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  • Top Tech Executives To Attend Trump Summit: Report

    Top Tech Executives To Attend Trump Summit: Report

    Executives from Microsoft Corp, Intel Corp and Oracle Corp will also be among "a very heady group of less than a dozen, comprising most of the key players in the sector" to attend the summit, Recode said.

  • 80% Of Global IT Spend Will Be On Cloud: Oracle

    80% Of Global IT Spend Will Be On Cloud: Oracle

    Oracle Corp has predicted a sharp drop in the traditional IT spending of businesses across the globe over the next decade, making way for cloud services and leaving more room for innovation than hardware and software maintenance.

  • Oracle's Ellison Aims At Amazon With Fresh Cloud Services

    Oracle's Ellison Aims At Amazon With Fresh Cloud Services

    Oracle Corp. unveiled new services that help customers take advantage of cloud computing, putting it more directly in competition with Amazon.com.

  • Oracle Buys NetSuite In $9.3-Billion Deal

    Oracle Buys NetSuite In $9.3-Billion Deal

    Oracle Corp said it would buy NetSuite Inc in a deal valued at about $9.3 billion to expand into the fast-growing cloud market.

  • Oracle's Cloud Strength Boosts Quarterly Revenue

    Oracle's Cloud Strength Boosts Quarterly Revenue

    The 39-year old company, a late entrant into the cloud market, recently acquired cloud companies Textura and Opower.

  • Oracle Hit With Whistleblower Lawsuit Over Cloud Accounting

    Oracle Hit With Whistleblower Lawsuit Over Cloud Accounting

    Oracle Corp was sued on Wednesday by a former senior finance manager who claimed she was terminated in retaliation for complaining about improper accounting practices in Oracle's cloud services business.

  • Google Beats Oracle In $9 Billion Android Trial

    Google Beats Oracle In $9 Billion Android Trial

    A U.S. jury handed Google a major victory on Thursday in a long-running copyright battle with Oracle Corp over Android software used to run most of the world's smartphones.

  • Oracle Profit Beats Expectations; Share Buyback Boosted By $10 Billion

    Oracle Profit Beats Expectations; Share Buyback Boosted By $10 Billion

    Oracle Corp reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit as its cloud business continued to gain momentum, and the company said it was boosting its stock buyback program by $10 billion.

  • Google Paid Apple $1 Billion in '14 to Keep Search Bar on iPhone: Report

    Google Paid Apple $1 Billion in '14 to Keep Search Bar on iPhone: Report

    Google paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 to keep its search bar on the iPhone, Bloomberg reported, citing a transcript of court proceedings related to a copyright lawsuit filed by Oracle Corp against the search giant.

  • IBM Revenue Falls More Than Expected, Cuts Profit Forecast

    IBM Revenue Falls More Than Expected, Cuts Profit Forecast

    The company is shifting away from hardware to the cloud, much like established rivals such as Oracle Corp and Microsoft Corp. Each is striving to boost Internet-based software and services sales to compete with Salesforce.com Inc and Amazon.com Inc's web software unit.

  • China's Tencent Hits $200 Billion Market Cap

    China's Tencent Hits $200 Billion Market Cap

    China's Tencent Holdings Ltd for the first time hit a market cap of more than $200 billion on Monday, making it more valuable than US tech firms like Amazon.com Inc, IBM Corp and Oracle Corp.

  • Oracle Revenue Rises 3.5% on Strong Growth in Cloud

    Oracle Revenue Rises 3.5% on Strong Growth in Cloud

    Investors have been carefully watching how Oracle beefs up its cloud divisions, which deliver software over the Internet. Success on that front is a gauge for how well the company can fight off competition from cloud-software companies such as Salesforce.com Inc.

  • Oracle Looks to Boost Growth With Biggest Deal in 5 Years

    Oracle Looks to Boost Growth With Biggest Deal in 5 Years

    Oracle Corp said it would buy Micros Systems in a $5.3 billion deal as the world's No.2 business software maker looks to boost flagging growth through acquisitions.

  • Oracle Faces Scrutiny Over $1.3 Billion Verdict Against SAP

    Oracle Faces Scrutiny Over $1.3 Billion Verdict Against SAP

    A Northern California jury awarded Oracle $1.3 billion in 2010 over accusations that SAP AG subsidiary, TomorrowNow, wrongfully downloaded millions of Oracle files. SAP had acquired TomorrowNow as part of a strategy to provide software support to Oracle customers at lower rates than what Oracle charged, and eventually convince some of those compani...

  • Oracle Wins Copyright Ruling Against Google Over Android

    Oracle Wins Copyright Ruling Against Google Over Android

    Oracle Corp has won a legal victory against Google Inc as a US appeals court decided Oracle could copyright parts of the Java programming language, which Google used to design its Android smartphone operating system.

  • With IPO elusive, Avaya explored sale to Oracle this year: report

    With IPO elusive, Avaya explored sale to Oracle this year: report

    Silver Lake and TPG Capital LP, which took Santa Clara, California-based Avaya private for $8.4 billion in 2007, held discussions with hardware and software giant Oracle in the first half of 2013 about a deal, but the talks fizzled in the last few months, the people said.

  • Wall Street rebounds modestly, Oracle drags on Nasdaq

    Wall Street rebounds modestly, Oracle drags on Nasdaq

    Wall Street rose slightly in a volatile Friday session after two days of sharp losses, as investors grappled with the changing outlook for the Federal Reserve's monetary policy.

  • Oracle surges; strong share sale squeezes short sellers

    Oracle surges; strong share sale squeezes short sellers

    Oracle, majority owned by Oracle Corp, attracted demand of nearly four times its share sale of 4.4 million shares, according to exchange data, surprising investors who had shorted the stock for arbitrage in anticipation of tepid demand.