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Oracle's plan for PeopleSoft

CEO Ellison touts "Project Fusion" in Oracle's effort to absorb PeopleSoft products. Meanwhile, SAP lives for TomorrowNow.

Ellison touts "Project Fusion" in Oracle's effort to combine products from PeopleSoft with its own applications. Meanwhile, rival SAP offers "safe passage."
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Larry Ellison lays out his plans for the combined Oracle-PeopleSoft

'Project Fusion' to dominate Ellison's calendar

With the buyout of PeopleSoft complete, Oracle's CEO says he's now free to focus on combining Oracle and PeopleSoft products.
January 18, 2005

SAP buys PeopleSoft support firm

update German software giant says the move gives clients "safe passage away from the uncertainties" of the Oracle-PeopleSoft deal.
January 19, 2005

In wake of takeover, Oracle unveils product plans

The database giant reveals its plans for a new product line, support of PeopleSoft products and other details.
January 18, 2005

previous coverage

Oracle to cut 5,000 jobs in PeopleSoft merger

Firm drops the ax in effort to squeeze costs out of its $10.3 billion PeopleSoft buyout. Combined firm will employ 50,000.
January 14, 2005

Oracle takeover: It's a wrap

Oracle closes its PeopleSoft acquisition after receiving more than 97 percent of PeopleSoft shares in its tender offer.
January 7, 2005