This is part of my series “valuation of so-called intellectual property is much less than you may think” (at least, if you’re not one of my regular readers).
SCO was claiming “intellectual property” over UNIX software.
A federal judge rules otherwise.
In the middle of the day, SCO’s share was losing 72% hitting an all-time low of 0,35 $ a share, with volumes never seen before.
This is what you should be prepared for if you’re claiming your company is making money out of software “intellectual property”…