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Oracle's steady rise since its Feb. 10 breakout appears headed for a healthy rest.
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Veteran journalist Tom Brokaw, Oracle Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd and Oracle Executive Vice President Bob Weiler to Headline
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The currency theory behind House Republicans' tax plan could make your next trip abroad less expensive.
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New cloud tax and reporting solution helps tax professionals, CFOs, and controllers manage complex country-specific tax reporting requirements through automation
The company's new online conferencing solution, Chime, is the latest in a string of cloud software product launches competing with the likes of Microsoft, Cisco and Alphabet.
Customers use Oracle Management Cloud to increase performance and decrease cost of traditional systems-of-record and DevOps-oriented systems of innovation
IP Telecom and Oracle worked together to implement this Cloud Business solution to ensure 100% data protection.
Global Insights Offer Guidance for Global Food and Beverage and Hotel Industries as They Aim to Capture Repeat Business in 2017
Cablenet will deploy Oracle Communications' full suite of IMS and VoLTE capabilities to dramatically simplify network design, deployment and operations
IoT predictive analytics automate business processes and operations across the supply chain to enhance the customer experience
Ford selects Oracle HCM Cloud to manage team experience
Enhances Oracle Cloud Platform Portfolio with Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service
Marketers in thirteen Asia Pacific countries can now use Oracle's BlueKai Marketplace to target granular audience segments at scale, enabling improved relevance and performance for mobile advertising campaigns
Selects solution that enhances security while not compromising on ease-of-use
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Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the risks: Don't measure 'Trump per share,' measure actual earnings per share.