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Oracle OpenWorld starts next Sunday, and we'll be there to listen to everything Larry Ellison has to say about Java, databases, and their love of Google's products.
Ellison, the Oracle chief executive, now faces an impasse in his $9.4-billion bid for PeopleSoft. Today the U.S. Department of Justice said it would block Ellison to protect competition in the business software sector. Seven...
Here's a nice commentary by By David Kirkpatrick, FORTUNE.COM Thank you, Larry Ellison. You've just inaugurated another extended period of technology industry drama. Oracle's hostile bid to pay $5.1 billion in cash...
Thanks Betaz...Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has resigned from Apple Computer's board of directors, saying he no longer has the time to devote to the company. "I will continue to offer my advice to (Apple...
Meta Group analyst Mark Shainman says Oracle users should take legal action to block the database giant from renegotiating some license fees. Meta says customers who aggregate feeds to and from data...
At a press conference on Monday at Comdex Fall 2001, Larry Ellison derided Microsoft's Exchange e-mail servers as unreliable and insecure. He said Oracle is offering an e-mail server option for its 9i database management...