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jdray's Journal: Oracle's Second Bid for BEA Succeeds

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On the heels of news that Sun has acquired MySQL, it seems that Oracle has succeeded in its efforts to slurp up middleware maker BEA for US$8.5 billion, or $19.375 per share. What this means for rival IBM and its WebSphere product is unclear, as is the impact that this merger will have on the future of enterprise computing. Oracle has been on a march in recent years to acquire more and more components to build up its already-formidable software stack.
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Oracle's Second Bid for BEA Succeeds

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