Oracle made its second largest acquisition to date this past week. It acquired cloud-based software provider, partner and customer NetSuite in a transaction valued at approximately $9.3 billion, or $109 per share in cash, Redwood City, Calif.-based Oracle announced.
Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite lands it a spot among the largest tech deals of all-time, where it joins Oracle's 2005 acquisition of PeopleSoft for $10.3 billion. That acquisition included an attempt from the US Government to block the merger based on antitrust issues. Read more.
What else got us talking this week:
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- The Digital Workplace Should Shape Up or Ship Out
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- Start Digital Workplace Change Management on Day 1
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Featured Events (all events | post your event)
- Aug. 9 — UX Week San Francisco 2016
- Aug. 15 — SharePoint Fest Seattle 2016
- Aug. 24 — [Earley Executive Roundtable] The Paradox of Product Standards & Brand Differentiation: Can You Have Both?
- Aug. 25 — CMSWire Tweet Jam: Building Your MarTech Stack #DXchat
- Nov. 14 — CMSWire's DX Summit 2016 in Chicago