Violin Memory Fires CEO Basile as IPO and Quarterly Results Disappoint

Shares have fallen 70 percent since a September IPO.

As NetSuite Beats Expectations on Earnings, Fireworks Erupt With SAP

“A tale of two companies,” CEO Zach Nelson says.


SAP Profit Jumps but License Business Struggles

SAP AG, the world’s biggest business software maker, Monday reported a jump in third-quarter profit, but currency swings caused a slowdown in revenue growth and its core business in software licenses continued to slide as customers migrated to Web-based products.

SAP Cutting Back on Development of Business ByDesign

Good news for NetSuite.

Will It Be Buyout or Breakup for BlackBerry?

BlackBerry’s not having much luck flushing out rival bidders.

BlackBerry’s Busy Weekend of Shareholder Lawsuits and Buyout Chatter

Add some logs to the long-simmering fire.

SAP Ventures Raises $1.1 Billion in Two New VC Funds

A two-prong strategy to cover early-stage and later-stage investments.

Oracle’s Mark Hurd Announces New HR Software, Swipes at the Competition

He also talks about the IT spending environment.

Oracle OpenWorld Starts With Faster Databases and New Hardware

Tasks that once took hours now take seconds, says CEO Larry Ellison.

After Q2 Results, Everyone Likes Salesforce Again

Next stop: $10 billion in sales.