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2010-12-08 07:50:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- DREAMFORCE 2010 -- Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), the enterprise cloud computing company, today introduced five new enterprise cloud platform services, including Appforce, Siteforce, VMforce, ISVforce and Heroku, for building Cloud 2 apps. Force.com 2 eliminates hardware and software complexity and give business, IT and ISVs the means to accelerate every application development project on their backlog. (Logo:...

2010-02-26 16:03:00

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2009-11-19 07:00:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Salesforce.com Dreamforce Conference - Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), the enterprise cloud computing company, today announced that CIOs and IT departments at organizations worldwide have built and deployed more than 135,000 custom applications on the Force.com enterprise cloud computing platform, an indication of its widespread adoption and acceptance for running business applications. Companies of all sizes, including 20/20 Companies, Japan...

2005-10-14 02:16:56

By Linda Sieg TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan enacted laws on Friday to privatize the postal system, including the world's biggest savings bank, a reform that Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has long advocated as a vital step to streamline the economy. Parliament's upper house, whose rejection of the bills in August triggered a general election that the ruling camp won by a landslide, approved the legislation by a vote of 134 to 100 following adoption by the more powerful lower chamber on...

2005-09-26 02:20:29

By George Nishiyama TOKYO (Reuters) - Backed by a landslide election victory, Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi told parliament on Monday he is determined to push ahead with privatizing Japan's postal system and other reforms. But his policy speech to the lower house was short on details of pressing issues including ties with other Asian nations and reforming Japan's pension system to cope with an aging society. Koizumi said voters had given him a mandate to privatize the postal...

2005-09-21 00:59:39

By Masayuki Kitano TOKYO (Reuters) - A special session of Japan's parliament confirmed Junichiro Koizumi as prime minister on Wednesday, clearing the way for him to press on with a reform program including privatization of the postal system after his party's landslide election victory this month. Koizumi, who first took office in April 2001, was chosen leader by members of the 480-seat lower house, where his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) took a commanding 296 seats in the September...

2005-09-21 00:45:32

TOKYO (Reuters) - A special session of Japan's parliament re-elected Junichiro Koizumi as prime minister on Wednesday, clearing the way for him to press on with a reform program including privatization of the postal system after his party's landslide election victory this month. Koizumi, who first took office in April 2001, was chosen leader by members of the 480-seat lower house, where his Liberal Democratic Party took a commanding 296 seats in the September 11 election, ensuring he...

2005-09-20 21:36:34

TOKYO (Reuters) - Junichiro Koizumi was set to be formally re-elected as Japan's prime minister during a special session of parliament on Wednesday following a landslide election win by his Liberal Democratic Party last week. Ahead of the parliamentary vote, all members of Koizumi's cabinet tendered their resignations at a cabinet meeting, but all are expected to be reappointed when Koizumi officially forms a new cabinet after he is re-elected by parliament. Koizumi has vowed to...

2005-09-20 22:56:05

By Masayuki Kitano TOKYO (Reuters) - A special session of Japan's parliament was set to re-elect Junichiro Koizumi as prime minister on Wednesday following a landslide win by his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) in an election this month. Ahead of the vote, members of Koizumi's cabinet tendered their resignations but all are expected to be re-appointed when he forms a new cabinet after his re-election by the lower house in a session that was due to start at 1 p.m. (0400 GMT). Koizumi...

2005-09-13 05:38:30

By Linda Sieg TOKYO (Reuters) - Nicknamed "Lion King" when he swept to power four years ago, Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi could become Japan's new kingmaker if he steps down as planned next year despite a stunning election victory by his party. Replacing Koizumi will be a tough task, given the telegenic veteran's aptitude for snappy slogans and a seemingly unerring instinct for reading public opinion -- talents little needed during most of his Liberal Democratic Party's 50-year...