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Homeware and Clothing Seller Creates Single Source of Truth with Holistic Retail Planning Solution
Mexican Footwear Retailer Taps Oracle to Maximize Omnichannel Customer Engagement
Combination of Market Expertise, Artificial Intelligence, and Automation Enables Retailers to Optimize In-Store Merchandising and Maximize Sales
New Cloud Service, Greater Inventory Visibility and Mobile Reporting Help Retailers Engage Customers While Improving Operational Efficiency and Insights
Oracle helps international retailer seamlessly deliver custom products online to customers across the world
Tech giant Oracle wins naming rights deal for San Francisco's waterfront ballpark.
New Partnership and Naming Rights Agreement to Fuel Innovative Fan Experience
Oracle helps specialty retailer increase sales, expand customer choice and scale business
Nasdaq is an American stock market and the home of stocks that make up major indexes like the Nasdaq Composite and Nasdaq 100.
A put option is a contract that allows an investor the right but not the obligation to sell shares of an underlying security at a certain price at a certain time.
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Jan.
It's time to reconsider Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet/Google in the New Year.
The Dow rose for a third straight day amid cautious optimism over the prospects for a trade deal between the U.S. and China.
Larry Ellison, the founder of software giant Oracle, discloses he has a $1 billion stake in Tesla.
Global Footwear Retailer Streamlines Inventory Investments, Anticipates Consumer Demand and Improves In-store Experience
A call option is a contract the gives an investor the right, but not obligation, to buy a certain amount of shares of a security at a specified price at a later time.
Fastest Growing Footwear Retailer in Europe Implements Oracle Retail to Improve Gross Margin by 4.2 Percent
U.S. stock futures are rising sharply on the last trading day of 2018, after Donald Trump tweets that 'big progress' is being made in trade talks between the U.S. and China; Amazon reportedly is planning an expansion of Whole Foods stores; Verizon and Disney avoid a Fios blackout.
Tesla shares jumped Friday after naming Larry Ellison and Kathleen-Wilson Thompson to the company's board of directors.
Markets had a wild ride Friday, spending time in both negative and positive territory before ending the day mostly in the red.
Global stocks rebounded Friday, following an extraordinary final-hour rally on Wall Street last night that saw the Dow swing nearly 900 points from its session low, even as investors quietly move into defensive assets heading into the New Year break as surging volatility rattles markets all over the world.
Thursday's stock market rout is just another reminder that flat yield curves and equity investing do not mix.
Bloomberg Media Group, Bonnier Corp., Vox Media Among Early Adopters
Denaster General Trading LLC Sets Sights on India and The United Kingdom for First Expansion Beyond Middle East
There's a short-term trend in stocks investors should take note of before getting too giddy about Tuesday's good day.
The Fed, China and Oracle are a couple of the hot topics on TheStreet.
Oracle alleges that the RFP process was unfair and biased towards Amazon, particularly due to the involvement of former Amazon employees in advising the government's procurement process.
A stock rally lost steam Tuesday afternoon only to regain momentum and close in positive territory, as investors battle with slowing economic growth and rising political uncertainty.
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