A Look at the Oracle and Sun Microsystems Merger


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A Look at the Oracle and Sun Microsystems Merger
As regards the merger of Oracle and Sun Microsystems, the focus of this research paper is the question, “Do you think a merger between Oracle and SUN would add value to the shareholders of both corporations?” The majority of sources for such information on the internet state that shareholders would probably be benefited by such a merger; among them is Matthew Scott of Bloggingstocks.com, who states “For Oracle shareholders, the acquisition of Sun gives Oracle key resources for long-term growth,” including “the coveted JAVA programming language, Solaris operating systems, SPARC processors and MySQL database, all of which will strengthen its portfolio of middleware and business applications...
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