November 8, 2010 -- Oracle CEO Larry Ellison testified in a California courtroom that he would have charged rival SAP $4 billion for copyrighted software that was improperly downloaded by a former SAP subsidiary in 2005.
Today's testimony is part of a court challenge brought by Oracle against SAP for illegal use of the software. TomorrowNow, a service provider that offered upgrades and maintenance services to Oracle customers, was acquired by Oracle in 2005.
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