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ebusiness or Out of Business: Oracle’s Roadmap for Profiting in the New Economy

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Carnival of Souls (1962) [Remastered Edition]

Carnival of Souls (1962) [Remastered Edition] After a traumatic accident, a woman becomes drawn to a mysterious abandoned carnival.An ultra-cheap B-horror movie, filmed in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1962, with a really creepy Twilight Zone-style premise and some great shoestring atmosphere. Wandering into a small town after an auto accident, to begin her new job as […]

Can Huffington Reinvent AOL as She Did Herself?

Larry Ellison Can Huffington Reinvent AOL as She Did Herself? AOL Can only Hope that Arianna Proves to Be as Adept as Engineering Corporate Transformations as She Is Personal Ones Read more on CBS News

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Oracle CEO Predicts Prolonged US Economic Recession

Complete video at: fora.tv Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says he does not foresee a substantial recovery in the US economy for at least five years. “The problem is the American consumer is so deeply in debt,” he says. “We’re not going to have rapid recovery from this.” —– Larry Ellison is one of the most […]

Fujitsu and Oracle Strengthen Decades-Long Relationship

Fujitsu and Oracle Strengthen Decades-Long Relationship TOKYO and REDWOOD SHORES, CA–(Marketwire – 02/08/11) – Fujitsu and Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL – News ) today announced that they are strengthening a multi-decade partnership with the extension of their SPARC development relationship, an expansive, new product distribution agreement and a commitment to further joint engineering, marketing and sales […]

34th America’s Cup Race: A-Cup: Remaking the Waterfront

34th America’s Cup Race: A-Cup: Remaking the Waterfront Click on the Image to Enlarge Photo Credit: Rick Laubscher, via SPUR As expected, SPUR weighed in late last week with suggestions for infrastructure improvements to complement the America’s Cup Race in 2012. And with an admittedly tight timeline…. Read more on Curbed SF

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