At a customer conference at which the O word is being avoided, PeopleSoft tries to woo customers to upgrade and stay, takeover threat or no.
Under threat of hostile takeover, PeopleSoft offers freebies to customers that migrate to latest software release. September 23, 2004 reporter's notebook
With software tycoon Larry Ellison poised to dismantle his rival, why are PeopleSoft customers so relaxed? September 22, 2004
Craig Conway sounds upbeat note, says PeopleSoft will overcome, at company's annual user conference. September 21, 2004
The business applications maker will integrate its technology more closely with infrastructure software from Big Blue. September 21, 2004
With an Oracle buyout looking more likely, software-maintenance start-up TomorrowNow's phone is ringing off the hook. September 20, 2004 In a move to retain employees, PeopleSoft increases to 12 weeks of pay the size of the minimum severance package for employees.
September 20, 2004 After Oracle's court victory, customers will look for reassurance at what could be PeopleSoft's last annual user conference.
September 20, 2004
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Four weeks of testimony give way to the judge's deliberations, with the verdict handing a major victory to Oracle. September 20, 2004