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Oracle is undergoing a transition from traditional on-premise software licensing and support to cloud subscriptions.
The Fed will hold a policy meeting, and another rate hike is expected, while President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs are due to take effect.
Several major companies with non-traditional calendars report earnings in the coming days. Make sure to keep an eye on these companies as they prepare to report during the week of March 19!
Oracle (ORCL) is seeing encouraging earnings estimate revision activity as of late and carries a favorable rank, positioning the company for a likely beat this season.
Cloud computing has been one of the most well-known drivers of growth in the technology industry over the last few years. And while the likes of Amazon (AMZN), Alphabet (GOOGL), and Microsoft (MSFT) hog the headlines, IT behemoth Oracle (ORCL) is currently one of the largest cloud computing firms in the world.
If you are a long-term holder of Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), good for you. Over the last five years you’ve hit what folks like me call a “10-bagger.” Your investment in Netflix stock is up over 1,000% in value. Rather than argue about whether you might get another percentage or two out of the shares, however, it might be more valuable to consider the lesson of the success of Netflix stock for your other investments.
The Virginia Retirement System is coming off a good year, its first in three. The pension earned an 11.8% return for the fiscal year that ended June 30, topping the 7% target after two previous years of ...
CEO pay has continued to show astronomical growth over the years, according to the Economic Policy Institute, or EPI. Between 1978 and 2016, CEO compensation surged by 809 or 937 percent, depending on ...
This cloud-computing pioneer lures in customers with a strong gateway product and keeps them with a compelling cross-sell.
Stocks could be volatile in the week ahead, as markets navigate a fresh release of inflation data and count down to the Fed's late March meeting.
The IT giant just issued healthy long-term earnings guidance. But guidance for one key measure of its free cash flow was weaker.
The Arizona State Retirement State System, the state’s largest pension, will be reaching retirement age itself this year, marking 65 years on July 1. Unfortunately, with that birthday, 209,000 active members of ASRS (out of a total membership of 586,300) will have to chip in a bit more as the pension reduces its annual investment return to 7.5% from 8%, a level that has been in place since 1985. ASRS has had an average annual return of 9.7% from July 1975 through June 2017, a remarkable run, considering the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has an average total return of 7.7% for the 15-year period ended Dec. 31 on a quarterly basis, according to Morningstar.
Jim Cramer shares his weekly game plan with investors and tells them to stay on their toes in case of upside surprises.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.