Oracle to Move HQ From Silicon Valley to Texas
The software giant's decision "is another signal that the trend toward more remote working brought on by the pandemic could outlast the health crisis.”
Oracle Beats Estimates on Strong Cloud Results
Revenue from the Fusion and NetSuite Cloud ERP apps grew 33% and 21%, respectively, in Q2 as the shift to remote work continued.
Oracle Shares Slip as Q4 Sales Drop 6%
The software giant saw a drop-off in deals, particularly in industries most affected by COVID-19 such as hospitality and retail.
Oracle Misses on Sales Again Despite ERP Gains
The company's autonomous database and ERP products will “determine Oracle's future in the cloud,” CTO Larry Ellison says.
Oracle Reports Sales Miss, Co-CEO Taking Leave
Mark Hurd says he decided that he needed to spend time focusing on his health.
S&P Cuts Oracle Rating on Stock Buyback Worries
With Oracle's buybacks exceeding free operating cash-flow generation, S&P is concerned the company will be overleveraged.
Tesla Adds ‘Big Believer’ Larry Ellison to Board
Some analysts question whether the Oracle co-founder can bring independent oversight to Tesla given his friendship with Elon Musk.
Cloud Revenue Helps Oracle Beat Q2 Estimates
Growth in Oracle's cloud-computing business, however, still lags behind rivals such as Workday and Salesforce.
Cloud ERP: The Time Has Come
Low up-front costs, hands-off maintenance, and automatic updates make cloud systems deserving of a serious look.
What Are the Top ERP Systems for 2019?
The ERP market is in great flux as 2018 winds down, positioning some ERPs in unaccustomed positions as market leaders.
Oracle Shares Dip on Another Revenue Miss
"This market has no patience for any misses from tech companies, no matter how minor or how explainable the miss."