Nasdaq moved to delist SCO's stock after the Lindon-based company missed two deadlines for filing its 2004 annual report. When the 2005 first-quarter report also was delayed, the exchange warned SCO also faced delisting for that failure.
The software company hoped to see its stock fully restored as a result of Friday's filing. "We will have done all we can," spokesman Blake Stowell said. "This is not an Enron-like situation. ...It's more in the area of bookkeeping [or] clerical-type error."