Oracle said software and cloud revenue picked up, which countered a decline in hardware sales. The company's stock picked up $1.46, or 3.4 percent, to $44.33 in aftermarket trading. Shares have dropped 4 percent in 2015, while the Standard & Poor's 500 ...
FOX News · 3/17/2015
Today’s deal — which comes out to $68 per share in Micros stock, according to Oracle’s announcement — should have a similar diversifying effect. The deal adds gear and software to Oracle’s lineup for hospitality and retail industries.
VentureBeat · 6/23/2014
That was $100 million below the value reported in Oracle's summary compensation tables. The software giant's total stock return since 2008 has been several percentage points better than the S&P 500 Index, according to FactSet. But off a large base ...
NDTV · 3/25/2015
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IEEE Spectrum · 8/6/2014
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Rediff India Abroad · 5/5/2015
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Fox Business · 3/18/2015
Oracle, IBM Among Credit Suisse's 35 Firms Ripe for a Spinoff Putting IBM's $5 Billion Buyback in Perspective IBM Turns to Familiar Source of Relief: More Buybacks The stock performance is certainly not what Ginny Rometty had in mind when she …
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