Best Investments for 2015
Everyone from Cisco to IBM to HP set to feel impact of possible EMC-Dell $50 billion merger
Aside from Oracle's attractive valuation and upcoming dividend payout, its business outlook -- especially in its cloud-based software -- continues to improve.
Scott McNealy, who helped lead Sun during Silicon Valley's boom time, is now proud to be able to show his teenage boys what he's done with his life.
If you want to know what former Sun MicroSystems CEO Scott McNealy thinks of the Federal Reserve, just ask him.
The trading panel discussed possible mergers in the tech sector and what took Twitter so long to name Jack Dorsey CEO.
Oracle (ORCL) today announced two new cloud services, additions to Oracle Cloud Platform for Integration, a suite of integration services.
Mobile middleware may play a bigger role in helping companies build their mobile capabilities. This software connects individual mobile applications with each other and other corporate applications and systems.
Salesforce.com's revenue maybe slowing, but it's still projected to rise between 20% and 30% per year.
The following Oracle (ORCL) conference call took place on September 16, 2015, 05:00 PM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Oracle (ORCL) shares are falling for the second consecutive session following the release of the company's mixed first quarter earnings results.
These four major companies went for it and tapped relative outsiders as their new CEOs -- including two that are complete newcomers to their firms.
The Dow and S&P 500 both dropped by less than 1% Thursday.
Investors couldn't decide what to make of the Federal Reserve's decision to stand pat on rates.
The decision is in. The Federal Reserve has decided not to raise interest rates.
Tableau Software (DATA) stock is declining after a competitor reported a decline in growth as the cloud-based products market becomes more competitive.
Investors make last-minute buys on Wall Street ahead of a decision from the Federal Reserve on interest rates Thursday afternoon.
It's Federal Reserve day and stocks are moving unpredictably as investors show nerves over what the decision on interest rates will be.
Oracle continues to cite the rising U.S. dollar for severely impacting its results this quarter and for next quarter as well.
Oracle (ORCL) shares are down after the company reported first quarter top line results that failed to meet analysts' expectations
Stock futures are slightly lower as investors show their nerves ahead of the long-anticipated interest rate decision from the Federal Reserve Thursday afternoon.