At Oracle's headquarters in Redwood Shores, Calif., Ellison presents the company's software support and development plans for PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and Oracle customers in the wake of the merger.
Following his keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco,\r\ncompany CEO Larry Ellison answers questions about what's next in his\r\nPeopleSoft buyout efforts--and if he has interest in purchasing San\r\nFrancisco's football team.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says at OracleWorld in San Francisco that he is confident he can gain government support for acquiring PeopleSoft as early as next month.
Dave Duffield's on-demand enterprise applications company Workday debuts financials beta.
As Microsoft's takeover attempt of Yahoo lurches toward an alleged deadline, some writers pine for a far more flamboyant fight from five years ago.
Fixes are coming today for "hundreds" of Oracle products, following a series of high-profile corporate hacks pegged to a zero-day vulnerability in Java.
The company's top executive for its middleware efforts gives people at Oracle OpenWorld a peek at its Fusion 11g beta.
The database giant has fixed 78 different holes across most of its major product line.