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SAP earnings dinged by TomorrowNow trial

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.

By January 26, 2011


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


Oracle wants more than the $306 million promised in SAP lawsuit

The company is appealing a court decision that allowed SAP to agree to pay millions -- not more than a billion -- in damages in a copyright infringement case.

By September 4, 2012


Oracle pays $2 million SEC fine to settle India corruption case

The SEC said that employees of Oracle's India unit structured transactions with the government to allow distributors to hold $2.2 million in "unauthorized side funds."

By August 16, 2012


Oracle gives opening statement in Google case with 91 slides

Arguing that "Android is not a clean room implementation," Oracle says Google copied Java code.

By April 17, 2012


Oracle's $1.3B award against SAP nixed as excessive

In a surprising twist, a judge has reversed a major ruling in favor of Oracle against SAP in the TomorrowNow corporate theft trial.

By September 2, 2011


Ellison, Page have to attend lawsuit settlement talks

Judge says CEOs of Oracle and Google must show up at a September 19 meeting to try to settle the ongoing patent infringement suit between the companies.

By September 12, 2011


Oracle amends SAP TomorrowNow suit

Oracle broadens allegations against rival SAP and third-party outsourcing maintenance and support company TomorrowNow.

By July 28, 2008


Oracle to SAP: You owe us another $212 million

Company demands SAP pay it interest on top of the $1.3 billion in damages it was awarded in the TomorrowNow lawsuit.

By December 11, 2010


SAP owes Oracle $1.3 billion

Jury says SAP owes Oracle $1.3 billion for the theft of Oracle's intellectual property by its now shuttered TomorrowNow division.

By November 23, 2010