For instance, why would I, as an investor, want to put my money into a company that has changed its tactics on IP enforcement at least twice that the public knows about? After all, initially, end users were not to be targeted for Linux license fees, and now the larger, commercial ones are. Until this week, when SCO President and CEO Darl McBride declared that they would not invoice commercial Linux users.
October 18, 2003
A Few Questions for SCO From a Hypothetical Investor
So SCO got $50 million in private investment this week. Good for them, maybe not so good for the investors.If I were a potential investor in SCOX stock, I would be asking them a fairly harsh set of questions.