Mr. Know-IT-All's 2006 year-end Oracle challenge: Answer 4

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"Everything is worth what its purchaser will pay for it."

- Publilius Syrus




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B, 80%

Much to the dismay of its chief competitor, SAP AG, Oracle in September reported that total software revenues were up 29% to $2.7 billion, with database and middleware license revenues up 15% and new applications license revenues up a whopping 80%. Experts said the results pointed to an acquisition strategy that was beginning to pay off, although many wondered if the new numbers were sustainable.

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