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Since March, when the SCO Group filed suit against IBM for allegedly using proprietary SCO Unix code in its Linux systems, it has made headlines nearly every week. And in the last 52 weeks, SCO's stock price has soared from as little as 78 cents per share to more than $20 per share. Regardless of industry observers' opinion of SCO's grievances, the company's decision to battle IBM and the open-source community has boosted it, at least in the short term. Will SCO's legal maneuverings prove to be brilliant business moves in the long run, or will they lead to the company's ultimate demise?