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By Bob Mims, The Salt Lake Tribune Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 25--SCO Group shares teeter on the brink of delisting by the Nasdaq Stock Market today, given the company's failure to file its long-overdue fiscal 2004 report with federal regulators Thursday.
Already having been forced to add the dreaded "E" to its ticker symbol, an indication of its noncompliance with federal Securities and Exchange Commission reporting rules, SCO has only one card to play to avoid being dropped from Nasdaq altogether -- an appeal.
The Lindon software company, best known for its $5 billion lawsuit against IBM and other litigation claiming its own …