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Oracle completes PeopleSoft acquisition  Oracle closed the deal after announcing that that 97% of PeopleSoft's stockholders had accepted a $26.50 offer   Oracle Buys PeopleSoft for $10.3 Billion
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  Former PeopleSoft workers get a boost  PeopleSoft founder Dave Duffield is giving grants of up to $10,000 to ex-workers who were laid off by Oracle   Oracle to fire 5,000
Software firm Veeva Systems rakes in $261 million in IPO  Cloud software company would sell more than 13 million shares for $20 apiece, after initially seeking an IPO share price of $12 to $14 Safeway files IPO for gift card subsidiary  Safeway-owned Blackhawk Network Holdings, a provider of gift cards for restaurants and retail outlets, filed for an initial public offering Workday surges in post-IPO trading debut


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Oct.12
  A maker of Web-based human-resources programs, jumped as much as 78% in its trading debut after raising $637 million in its initial public offering


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Apr.2
Jan.14
  The job cuts outlined represent a 9% reduction from the 55,000 employees on the 2 companies' combined payrolls

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Dec.13
  PeopleSoft agreed to a sweetened buyout by rival software maker, relenting after a 18-month takeover saga
 PeopleSoft's board has approved an improved bid, worth $26.50 a share, after 5 previous offers, ranging in value from $7.7bn to $9.4bn. Oracle was winning the support of 60% PeopleSoft shareholders. Larry Ellison was initially making a $5.1bn offer in June 2003. The merged companies are second only in size to SAP in the enterprise software market
Nov.19 PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid  The shareholders are tendering more than 60% of the company's stock in support of the $9.2 billion bid Nov.18   Oracle, PeopleSoft escalate war of words  Oracle Chairman Henley depicted PeopleSoft's board as an untrustworthy group Nov.16 2 major PeopleSoft shareholders differ  2 shareholders who own 20% of stock are prepared to line up on opposite sides of the Oracle bid battle lines Nov.1 Oracle boosts bid for PeopleSoft  Oracle Corp. sweetened its hostile bid for rival business software maker by 14% to $24 per share Oct.1 PeopleSoft fires CEO Craig Conway
  David Duffield appointed as CEO; Kevin Parker and Phil Wilmington as co-presidents. Sales of new licenses exceeded $150 million
May.26 PeopleSoft spurns Oracle bid for 4th time  Business software maker announced a settlement of shareholder suits that objected to an unusual sales program May.14 Oracle shaves 18% off PeopleSoft bid  Business software maker reduced its hostile takeover bid for a rival to $7.7

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Jun.6 Oracle offers $5.1 billion for PeopleSoft
  Software maker is in a hostile takeover attempt aimed at eliminating one of its competitors for $16 per share


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Oct.15 Commerce One to cut 1,300 jobs
  700 will be laid off and 600 will be jettisoned by spinning off operations unrelated to business-to-business




IPO Main Event: Oracle Buys PeopleSoft for $...
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1. 2013-10-15 Software firm Veeva Systems rakes in $261 million in IPO Pleasanton
2. 2013-03-18 Safeway files IPO for gift card subsidiary Pleasanton
3. 2012-10-12 Workday surges in post-IPO trading debut Pleasanton
E. 2005-04-02 Former PeopleSoft workers get a boost Pleasanton
F. 2005-01-14 Oracle to fire 5,000 Pleasanton
G. 2005-01-07 Oracle completes PeopleSoft acquisition Oracle
2004-12-13 Oracle Buys PeopleSoft for $10.3 Billion Oracle
I. 2004-11-19 PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid Pleasanton
J. 2004-11-18 Oracle, PeopleSoft escalate war of words Oracle


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  Former PeopleSoft workers get a boost  PeopleSoft founder Dave Duffield is giving grants of up to $10,000 to ex-workers who were laid off by Oracle Oracle completes PeopleSoft acquisition  Oracle closed the deal after announcing that that 97% of PeopleSoft's stockholders had accepted a $26.50 offer   Oracle Buys PeopleSoft for $10.3 Billion




Pleasanton, Software Merger and Acquisition Timeline ... See Bay Area Merger and Acquisition timeline, World Merger and Acquisition timeline Top ^
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2004
Dec.13
  PeopleSoft agreed to a sweetened buyout by rival software maker, relenting after a 18-month takeover saga
 PeopleSoft's board has approved an improved bid, worth $26.50 a share, after 5 previous offers, ranging in value from $7.7bn to $9.4bn. Oracle was winning the support of 60% PeopleSoft shareholders. Larry Ellison was initially making a $5.1bn offer in June 2003. The merged companies are second only in size to SAP in the enterprise software market
Nov.19 PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid  The shareholders are tendering more than 60% of the company's stock in support of the $9.2 billion bid Nov.18   Oracle, PeopleSoft escalate war of words  Oracle Chairman Henley depicted PeopleSoft's board as an untrustworthy group Nov.16 2 major PeopleSoft shareholders differ  2 shareholders who own 20% of stock are prepared to line up on opposite sides of the Oracle bid battle lines Nov.1 Oracle boosts bid for PeopleSoft  Oracle Corp. sweetened its hostile bid for rival business software maker by 14% to $24 per share May.26 PeopleSoft spurns Oracle bid for 4th time  Business software maker announced a settlement of shareholder suits that objected to an unusual sales program May.14 Oracle shaves 18% off PeopleSoft bid  Business software maker reduced its hostile takeover bid for a rival to $7.7 2003 Jun.6 Oracle offers $5.1 billion for PeopleSoft
  Software maker is in a hostile takeover attempt aimed at eliminating one of its competitors for $16 per share




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2004 Oct.1 PeopleSoft fires CEO Craig Conway
  David Duffield appointed as CEO; Kevin Parker and Phil Wilmington as co-presidents. Sales of new licenses exceeded $150 million




Pleasanton, Software Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.14   Oracle to fire 5,000
  The job cuts outlined represent a 9% reduction from the 55,000 employees on the 2 companies' combined payrolls
2001 Oct.15 Commerce One to cut 1,300 jobs  700 will be laid off and 600 will be jettisoned by spinning off operations unrelated to business-to-business



Pleasanton, Software IPO Timeline ... See Bay Area IPO timeline, World IPO timeline Top ^
2013 Oct.15 Software firm Veeva Systems rakes in $261 million in IPO  Cloud software company would sell more than 13 million shares for $20 apiece, after initially seeking an IPO share price of $12 to $14 Mar.18 Safeway files IPO for gift card subsidiary  Safeway-owned Blackhawk Network Holdings, a provider of gift cards for restaurants and retail outlets, filed for an initial public offering 2012 Oct.12 Workday surges in post-IPO trading debut
  A maker of Web-based human-resources programs, jumped as much as 78% in its trading debut after raising $637 million in its initial public offering