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|BayStar, Canopy, Capital Group SEC Filings
Thursday, September 09 2004 @ 02:59 AM EDT
BayStar has begun to file their SEC documents, and this
is their initial statement of beneficial ownership of 2,208,645 shares, signed on September 2 and filed on the 3rd. Then on September 1, signed on the 2nd and filed on September 3rd, they dumped 5,000 shares. And then another 5,000.
And Canopy has filed this info in their SC 13G/A filed on February 17:
Item 4. Ownership:
(a) 5,492,834 of the shares are held in the name of The Canopy Group,
Inc. ("Canopy"). 39,021 of the shares are held by Ralph J. Yarro, III and
60,000 of the shares are reserved for issuance upon the exercise of options
held in the name of Mr Yarro. Mr. Yarro disclaims beneficial ownership of
the shares held by Canopy except as to his pecuniary interest therein. The
agreement among the Reporting Persons relating to the joint filing of this
statement is attached as Exhibit 1 hereto.
(b) The 5,492,834 shares held by Canopy represents 38.4% of the
outstanding shares of Common Stock on January 27, 2004. The 39,021 shares
held directly and the 60,000 shares subject to the options held by Mr.
Yarro represents less than one percent of the outstanding Common Stock on
January 27, 2004.
(c) As a director and executive officer of Canopy, Mr. Yarro shares
in the direction of voting and in the disposition of the 5,492,834 shares
held by Canopy. Mr. Yarro has the ability to vote and dispose of the
shares held in his account. . . .
Item 6. Ownership of More than Five Percent on Behalf of Another Person
The Noorda Family Trust is the owner of a majority of the capital stock of
Canopy. Raymond J. and Lewena Noorda serve as trustees of the Noorda
Then in January, on the 30th, Canopy Group acquired 174,340 shares at $8.06, from a 6/03 transaction, so they then had 5,492,834, with a note saying, "1. Reporting Person acquired these shares in connection with the acquisition by the Issuer of Vultus, Inc. Shares were issued to Reporting Person for payment of assumed debt and for the purchase of equity in Vultus, Inc."
Capital Group International, Inc. had 10.3% of SCO as of April 8, 2004:
Capital Group International, Inc. ("CGII") is the parent
holding company of a group of investment management companies
that hold investment power and, in some cases, voting power
over the securities reported in this Schedule 13G. The
investment management companies, which include a "bank" as
defined in Section 3(a)(6) of the Securities Exchange Act of
1934 (the "Act") and several investment advisers registered
under Section 203 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940,
provide investment advisory and management services for their
respective clients which include registered investment
companies and institutional accounts. CGII does not have
investment power or voting power over any of the securities
reported herein. However, by virtue of Rule 13d-3 under the
Act, CGII may be deemed to "beneficially own" 1,485,500 shares
or 10.3% of the 14,379,184 shares of Common Stock believed to
The official transcript of the Aug. 31, 2004 teleconference.]
Capital Guardian Trust Company, a bank as defined in Section
3(a)(6) of the Act is deemed to be the beneficial owner of
1,485,500 shares or 10.3% of the 14,379,184 shares of Common
Stock believed to be outstanding as a result of its serving as
the investment manager of various institutional accounts.