CRN : Daily Archives : CRN Interview: SCO's Darl McBride and Chris Sontag : 7:36 PM EST Tues., Nov. 18, 2003: " The core business, we think that's bottomed out and there's upside now with new products coming. We haven't had a new product in our OpenServer base in years and years.
The second dial is the 2.5 million Linux servers out there today that are paired with our intellectual property in them. We have a licensed product $699, $1,399. Chris [Sontag] is driving that and that's another multi-billion-dollar revenue opportunity
The third bucket has to do with the IBM settlement. We filed that at $3 billion."
Same story, this is just sad. When a company has no product, or any real plans to develop one, but thinks they should be worth billions of dollars because of .... because basically they just think they can. If they really wanted to remove code, they would say what code it is. They won't. They don't care about that, it's a technicality. The matter is how much they can monetize that technicality.