The Unix company everyone loves to hate is promising to stick around for another year:
The SCO Group has promised to stick around for at least another year.
The Unix software maker this week dished out a year-end filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission detailing its financial state. Things continue to look grim for SCO as it burns through cash and suffers from dwindling software sales. Still, SCO thinks it can maintain a fine financial line, despite claims from rival Novell that bankruptcy is near.
I'd expect them to stay in business as long as they possibly can: they're suing half the universe for breach of their copyrights and patents and must be hoping for a possible big payoff down the line.