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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? What Happened To The People In This Iconic Photo Of Oracle ...
This was even before the company was named Oracle. At that time it was still called Software Development Laboratories (SDL).
Oracle's Growth Through Acquisition Philosophy Is Working
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Why Oracle Is Significantly Undervalued
If a company is undervalued both on a DCF and on a relative valuation basis and is showing improvement in technical and momentum indicators, it scores high on our scale.
Oracle Is Set For Success With Social Acquisitions
Oracles recent acquisition of social marketing company Involver was announced last month for an undisclosed sum of money, although some report that Oracle did not have to shell out too much. With Involver, Oracle will be able to create custom ...
Oracle Pays $2 Million in Settlement With the SEC
The SEC said the business-software company failed to prevent Oracle India Private Ltd. from secretly setting aside money that eventually was used to make unauthorized payments to vendors in India.
Oracle Pays $2 Million To Settle Bribery Case With The SEC  Business Insider
Oracle Pays SEC $2M for FCPA Violation  Compliance Week (blog)
Open? Yeah, Sure. Sorry Oracle, You're Still Full Of It
I have been critiquing Oracle for some time about its cloudwashing, the way the company has acted in the open source community and Larry Ellison's general bombastic antics.
Oracle fixes bugs in Java that expose PCs to hackers
Oracle Corp repaired bugs in its widely used Java software on Thursday, several days after several computer security experts found flaws that they said opened PCs to attacks by hackers.
KOJ Group expands Oracle retail deployment
Retail chain Kamal Osman Jamjoom Group has expanded its existing Oracle deployment with the Oracle Retail Point-of-Service and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management applications, to improve efficiency and customer services across its stores.
Why IBM Acquired Kenexa
Kenexa is a consulting, content, and technology company which plays in many different parts of the talent management market, and was a slow-growing company playing in many high-growth markets. After SAP's acquisition of SuccessFactors and Oracle's ...
IBM buys Kenexa for $1.3 billion, eyes social HR software, services  ZDNet
IBM to acquire social-business company Kenexa for US$1.3-billion  Financial Post
Workday's IPO: 10 things to know
The company, which primarily competes with SAP and Oracle, has a bit of a mystique about it as a private entity. That said, Workday was worrisome enough for SAP to acquire SuccessFactors.
Five Key Takeaways From Workday's IPO Filing  PCWorld (blog)