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Long-standing SCO board member Thomas Raimondi is stepping down. Raimondi joined the SCO board in September 1999, but says he is now too busy in his full-time job as CEO of MTI Technology Corp.

So no disagreement there: Raimondi remains in lockstep with the rest of the board over SCO's attempt to extract IP royalties from Linux world+dog. In his valedictory statement he says: ""It has been an honor to serve on The SCO Group's Board of Directors. I continue to support the Company's strategy and wish the Company continued success."

SCO has places for eight board directors. It aims to announce a replacement for Raimondi at the 2005 annual meeting of shareholders. ®

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