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In 2011, the executives of Savi Technology faced a classic business problem. To cut costs, they needed to close one of their three offices and consolidate their workers in another. Their choices were Mountain View, Calif., home to their hardware engineers; Lexington, Ky., where officials were dangling a wide array of tax breaks if Savi expanded there; and Alexandria, in an office park a stone's throw from the Capital Beltway.
Skipper Jimmy Spithill and Oracle Team USA have won the America's Cup with one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
The America's Cup sailor who perished in the San Francisco Bay after his team's space-age yacht capsized during a training run was an Olympic gold medalist from the United Kingdom.
Stocks fell on Wall Street on Thursday as Oracle's weak sales results weighed down big U.S. technology companies. Traders also worried about Cyprus running out of time to avoid bankruptcy.
Oracle says it has released a fix for the flaw in its Java software that raised an alarm from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security last week.
The European Union's highest court ruled Tuesday that software makers cannot keep people who download programs from selling their licenses for those programs to others _ as long as they disable their own copies.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison wanted to compete against Google's Android software in the smartphone market before deciding instead to sue his potential rival for copyright and patent infringement.
Oracle is paying $1.9 billion for Taleo Corp., a company that helps businesses manage their employees.
Stronger spending on business software helped Oracle's quarterly profit jump 36 percent, but the company's server business continued to deteriorate, which Oracle says is happening because it is shedding lower-margin deals.