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Oracle will close the $10.3 billion acquisition today.
Symantec's 26% slide after its merger rumors bears little resemblance to Oracle's lift when it got the green light.
PeopleSoft's co-presidents leave the company.
Higher oil prices and investor caution after the latest market advance rule the day.
It says 75% of the software company's shares are tendered to it.
David Duffield's resignation may portend leadership issues for the soon-to-be combined company.
BEA Systems and Mercury Interactive could benefit from the the software mega-merger.
Investors continue to fret about what the deal means for future growth.
Amid a slew of upgrades, Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Charlie Di Bona takes a contrarian view.
The price tag could top $13 billion and the deal could happen later this week.
Coming to terms was tough, but integrating the rival software firms is going to be even tougher.
Major averages rally amid a weaker dollar, higher crude and PeopleSoft's change of heart.
Autobytel is hammered after withdrawing guidance.
Oracle reaches a definitive pact to acquire its rival for $26.50 a share.
Oracle's takeover triumph boosts sentiment as the S&P 500 touches a new 40-month high.
But history suggests that 2005 could be a lean year.
Ellison's firm moves up earnings while PeopleSoft sets the date for its shareholder meeting.
The Oracle software titan offers views on myriad topics but says little new about the potential merger.
Stocks, the dollar and Treasuries rally in tandem while the yellow metal is trounced.
A pickup in license revenue and a weak dollar should help the company meet its targets.
Volume is light in a short session.
PeopleSoft maintains the $24-a-share bid is inadequate.
More testimony is needed on the rejection of Oracle's latest offer, a Delaware judge rules.
Doh! nuts!; the artlessness of the deal; PeopleSoft soak; Sharper Image's dull excuse; a vision in grilled cheesiness.
Investors erase early losses, but trading is somewhat light at the start of a holiday-shortened week.
It awaits a higher price after shareholders choose Oracle.
The software maker awaits a higher bid after shareholders choose Oracle.
Regardless of the final shareholder vote, most agree that the battle isn't over.
The stock jumps as the network security outfit sees its second straight profitable quarter.
The company's two-largest holders choose different actions on Oracle's buyout offer.
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