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Jim Cramer eyes Oracle ahead of the company's earnings on Thursday. Will results please investors or indicate some problems when it comes to closing deals?
Tuesday's Presidential election is expected to be most contentious since 2000, when George W. Bush and Al Gore squared off. Will there be re-count demand? Anything seems possible these days.
Cramer shares his views on the unkillable market. Schlumberger, Walgreens and Delta Airlines are among the stocks discussed.
The stock appears to be teetering on the last remnants of support to avoid seeing red.
Jim Cramer looks at R.R. Donnelley's breakup and Salesforce.com's shopping list.
The market's getting nervous about the prospect of a Democratic landslide, says Jim Cramer.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
Bankers with the most deal volume in the third quarter varied across sectors, from regional banks to energy.
Wachtell Lipton and Wilson Sonsini have big third quarters in tech, while Jones Day's Daniel Mitz lands two large chip deals.
Verizon's working with drone companies and Facebook's got a new app.
NetSuite (N) shareholders have until Nov. 4 to tender the necessary shares for Oracle's (ORCL) $9.3 billion takeover deal.
Major NetSuite shareholders want Oracle to up its buyout price. Given how hungry Oracle is to grow its cloud exposure, the company could give in to their demands.
#BendGate was a short-lived Apple focal point. Will the reported hissing sound from the new device follow the same path?
Meanwhile, too many investors are still waiting for the 'big one.'
Jim Cramer ponders how bad it has gotten for the banks and examines the hype surrounding Oracle.
The company missed the last quarter, but you wouldn't know it listening to the call.
Legacy software groups, private equity firms and activists have stirred up what Marc Benioff called the most "intense" software deal cycle he has seen.
Licensing comes into question as company reports earnings today.
U.S. stock futures rise ahead of a heap of economic data; Apple sells out initial quantities of iPhone 7 plus; federal prosecutors are investigating Wells Fargo, a report says.
Shares of Oracle have slightly more potential upside than downside, Jim Cramer says.
The fund also demanded that the minimum threshold of approval by unaffiliated shareholders not be altered.
The Law Offices of Vincent Wong are investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of NetSuite Inc.
The software giant becomes the latest victim of a breach related to retail customer data.
The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP: To: All Persons or Entities who purchased NetSuite Inc.
The securities litigation law firm of Brower Piven, A Professional Corporation, has commenced an investigation into possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law by the Board of Directors of NetSuite...
Oracle's $9.3 billion acquisition of NetSuite is the latest example of Oracle's commitment to growing its cloud-based services, according to Steve Daheb, Senior Vice President of Oracle Cloud.
Joe Atkinson, a technology, infocomm, entertainment and media advisory leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers, says its all fueled by access to markets and consumers.
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