An Outlandish Suggestion

Greg London email at greglondon.com
Mon May 24 15:22:48 EDT 2004


Rob Myers said:
> It's an investment. It would cost more than 2 dollars to defend it
> against any claims from your employer or a random idiot like SCO, or

SCO is not a random idiot.
Microsoft introduced SCO to an investment firm, named BayStar Financing.
BayStar then invested $50 million into SCO.
And Microsoft funneled $86 million into BayStar.

http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/os/unix/story/0%2C10801%2C91145%2C00.html?f=x79

SCO is Microsoft's "privateer", a ship with no flag
to identify who is funding its attacks.

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