Oracle Tests Its Vision With The Toronto Stock Market

Oracle Corp. became the No. 3 independent software company by aggressively selling data-base-management programs that ran on some 80 different brands of computer systems, ranging from PCs to mainframes. But lately Oracle has been vulnerable because rivals such as Sybase Inc. had better software for keeping track of information changes across huge networks. Now, the Redwood Shores (Calif.) company claims to have fixed that shortcoming.

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