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Oracle preps 128 security patches; Java gets 42

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.

By April 16, 2013

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The paradox of Microsoft's Skype acquisition integration

A brief survey of acquisitions indicates that integration appears to be the way to go. What does that mean about the line Microsoft is walking with the Skype acquisition?

By May 29, 2012

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Oracle squashes 78 software bugs in latest patch

The database giant has fixed 78 different holes across most of its major product line.

By January 18, 2012

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CRM rivals invest in social and cloud

The big guns of customer relationship management--Oracle and Salesforce.com--continue to vie for dominance through acquisitions.

By October 31, 2011

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What DOJ's decision means for AT&T-T-Mobile merger (FAQ)

The Department of Justice has filed suit against the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger, but that doesn't mean that the deal is dead. CNET explains why.

By August 31, 2011

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Five reasons Oracle/PeopleSoft was more fun than Microhoo

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.

By April 25, 2008

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Ellison pressed to quantify TomorrowNow concerns

Oracle CEO faces court's questions over how many customers the company lost due to SAP subsidiary TomorrowNow's support for PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards software.

By November 8, 2010

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Oracle officially launches its Fusion apps

Software suite is designed as an upgrade path for the customers that Oracle picked up when it acquired PeopleSoft, Siebel, and J.D. Edwards.

By September 20, 2010

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HP names former SAP exec as new CEO

Léo Apotheker will take over the top spot at Hewlett-Packard beginning November 1, the company announced today.

By September 30, 2010

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Oracle hires former HP CEO Hurd as president

Mark Hurd, who resigned suddenly from Hewlett-Packard last month amid an ethics controversy, will now be reporting directly to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.

By September 6, 2010