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BEA's hold-out on price likely to lead to a lower offer

BEA's brinkmanship is likely to cost its shareholders dearly.

By October 30, 2007


Icahn buzzes closer and closer to BEA's hive

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn increases his stake in the business software maker to just over 11 percent, as he applies more pressure on the company to sell itself.

By October 3, 2007


Icahn applies Oracle-BEA playbook to Yahoo-Microsoft bid

He takes a page out of his matchmaker's playbook to try to strike a Microhoo deal. Does he still have the resolve to wage a proxy fight to oust all of Yahoo's board?

By July 13, 2008


BEA's "Switzerland" play

By June 9, 2005


Oracle sticks a fork in BEA AquaLogic

Oracle is taking down the AquaLogic shingle despite all of BEA's branding efforts.

By June 5, 2008


Oracle closes BEA Systems merger

Enterprise software giant wraps up $6.7 billion acquisition of BEA, ending contentious effort to acquire former rival.

By April 29, 2008


Oracle-BEA merger gets regulatory approval

Oracle announces antitrust regulators have given its BEA Systems merger the green light, paving the way for shareholders to vote on the deal in April.

By February 27, 2008


SEC filing details Icahn's matchmaking role in Oracle-BEA deal

In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, BEA Systems details the role Carl Icahn, its largest shareholder, played in orchestrating its sale to Oracle.

By February 8, 2008