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Ex-Sun boss McNealy sides with Oracle in Google dispute

IDG News Service staff | April 27, 2012
Former Sun boss Scott McNealy sided with Oracle on Thursday in its dispute with Google over Android, testifying in court that companies needed a license to use Sun's Java programming interfaces.

The story "Ex-Sun boss McNealy sides with Oracle in Google dispute" that ran on the wire Thursday gave the incorrect year for when McNealy handed the CEO title to Jonathan Schwartz.

The fourth paragraph has been corrected on the wire and now reads as follows:

McNealy co-founded Sun in 1982 and was its chairman and CEO until 2006, when he handed the CEO title to Schwartz. He remained chairman until Oracle bought Sun.

 

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