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Oracle Hits A Sour Note

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Oracle Corp. posted a profit for its most recent quarter but with the economic outlook even more uncertain after last week's terrorist attacks in the United States, officials of the huge database and enterprise software developer are not painting a partic

eFiles: September 3, 2001

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Corporations may be cutting back on travel budgets, but that hasn't stopped American Express Co. from investing in technology for travel customers.

Fast Facts Section B: September 3, 2001

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Oracle and research firm Gartner are trading barbs across the Net after the software giant took exception to a critical report on the Oracle 11i enterprise application platform

Oracle Takes Low-Rent Tack for Database

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When I last wrote about Oracle, I was a bit confused about why the company's code name for Oracle9i was the "last database."

Database Options Expand

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Embarcadero unveils Sybase edition of SQL Debugger; Great Plains bundle to support Postgre SQL.

Oracles New Edge

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Oracle9i hones Swiss Army Knife database strategy.

Imitation, Innovation in Database Industry

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Given its critical nature to large organizations, the database market is appropriately slow to change.

Oracle Widens Web Reach

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9i JDeveloper goes to beta, extends company's wares in Java development technology, services

Stepping Out in a Web Venue

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After nearly two years, some decent efforts are finally emerging in the Web database space.

Duo Moves to Mobilize Applications

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According to Oracle Corp. and Sybase Inc., a corporate application is only as good as a mobile employee's ability to access it.

Smaller Innovators Fill Database Niches

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Clustra, TimesTen tackling high-availability, high-speed requirements

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