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Healthcare leads markets after Senate bill's release.
The software giant's cloud momentum remains strong, and its traditional software sales aren't declining as much as they did before.
Oracle managed to impress a number of analysts with its latest blowout quarter.
Futures lower even as crude oil rises.
The overall personality of the market is making many people, including me, uncomfortable.
The metamorphosis is totally deserving, giving how the earnings, revenues and forecasts vastly exceeded expectations.
U.S. stock futures are down slightly and global stocks slump amid continued concerns over slumping oil prices.
Oracle beat on both top and bottom line projections for its fourth quarter.
Oracle has quietly rallied some 20% on the year.
What to expect from Oracle's quarterly results.
Strong earnings, strong business.
Clearly, the bond market is not buying what the Fed is selling.
U.S. stock futures point to a weak start for Wall Street on Wednesday as oil prices tumble into bear-market territory.
The company's latest earnings and guidance show that its core media software franchises are as strong as ever.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending stocks.
Alibaba, IBM and others are finding ways to stand out, according to the latest research.
These 5 ETFs may benefit if investors like what they have to hear from Oracle's latest results.
The latest research shows that Amazon, Microsoft and Google remain ahead of the pack in cloud infrastructure. But Alibaba, IBM and others are finding ways to stand out.
A tech recovery pushes the S&P 500 and Dow to records.
Stocks move higher as tech sector names make gains.
Eric Schmidt, Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos and others will help the government tinker with IT.
These heavily shorted stocks could squeeze the short-sellers if they report bullish earnings this week.
Unifies clinical development operations and information to help life sciences companies bring therapies to market faster and more cost-effectively
U.S. stock futures rise as the Dow Jones Industrial Average looks poised to open at a new record, while European stocks trade higher as Britain kicks off Brexit talks.
Improving government technology is the official topic. Defense and anti-terrorism technology are also likely to come up for discussion.
Here is what you need to know.