September 9, 2005
'Failing' SCO sees Linux licence revenue plunge
SCO has seen a sharp decline in income, as enterprises fail to be tempted by its Linux indemnification programme. The litigious Unix vendor announced this week that revenues for the three months to 30 July 2005 were $9.35m compared to $11.2m (£5.09m and £6.10m respectively) for the same period in 2004. SCO made a loss of $2.4m over the three-month period, compared to a profit of $7.5m the year before.
Link: ZDNet Uk