About the sponsor: Hyperion Solutions Corporation

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About the sponsor: Hyperion Solutions Corporation

Postby scibudadmin » Wed Mar 15, 2006 10:58 am

Hyperion Solutions Corporation of Santa Clara, California, makes computer software.
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Postby Jim Lewandowski » Mon Mar 27, 2006 1:43 pm

So are Hyperion Employees exclusively taking care of this forum?
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Postby Courtney » Tue Mar 28, 2006 9:51 pm

Scientists and engineers from a variety of organizations (and even a few students) generously volunteer their time to answer questions in all of the Ask an Expert forums. Although several Hyperion Solutions employees are or have been involved as Science Buddies volunteers in various programs, nobody from Hyperion is currently volunteering on this forum. Hyperion Solutions provided a charitable grant to Science Buddies, specifically in support of the Ask an Expert forum for Math and Computer Science.

Science Buddies is deeply grateful to our many volunteers without whose efforts Ask an Expert would not be possible. We also appreciate our sponsors who underwrite the program expenses we incur to operate the website and all its programs.

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Re: Hyperion acquisition

Postby davidkallman » Thu Mar 08, 2007 4:05 pm

As I'm sure people have heard now (it's about a week old), Hyperion agreed to be purchased by Oracle for $3.3 billion. (The "agreed" language is used for acquisitions of all kinds friendly or hostile.)

It's probably way too early to know if the acquisition will have any impact on Science Buddies. I'm sure we're hearing that there will be no impact.

Yes?
Cheers!

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