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Collaboration Suite unveiled  Ellison took shots at, and paid rare compliments to, long-time rival Microsoft Corp. and its leader Bill Gates Oracle to Put Pricing Policies on Web  Software maker will make its global pricing policies public, in a move could benefit both the company and its customers Quarterly profit plunges 33%
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$95M software contract controversy  A top state official quit after contract awarded to Oracle without competitive bids and for software that is little used Market share down  IBM ended 2001 with a 34.6% share of the $8.8 billion database market, toppling Oracle from its longtime leadership position Oracle Strikes Back at Lawmaker  Oracle CFO Jeff Henley alleged Assemblyman D. Florez was attempting to foil the software maker's efforts to defend itself Report About More Job Cuts Denied  Software maker dismissed as untrue an analyst report that said it will lay off as many as 600 more workers Profit beat analysts' expectations
Profits will fall below expectations  Oracle warned that its profit and sales during its latest quarter were weaker than anticipated   Oracle executive's jet moved to Stockton  Larry Ellison has moved out his private jet, after fighting 4 years for the right to fly and land as he pleases in San Jose 13% drop in profit, 30% decline in sales  Another disappointing quarter is amplifying concerns that Oracle might not regain its footing as quickly as the rest of the industry $1 Billion 'Hosting' Business  Oracle tried to breathe new life into its strategy of renting software to customers over the Web   Ellison wins 'Big Brother Award'

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  CEO has been named 'worst corprate invader' for his proposal to boost national security with a national identity card system

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  Technology bellwether shrugged off a sharp drop in its business software sales with dramatic expense cuts

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  Net income was $342.7 million, or 6 cents per share, a 33% drop from $510.6 million, or 9 cents per share
Sep.18 Shares slump on profit plunge  Shares slid nearly 10 percent in early trading Sep.20   Larry Ellison resigns from Apple board
  Chief executive of Oracle would continue to offer advice to Apple management. The board is reduced to 5 members

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Dec.16 Analysts See Good Results, But Cautious
  Database software giant will easily meet, or slightly beat its own cautious forecast Dec.18 Performance better than expected
  Oracle Corp. may be nearing end of 2-year sales slump. Company earned $534.9 million, or 10 cents per share

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