Oracle Drops A Bomb In It's Fight With HP: Lots Of Damaging E-mails (ORCL, HPQ)

Oracle Drops A Bomb In It's Fight With HP: Lots Of Damaging E-mails (ORCL, HPQ)

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Oracle took its fight with HP public today. It released a bunch of damaging e-mails from HP executives. It wants to convince customers that HP lied to them. The crux of the issue is Intel's Itanium chip. HP uses Itanium in its expensive servers. No other server manufacturer uses it....
Oracle Drops A Bomb In It's Fight With HP: Lots Of Damaging E-mails (ORCL, HPQ)
                                       

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