The self-driving car is quickly becoming the next battleground for big tech companies.
Thanks to one digital currency's surge, the co-founder and executive chairman of Ripple is now one of the five richest people in America.
Salesforce is developing its own alternative to Oracle's database, while Amazon is moving toward NoSQL, sources told The Information.
High-profile dismissals remain the exception, not the rule, for companies facing harassment issues, reports USA Today.
The concessions mark a victory for the company’s biggest institutional investors, who have agitated against its pay arrangements for years, FT reports.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd sees his company toppling Amazon as the biggest public cloud around.
Luisa Kroll, Forbes Magazine senior wealth editor, reveals who made this year's top 100 richest tech billionaires list.
Graves' role at Uber is somewhat mysterious.
The earning call was "pure joy," says Cramer, talking about Oracle's quarterly numbers which posted better-than-expected results, getting a lift from its cloud computing business.
AT&T will move thousands of large databases to Oracle's cloud, Mark Hurd told CNBC.
Founders of some of the world's top tech firms are looking to scientific solutions to aging.
The enterprise technology company has been battling names like Salesforce to reach $10 billion in cloud services revenue.
Workday's CEO is hoping Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite could have customers knocking on his door.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will turn into one of those legendary CEO's that we have seen like Bill Gates, like Larry Ellison, said Jason Calacanis, an early investor in Uber.
Snap's Evan Spiegel will take just a $1 salary following the company's IPO, but he made more than $2 million last year.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd says customers are choosing his company's cloud over AWS because the technology is fresher.
The graphic helps visualize the extreme level of inequality in the world today.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Oracle's Q2 earnings release, and the company's shots at Salesforce. Stephanie Link, TIAA Investments, weighs in.
Oracle reported quarterly earnings that narrowly beat analysts' expectations, and revenue that fell slightly short of estimates.
If they're right, the average lifespan of 79 years will be a thing of the past, and humans could live for decades longer.