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Tuesday February 07, 2012

Oracle Rejects $272M SAP Award, Wants New Trial

After having its $1.3B jury award cut down to $272M, Oracle has decided it wants a new trial in its case against SAP.

Database software maker Oracle is rejecting a court-ordered award for $272 million from German rival SAP, saying it would rather have another trial over SAP's theft of software and customer-support documents. A jury awarded Oracle Corp. $1.3 billion in the case in November 2010, but a federal judge cut that amount last September. Oracle said then that it would seek a new trial.