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SAP Second-Quarter Profit Gains 13% on Software Demand
Growth in information-technology spending in Europe, the Middle East and Africa was �minimal� because of the debt crisis, with governments also canceling or renegotiating contracts, SAP said in its second-quarter report today. By contrast, the Walldorf ...
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SAP Chiefs Say Current Spending Levels Could Affect Bonuses
In April, SAP said it would spend almost $500 million to entice clients to adopt its in-memory Hana database- management software, develop new applications based on the technology and challenge Oracle Corp.
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SAP Overtakes Siemens as Germany's Most Valuable Company
Founded 40 years ago, SAP has added 25 percent this year, making the Walldorf-based company the second-best performer on Germany's benchmark DAX Index.
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SAP Appoints Harry Thomsen as German Head, Euro am Sonntag Says
SAP AG (SAP) appointed Harry Thomsen as its new German head, Euro am Sonntag reported today, citing an unidentified SAP spokesperson. To contact the reporter on this story: Niklas Magnusson in Hamburg at nmagnusson1@bloomberg.net. To contact ...
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SAP Appoints P&G Nordic CEO Deplazes Delgado as Personnel Chief
SAP, which had about 59,000 employees at the end of the first quarter, has lacked a full-time personnel chief since Angelika Dammann stepped down a year ago.
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Oracle scales back plans for Java 8
Because development of the Java platform is a community-based process, any decision to drop Project Jigsaw from Java 8 will have to be approved by the Java SE 8 Expert Group. Given Reinhold's stature in the community, however - not to mention Oracle's ...
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SEC Staff Offers 127 Pages of Reasons Not to Adopt IFRS
The Securities and Exchange Commission's staff on Friday afternoon released its long-awaited work plan on a method for possibly incorporating international accounting standards into the U.S.
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FASB Dumps Loss Contingency Disclosure Project
The Financial Accounting Standards Board on Monday voted to drop a controversial project that would have required companies to disclose more about non-financial loss contingencies, such as potential losses from a lawsuit.
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You're The Average Of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With
This relates to the law of averages, which is the theory that the result of any given situation will be the average of all outcomes.
IBM Sets New Bond Yield Record
IBM keeps pushing the envelope for corporate interest rates, setting another record low for corporate yields with a $1 billion, 10-year bond that priced well below the previous record set by 3M only a month ago.
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