Breaking the SCO Gag Order


Where is it written that one vendor should silence an industry?

To cut to the chase, I’m referring to the SCO Group and its well-known Linux litigation, which has caused me to experience a rare sympathy for the monolithic sell-side firms of Wall Street, London and Asia-Pacific.

Of course, they don’t need my sympathy and would never solicit it.

To say the least, these powerful institutions are usually not interested in helping me or my financial technology colleagues gather the news, and frequently

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