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IBM Subpoenas Houlihan - Updated
Thursday, February 23 2006 @ 02:13 PM EST

Another subpoena from IBM. This one is to Houlihan Valuation Advisers, which did a secret evaluation of Caldera in 2001, shortly after it bought the two Unix divisions of Santa Cruz. Here is the complete filing:

It's looking very bad for SCO. Business Review Online asks, "What Was Caldera Thinking?"

UPDATE: The parties filed a Stipulation and Joint Motion to Seal Confidential Materials [PDF] asking the court to seal these materials, filed with the court on March 9, so I have removed the materials they would like sealed. If by any chance the court does not sign the order, which is conceivable but unlikely, I will restore them. So only the top link will work in the meantime as of March 9, 2005. If you have republished this particular article, kindly update your website also. Thank you.

Update 2: As of March 10, 2006, there is a court order [PDF] sealing the Houlihan materials


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