Q&A Analyst Donald Feinberg sees a "political agenda" behind the European Commission's decision to investigate Oracle's planned takeover of Sun
Potential antitrust concerns from the European Commission may delay approval of the Sun-Oracle merger beyond its initial deadline of Thursday, says Reuters report.
Two allies have different views over whether Oracle supports Sun's NetBeans programming software.
Scott McNealy and Larry Ellison may have been on speaking terms yesterday, but their "guy thing" is over.
The companies on Monday are expected to unveil a joint effort to promote the use of stripped-down blade servers as a way to lower computing costs.
Despite backing a rival proposal, Sun and Oracle plan to attend a meeting to discuss standardization of the Web services Business Process Execution Language.
Growing concern about the commercial prospect for network computers is causing shares of Sun and Oracle to sink on Wall Street.