Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 10th Jun 2010 23:03 UTC, submitted by SReilly
Legal "SCO was dealt yet another blow in court today when District Judge Ted Stewart rejected the company's motion requesting a new trial or judgement of law. In a ruling issued today, Judge Stewart sided with a jury that issued a verdict against SCO in April, finding that Novell was the rightful owner of the UNIX SVRX copyrights. According to Judge Stewart, SCO failed to demonstrate that the jury's verdict contradicted the evidence presented in the case."
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Schadenfreude
by jebb on Fri 11th Jun 2010 06:01 UTC
jebb
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2006-07-06

The stock managed to lose another 60% yesterday:
http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=SCOXQ.PK#chart2:symbol=scoxq....

Considering it's already down to less than 10c, from about $100 ten years ago, I was amazed to find out it was still trading at all (I seem to recall it was pulled out, and reintroduced under a new name; it used to be SCOX if I remember correctly).

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RE: Schadenfreude
by Bobthearch on Fri 11th Jun 2010 14:03 in reply to "Schadenfreude"
Bobthearch Member since:
2006-01-27

"Q" is added to the stock symbol when a company enters bankrupcy. The "PK" indicates that the stock is traded on the "Pink sheets," likely because the stock is not qualified for any of the major stock exchanges.

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