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SCO Files October's Monthly Operating Reports
Wednesday, November 21 2007 @ 11:30 PM EST

SCO has now filed this month's operating reports for SCO Group and SCO Operations, and if these were my books, I'd be worried I was about to bleed to death. It's got me wondering if it's possible that the asset sale motion was withdrawn because SCO can't last long enough to actually do one. I am not an accountant however, and they could hide an elephant in there and I'd never know it, so I'll let you look over the filings. If they are making money by the bucket, sing out. No doubt you'll have more accurate impressions than I do. I see several things that don't seem to add up. If someone could explain how much goes to SCO Germany, for example, I'd be interested. SCO China too. And I see a change in accounting for where the money for the IBM and Novell litigation is going. And exactly how much is SCO now worth? All I know is if it were me, I'd be cutting back on Entertainment/Travel if I could.

I guess the worst thing about bankruptcy is that everyone gets to look at all your otherwise private stuff. Not that it isn't fascinating. But it feels a little like looking through someone's underwear drawer. It's actually not all the private stuff, as there are redactions and in some cases blanks where SCO tells the US Trustee that it's available to that office on request. I'm thinking there will likely be such requests.

Here are today's filings:

226 - Filed & Entered: 11/20/2007
Operating Report
Docket Text: Debtor-In-Possession Monthly Operating Report for Filing Period October 2007 for The SCO Group, Inc. Filed by The SCO Group, Inc.. (Werkheiser, Rachel)

227 - Filed & Entered: 11/20/2007
Operating Report
Docket Text: Debtor-In-Possession Monthly Operating Report for Filing Period October 2007 for SCO Operations, Inc. Filed by The SCO Group, Inc.. (Werkheiser, Rachel)

228 - Filed & Entered: 11/20/2007
Certificate of Service
Docket Text: Certificate of Service re: Notice of Withdrawal of Emergency Motion of the Debtors for An Order (A) Approving Asset Purchase Agreement, (B) Establishing Sale and Bidding Procedures, and (C) Approving the Form and Manner of Notice of Sale (related document(s)[225] ) Filed by The SCO Group, Inc.. (Werkheiser, Rachel)

229 - Filed & Entered: 11/21/2007
Certificate of Service
Docket Text: Certificate of Service re: Monthly Operating Report for Filing Period October 2007 for The SCO Group, Inc. (related document(s)[226] ) Filed by The SCO Group, Inc.. (Werkheiser, Rachel)

230 - Filed & Entered: 11/21/2007
Certificate of Service
Docket Text: Certificate of Service re: Debtor-In-Possession Monthly Operating Report for Filing Period October 2007 for SCO Operations, Inc. (related document(s)[227] ) Filed by The SCO Group, Inc.. (Werkheiser, Rachel)


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