[linux-elitists] Re: Modern SCO Executive
Fri Jun 6 18:15:14 PDT 2003
Quoting Ron Guerin (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> Too bad the SCO annual shareholder's meeting is recently behind us.
Ever been to an annual shareholder's meeting? They're unbelievably
boring and bureaucratic; it's extremely rare for matters brought up for
votes to be anything other than foregone conclusions that can be guessed
from looking at the percentages held by major shareholders. And,
besides, the Caldera International, Inc. d/b/a The SCO Group's 2003
annual meeting was in _Lindon, Utah_.
Not that Lost Wages, Nevada is my idea of a great place to be,
especially during the summer, but....
 That was the name of the corporation as of May 16, 2003. It adopted
that name in August 2002 (having been previously Caldera Systems, Inc.),
and operated from that time to May 2003 using a doing-business-as
(d/b/a) of "The SCO Group". The May 16 shareholders' meeting approved a
resolution to file an amendment to the Certificate of Incorporation at
the Delaware Division of Corporations, renaming the company yet again to
"The SCO Group, Inc.". The state of Delaware is presumably putting that
amendment into effect right about now.
Cheers, Ceterum censeo, Caldera delenda est.
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