Rob writes: The chief executive of controversial Unix vendor SCO Group Inc has written to its partners and customers in an attempt to reassure them that it is not about to go out of business. To paraphrase a line from Mr Twain, the rumors of our death have been greatly exaggerated, wrote Lindon, Utah-based SCO's Darl McBride in a letter that was recently filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. While McBride's letter did not mention any suggestions of its demise directly, it can be seen as a reference to recent claims made by Novell Inc in their ongoing battle of the Unix copyrights. Waltham, Massachusetts-based Novell recently declared in a court paper that SCO's bankruptcy was both "imminent" and "inevitable."
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