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During a stay in Hong Kong -- his first in Oracle Corp.'s 18-year history -- CEO Larry Ellison took time out to talk with Computerworld Hong Kong Editor Don Tennant about corporate relationships and spending sprees. In Part II of this interview, next week, Ellison will talk about objects, Oracle8, and what comes in between.
Q: Let's start off with a scenario: Oracle acquires Lotus Development Corp., sells off the Lotus PC applications business, and takes over the Notes empire. How intrigued are you by that scenario?
A: It's a very interesting scenario. I guess we sell the PC business to Novell, right? Lotus Notes would be a wonderful complementary product to our …