Mars wanted to sue Oracle in licensing dispute

Sooraj Shah
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Mars wanted to sue Oracle in licensing dispute

Mars court filings show the extent to which Oracle would go to get more money out of one of its biggest customers

Mars, the US confectionery company that made revenues of $33bn in 2014, filed a court action against Oracle in October last year, which showed just how far the software vendor would go to ensure it...

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