who is Selling SCO Stock?
Two outside stockholders, John R. Wall, Morgan Keegan and Co., decided to dump 1 million shares they held. SCO executed full registration process, at its expense, to facilitate this, yet proceeds go to sellers. Forum comments. [LWN: Linux Weekly News] (June 12, 2003)
SCO Roars as Shares Soar
In heavy trading, SCO shares rose about 30 percent as firm defends what it sees as unauthorized illegal use of its Unix code by customers, Linux users, vendors, open source community. [eWeek] (June 05, 2003)
Renaissance Research Group: The SCO Group, Inc.
Report titled: Handicapping the SCO-vs.-IBM Lawsuit. Seeks to reinforce conclusions of strong buy recommendation. Suggests in part why SCO stock has risen during the lawsuit period. [Renaissance Research Group] [PDF] (April 21, 2003)
Renaissance Research Group: The SCO Group, Inc.
Strong buy recommendation from Renaissance Ventures, LLC. Suggests in part why SCO stock has risen during the lawsuit period. [Renaissance Research Group] [PDF] (March 06, 2003)
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