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Keith Regan
Oracle Boosts Bid for India's i-flex
12/08/06 10:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 615 Words

... Oracle said Thursday it was increasing its offer and boosting the number of shares it will buy of India-based banking software firm i-flex as the database and applications giant tries to convince more of the firm's shareholders to sell. The company said...

Jay Lyman
Oracle Unveils Open Source Berkeley Database Upgrade
09/29/06 1:45 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 543 Words

... Oracle bought Berkeley DB provider Sleepycat Software early this year, some feared the open source database maker's product -- and the entire open source database market -- might be at risk . Now, however, Oracle is winning praise for a hands-off approach...

Keith Regan
Oracle Profit Surges as Acquisitions Pay Off
06/23/06 10:08 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 690 Words

... Oracle reported a strong fourth quarter Thursday, saying profit rose 27 percent over a year ago as sales surged 25 percent, with the gains largely attributed to the company's aggressive acquisition strategy . The maker of database products and business applications said...

Keith Regan
Oracle Eyes Media, Communications With Portal Software Buy
04/13/06 10:42 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 567 Words

... to add to its menu of applications targeting enterprises in specific industry verticals, Oracle plans to buy Portal Software in a deal worth US$220 million. Portal sells billing and revenue management software products, mainly to media and communications customers. Oracle intends to...

Keith Regan
Oracle Quenches Thirst for IP Messaging Tools With HotSip
02/16/06 11:45 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 613 Words

... its lengthy acquisition spree, Oracle said it would buy Sweden-based HotSip, a provider of communications applications that work on Internet-protocol networks. HotSip makes applications that work with the dominant Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) standard and enable IP telephony , presence communications, messaging...

Gene J. Koprowski
Partitioning Trend a Problem for Oracle?
06/14/05 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 647 Words

... of servers in the data centers of its top customers is putting pressure on Oracle , which is making a number of moves to cope with the trend , experts say. Earlier this month, Oracle changed its licensing terms for users of...

Susan B. Shor
Merged Oracle-PeopleSoft Faces Daunting Challenges
12/13/04 10:15 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 503 Words

... Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has won again, this time after an acrimonious, 18-month-long battle with PeopleSoft , whose board of directors bowed today and agreed to a US$10.3 billion takeover offer. In October, Oracle made what it called its "best and final...

Keith Regan
DOJ Sues To Block Oracle's PeopleSoft Buy
02/26/04 2:41 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 579 Words

Department of Justice (DOJ) has delivered a body blow to Oracle's languishing hostile takeover bid for PeopleSoft, suing to block the US$9.4 billion takeover because it reportedly would result in higher prices, less innovation and fewer choices. "We believe this transaction is...

John P. Mello Jr.
Linux Gets Lift from Oracle
10/28/03 1:54 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 617 Words

Linux received a boost from Oracle today when the Redwood City, California-based company certified its database product on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3. In addition, Oracle announced it will provide support for this product running on the Linux platform . "This is another...

Keith Regan
Oracle Ups PeopleSoft Bid by $1.2B
06/18/03 1:38 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 472 Words

... Oracle has upped the ante in its hostile bid to take control of PeopleSoft , boosting its all-cash offer by 22 percent, or US$1.2 billion. Oracle now says it will offer $19.50 per share for all outstanding shares of PeopleSoft stock, making...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle's Customer Transition Challenge
12/19/18 12:00 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 891 Words

... Oracle narrowly missed its number last quarter, so it was good to see the company come roaring back with 19 percent non-GAAP EPS growth (i.e., it made a lot of money). More importantly, many analysts have conceded that the company has reached...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle Confronts Lawsuit on Its Path to the Cloud
08/18/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1102 Words

... City of Sunrise Firefighters' Pension Fund recently filed a lawsuit alleging that Oracle executives lied about the company's successes in the cloud and engaged in coercion and threats to sell its cloud products, "creating an unsustainable model that fell apart." I don't...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle's Nice Numbers
06/30/18 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 752 Words

... Q4 wins and earnings numbers reflect the strength of Oracle's resurgence as a cloud company. At its earnings call earlier this week, CEO Mark Hurd mentioned some big names -- including Johnson & Johnson , the Cleveland Clinic, Baylor University and...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle's Strategery
04/10/17 2:24 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 816 Words

... Oracle's cloud strategy roll out has been interesting, to say the least, and it's given me renewed respect for its approach to the market. As a company that has been public for a long stretch of time, Oracle has displayed all...

Richard Adhikari
Oracle Calls Out Amazon, Salesforce
02/03/14 9:05 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 572 Words

... CEO Larry Ellison said last week that his main rivals were the new generation of cloud companies, and that IBM and SAP were no longer in his gun sights. Oracle is focusing on cloud infrastructure companies such as Amazon and SaaS providers...

Erika Morphy
Oracle Revs Its Cloud Engines for a Better Customer Experience
09/26/13 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 616 Words

... Oracle has upgraded its Customer Experience cloud-based application with enhancements throughout the platform, including the sales, marketing and service modules, the company announced on Wednesday at its Oracle OpenWorld event. From a 30,000-foot view, the Oracle CX improvements can be summed up...

Peter Suciu
Oracle's Q3 Malaise Could Be Contagious
03/21/13 12:48 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 576 Words

In this case, it's the dismal Q3 earnings report Oracle released on Wednesday. Oracle did actually make money. The company reported third quarter earnings of US$2.5 billion, or 52 cents a share, on revenue of $8.96. However, that was down 1 percent from...

Rachelle Dragani
Software Drives Oracle's Strong Q2
12/19/12 1:57 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 625 Words

... Oracle released a quarterly earnings report that exceeded Wall Street expectations, thanks largely to a significant jump in software and cloud subscription revenue. The company announced a profit of US$2.6 billion, or 53 cents per share, for the quarter. This compares with...

Katherine Noyes
Oracle's Patent 'Disaster': Beginning of a Bright New Era?
05/29/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 863 Words

... been an eventful year already here in the Linux blogosphere, but it seems fair to say few events have drawn as much attention as the Oracle v. Google trial. Bloggers have been discussing it for weeks already, of course, but developments last...

Erika Morphy
Oracle, Google Take Swings in Round 2
05/10/12 9:04 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 797 Words

... Oracle v. Google copyright infringement and patent violation trial is continuing with the second phase, despite key unresolved issues from the copyright portion of the case. Following the jury's partial verdict earlier this week, Google is seeking a new trial on the...

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