A day in the life with Oracle CEO Mark Hurd during the company's biggest conference of the year.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd speaks to CNBC's Jon Fortt about the company's cloud and database strategies including increasing cybersecurity. Hurd also weighs in on the company's Middle Eastern data center capability in the wake of tensions around potential Saudi involvement in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd speaks with CNBC's Aditi Roy about the company's quarterly earnings and what he sees for the environment for cloud computing and applications.
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.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy isn't about to give Oracle the last word in the cloud battle.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports on his conversation with Oracle CEO Mark Hurd on General Electric's cloud technology as well as the future for artificial intelligence.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd sees his company toppling Amazon as the biggest public cloud around.
AT&T will move thousands of large databases to Oracle's cloud, Mark Hurd told CNBC.
Amazon's cloud chief Andy Jassy went after Oracle for locking customers into databases that are expensive and don't work very well.
Don't expect mass layoffs in IT even as the world's biggest companies move more of their workload to the cloud, Oracle's Mark Hurd says.
The enterprise technology company has been battling names like Salesforce to reach $10 billion in cloud services revenue.
Apple CFO Luca Maestri spoke on Tuesday from the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd says customers are choosing his company's cloud over AWS because the technology is fresher.
Oracle reported quarterly earnings that narrowly beat analysts' expectations, and revenue that fell slightly short of estimates.
Shares of NetSuite's stock rose as much as 8 percent on Thursday, following a volatility halt earlier in the day.
Despite an uphill battle, Mark Hurd, one of Oracle's CEOs, said he thinks Oracle's strategy will win the cloud battle.
Guccifer 2.0 — the hacker who claimed credit for the recent DNC breach — has shared a new batch of juicy documents.
Sales were better than expected as the company booked more cloud software-as-a-service customers and expanded margins.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reporting that median executive compensation fell 3.8 percent in 2015.