Legal battle with Oracle takes a financial toll, but otherwise results are solid in the fourth quarter, with revenue up 35 percent from a year ago.
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.
Third-party support and maintenance company's future raises questions of whether a sale, or phaseout of the SAP subsidiary, is in store.
SAP announces it may sell embattled third-party support and maintenance company TomorrowNow; subsidiary's founder and several executives have resigned effective immediately.
Oracle broadens allegations against rival SAP and third-party outsourcing maintenance and support company TomorrowNow.
Prospective buyers of third-party enterprise applications software maintenance and support company TomorrowNow need to move fast if they want a piece of the action.
In a move to speed up trial that starts Monday, SAP says it it won't contest allegations that it contributed to copyright infringement via now defunct unit TomorrowNow.
Leo Apotheker may be called on to testify in a court case between his former employer SAP and Oracle, which has set off a war of words in The New York Times.
Company demands SAP pay it interest on top of the $1.3 billion in damages it was awarded in the TomorrowNow lawsuit.
SAP said it plans to formally respond by midnight (PST) Monday to Oracle's lawsuit, which claims SAP's wholly owned subsidiary TomorrowNow accessed Oracle's proprietary support and maintenance information beyond contractually allowed levels.