ZDNet talked with BayStar
about why it is trying to pull its money from SCO. It seems BayStar wants SCO to dump Darl McBride and concentrate full time on the lawsuit business.
"BayStar asserts SCO's Unix products business doesn't hold long-term value for shareholders, [BayStar spokesman Bob] McGrath said. SCO reported $9.7 million in Unix products revenue and $1.6 million in Unix services revenue in its quarter ended Jan. 31.
'We think there are limited prospects of that business ever generating growing and significant revenue,' McGrath said. 'And we believe it is diverting resources from going where they would have the most value--the intellectual property process'.
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