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The tech giant's acquisition of Opower is its second purchase of a cloud software company in the past week.
National Oilwell Varco shares jumped more than 6% in Friday morning trading, adding to a week of more than 20% gains, buoyed by Morgan Stanley's new rating on it.
Stocks remain lower by mid-afternoon Thursday as worries over the U.S. economy overshadow better-than-expected earnings from industry giants.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq drags broader markets into the green on Thursday morning after a strong earnings win from social network Facebook.
Oracle (ORCL) shares are slipping on Thursday morning after the company announced that it is buying Textura in a deal valued at about $663 million.
Stock futures set up for losses on Thursday after U.S. growth slows to its worst level in two years.
At current levels, Oracle is a low-risk buy.
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GE, which needs to find new ways to replace its longtime lending arm GE Capital, takes a big step forward with its new partnership with Oracle.
Cramer said that while IBM stock is in a quandary, he likes IBM's Weather and Watson.
Big Blue is still struggling to adjust to the Internet era and offset declines in its legacy business.
The spotlight could next shift to Marketo, Cornerstone OnDemand and SPS Commerce, among others.
Oracle (ORCL) stock is higher this afternoon after Credit Suisse reiterated its 'outperform' rating given its potential in cloud computing.
Technology consultant Infosys reports fourth-quarter earnings Friday.
The shares of Qlik Technologies are falling after Citi and Deutsche Bank downgraded the stock.
Oracle has been increasing its cloud business while paying a decent dividend, a win-win for shareholders.
Oracle (ORCL) shares are climbing following Pacific Crest Securities' optimistic remarks earlier today.
Salesforce is the only pure-play cloud company operating in an industry it pioneered. Its rivals -- Oracle, Microsoft and IBM -- are racing to catch up.
Jim Cramer lauds the one analyst who predicted Europe's recovery -- a year ago -- and thanks the Federal Reserve chief for making it safe to invest in companies again.