CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Oracle's Q2 earnings release, and the company's shots at Salesforce. Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, weighs in.
Oracle reported quarterly earnings that narrowly beat analysts' expectations, and revenue that fell slightly short of estimates.
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Amid better-than-expected earnings, Salesforce.com is closing in on the finish line in a race with rival Oracle.
Ellison owns nearly 32 million shares of Netsuite, according to Factset, making his share worth more than $3.48 billion.
Despite an uphill battle, Mark Hurd, one of Oracle's CEOs, said he thinks Oracle's strategy will win the cloud battle.
Starting Sunday, people will flood into downtown San Francisco for OpenWorld, Oracle's annual conference that attracts more than 60,000 attendees.
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Joel Fishbein, BTIG, discusses Oracle's expected $9.3 billion acquisition of NetSuite and whether there could be antitrust issues involved.
Guccifer 2.0 — the hacker who claimed credit for the recent DNC breach — has shared a new batch of juicy documents.
Oracle climbed 2 percent after reporting fiscal fourth-quarter revenue that beat the consensus estimate.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is telling investors that his cloud infrastructure is ready to take on Amazon Web Services.
Sales were better than expected as the company booked more cloud software-as-a-service customers and expanded margins.
Oracle Chairman and founder Larry Ellison gave the commencement speech at the University of Southern California. CNBC's senior markets commentator Michael Santoli, and CNBC contributor Evan Newmark, weigh in.
Oracle reported mixed fiscal third-quarter results, posting adjusted earnings of 64 cents per share on $9.01 billion in revenue.
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Shares of the company jumped almost 2 percent after hours.
Apple shells out this much money per year to keep CEO Tim Cook safe, Patently Apple reports.
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