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Feb 4 2014, 11:07am CST
Source: Seattle Business Journal
Redwood City-based Oracle Corp. announced Thursday it is opening a cloud development center in Seattle, the first outside California.
The company will hire about 100 engineers to start, and said it expects to hire hundreds more in the coming months and years.
Oracle’s entrance into the Seattle market further proves the region has become “Cloud City,” the leading place for emerging cloud technology.
That’s the main reason Oracle chose Seattle as its first cloud foray ...
Full article at: Seattle Business Journal
1 day ago, 11:59am CDT
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Dec 23 2013, 11:36am CST
Tibco Software and Oracle Corp.'s earnings add another black cloud over the enterprise software space, but despite recent pessimism value opportunities m ...
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Jun 24 2014, 11:00am CDT
Oracle fiscal 2nd-qtr net income falls slightly, but beats Wall Street predictions
NEW YORK (AP) — Oracle...
Dec 20 2013, 8:37am CST
Source: San Jose Business Journal
Oracle Corp. Chief Financial Officer Safra Catz became the first woman to hold the title of highest-paid finance chief officer last year, according to The Wall Street Journal, which began tracking such compensation levels at S&P 500 companies four years ago.
Though Catz led the ranking, her pay fell from $51.7 million in 2012 to $43.6 million last year — a combination of a $950,000 base salary and stock options. She was named to Oracle's top fin ...
Full article at: San Jose Business Journal
Jun 24 2014, 8:19am CDT
Source: The Columbian
SEATTLE — Oracle Corp. has agreed to buy Micros Systems Inc. for $5.3 billion as Chief Executive Officer Larry Ellison seeks to reignite slowing growth by adding software for hot ...
Full article at: The Columbian
Jun 23 2014, 7:21pm CDT
Source: Salt Lake Tribune
Redwood Shores, Calif. • Software maker Oracle is buying Micros Systems Inc., which provides software and hardware to the hospitality and retail industries, for about $5.3 billion.
Oracle Corp. said Monday that it will pay $68 per Micros share, a 3 percent premium to the company’s $65.77 Friday closing price.
Shares of Micros gained $1.43, or 2.2 percent, to $67.20 in premarket trading Monday.
Oracle said the acquisition will extend its offerings by combining Micros’ industry-specific appli ...
Full article at: Salt Lake Tribune
Jun 23 2014, 11:09am CDT
Oracle Corp. filed a wide-ranging lawsuit against SAP AG, alleging spying and "corporate theft on a grand scale."...
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