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SCO Group drops old Caldera name

SCO Group, which turned its ownership of Unix intellectual property into a Linux-related lawsuit against IBM and a legal threat to hundreds of companies, has officially dropped its old name of Caldera International. The measure was approved by shareholders on Friday, the Lindon, Utah-based company said this week.

SCO said in a March filing that it planned to let shareholders vote on a move to formally change its name to SCO Group. The name change, begun last year, reflects the fact that most of the company's revenue stems from Unix products it acquired from Tarantella, formerly called Santa Cruz Operations.