ORCL - Oracle Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
46.46
-0.44 (-0.94%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close46.90
Open46.66
Bid45.86 x 21500
Ask46.46 x 1200
Day's Range46.14 - 46.94
52 Week Range43.74 - 53.48
Volume12,497,658
Avg. Volume15,377,155
Market Cap189.664B
Beta1.10
PE Ratio (TTM)54.34
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.76 (1.65%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-16
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Barrons.com1 hour ago

    [$$] Hot Hedge Fund Firm Bets Big on Transocean, Intel

    American master of the horror tale H.P. Lovecraft once wrote, “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” Surely that applies to spooking readers. “The trick is being able to identify those things that everybody else is fearful of and turn it around,” says Andrew Clifford, Platinum Investment Management’s chief investment officer, in a video on the Australian hedge fund’s site. Platinum says its investment style is seeking out companies “whose true worth and prospects are yet to be fully recognised by the market.” For example, Platinum was buying shares of offshore drilling contractor Transocean (RIG) in the first quarter when the outlook for energy was weak.

  • Investopediayesterday

    Microsoft to Lead Surge in IT Industry Profits: Moody's

    Software purchases, the migration to cloud-based systems and investments to enhance digital capabilities should trigger a surge in IT company profits over the next few years, according to Moody’s Investors Services. In a research note, reported on by Barron’s, analyst Stephen Sohn and his colleagues predicted that the likes of Adobe Systems Inc. ( ADBE), Microsoft Corp. ( MSFT), NetApp Inc. ( NTAP), Oracle Corp. ( ORCL) and Salesforce.com Inc. ( CRM) will deliver profits that easily outpace global economic growth. Moody’s identified Microsoft as the biggest beneficiary of industry-wide structural drivers.

  • Forbesyesterday

    Why CIOs Are Turning To Third Party Support To Reduce Complexity

    The idea of third party support is changing from a promise to reduce the software maintenance paid to an incumbent on-premise vendor (usually Oracle or SAP) to a new tool to help manage the complexity of your applications wherever they may run. For CIOs who are seeking ways to make their jobs simpler, this type of third-party support may provide a new kind of relief. Rimini Street, which went public in October 2017, has revenues of $200 million, which is just a sliver of the $160 billion spent on software maintenance annually.

  • FireEye’s Strong Product Portfolio Is Key to Its Business Growth
    Market Realist2 days ago

    FireEye’s Strong Product Portfolio Is Key to Its Business Growth

    FireEye (FEYE) has a strong and innovative product line. It includes popular products such as the Helix platform, which helps to integrate network, endpoint, and other third-party security product visibility via FireEye iSIGHT Intelligence. To make its security products more attractive to end users, the company has also bought iSIGHT Partners, allowing it to boost its data analytics strength for the sake of managing data and detecting threats.

  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Adobe Isn't Just Going After Shopify With Its Latest Acquisition

    Buying Magento gives Adobe another arrow in its quiver as it battles the likes of Salesforce and Oracle for large enterprise deals. Remarks made during a conference call suggested Adobe is more keen on helping Magento, whose sales have skewed towards mid-sized businesses, expand in the enterprise than having Magento go after small businesses, which account for a large portion of Shopify's revenue.

  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Adobe's Purchase of Magento Goes After Salesforce and Oracle as Much as Shopify

    It also looks as if Adobe, having successfully transitioned much of the customer base for its content/media-creation software franchises to subscription offerings, is now hungry to expand its reach in fast-growing online marketing and commerce fields. The company also claims an ecosystem of 300,000-plus developers creating software extensions and services that integrate with its offerings. In some respects, all of that has much in common with what Shopify, whose shares are down nearly 4% on news of the Magento deal, provides its clients.

  • Fortune4 days ago

    Adobe to Buy Magento Commerce For $1.68 Billion

    Magento Commerce used to be owned by eBay and sells tech that lets companies do online shopping.

  • Oracle picks chief of Austin startup accelerator, its first in U.S.
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Oracle picks chief of Austin startup accelerator, its first in U.S.

    Unlike with some accelerators, Oracle will not buy equity in startups accepted into the program. Instead, they'll have access to Oracle's 400,000-plus customers — and free cloud access, of course. Oracle still hasn't announced where it will put the accelerator in Austin.

  • InvestorPlace4 days ago

    Blockchain: Party Like It’s 1999? Or 2000?

    In the late 1990s, New York City partied to the tune of the internet. Cryptocurrency prices are not responding to the hype. While cryptocurrency advocates toss each other charges of complicity in scams, action has shifted decisively from tokens like bitcoin and ethereum to applications using blockchain technology.

  • Square, Facebook, other Silicon Valley executives are popular choice for nation’s boardrooms
    American City Business Journals7 days ago

    Square, Facebook, other Silicon Valley executives are popular choice for nation’s boardrooms

    Major companies are tapping executives from some of the Bay Area’s most successful companies as directors, spreading the region’s influence, innovation and Silicon Valley ethos into the boardrooms of some of the nation’s biggest companies. The trend also reflects the caliber of talent working at Bay Area startups.

  • Oracle buys Culver City data science firm
    American City Business Journals8 days ago

    Oracle buys Culver City data science firm

    Oracle plans to integrate DataScience.com into its solutions to provide customers with a single data science platform.

  • American City Business Journals8 days ago

    This is how much a typical worker makes at Google, Facebook, Intel, Twitter, Salesforce and other big Bay Area tech employers

    Just how much some of the Bay Area’s biggest technology employers — including Facebook, Alphabet, Inc., Salesforce.com and Twitter — pay their workers is now public information.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    Stocks to Watch: Macy's, Nordstrom, Disney, Amazon, Tesla, Fox, Oracle, AMD, Micron, Monsanto, Helios

    Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday's session are Macy's, Nordstrom, Walt Disney, Amazon.com and Tesla.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 days ago

    [$$] Oracle Buys Datascience to Boost Big-Data Analytics Offerings

    Oracle Corp. said Tuesday it would acquire Datascience Inc., a data analysis company, for an undisclosed amount.

  • An Overview of Oracle’s Dividend Payments
    Market Realist9 days ago

    An Overview of Oracle’s Dividend Payments

    Oracle’s (ORCL) strong dividend payments are driven by solid free cash flow, and it pays regular quarterly dividends to its investors. Every two years, Oracle has raised its dividends. 

  • MarketWatch9 days ago

    Oracle buys Datascience.com to boost big data analytics offerings

    Oracle Corp. said Tuesday it will acquire privately held Datascience.com, a data analysis company, for an undisclosed amount. Oracle said the acquisition will allow it to provide customers with a single data science platform, leveraging Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and its sofware-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service offerings. "Every organization is now exploring data science and machine learning as a key way to proactively develop competitive advantage, but the lack of comprehensive tooling and integrated machine learning capabilities can cause these projects to fall short," said Amit Zavery, EVP of Oracle Cloud Platform.

  • How R&D Is Driving Oracle’s Business
    Market Realist9 days ago

    How R&D Is Driving Oracle’s Business

    The growing competition in the cloud computing space has prompted Oracle (ORCL) to boost its investment in research and development (R&D). The company’s policy of allocating a significant amount of funds toward R&D has allowed the company to launch products such as its Fusion ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and HCM (Human Capital Management).

  • Digging Into Symantec’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Results
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Digging Into Symantec’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Results

    On May 10, Symantec (SYMC) reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter results, beating analysts’ earnings and revenue expectations and marking YoY (year-over-year) growth. It posted adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $0.46 in the fourth quarter, exceeding analysts’ expectation of $0.39 and marking a year-over-year rise from $0.28.

  • Investopedia10 days ago

    Oracle Accuses Google of Secretly Tracking Users

    The raging issue of user privacy has become a point of contention between two technology giants, Oracle Corp. ( ORCL) and Alphabet Inc.’s Google ( GOOGL). Oracle has alleged that Google’s Android mobile operating system silently allows Google to track and report the location of users, even when users have turned off their location services—and even when there is no SIM card in the mobile device. The recent accusation has led Australian competition and privacy regulators launch an investigation against Google. The Android phones relay the location of the nearby cell towers to Google, without the necessary consent given by the user, the allegation states.

  • Evaluating the Performance of Oracle’s Global Regions
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Evaluating the Performance of Oracle’s Global Regions

    Oracle’s (ORCL) American market, which contributes more than half of the business, maintained stable growth despite a decline in its Hardware segment. The ongoing migration of the on-premise database to the cloud has provided strong support for business growth across all its regions.

  • Oracle’s NetSuite Extends Its Global Presence
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Oracle’s NetSuite Extends Its Global Presence

    Oracle (ORCL), which bought cloud-based ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) operator NetSuite in July 2016, continues to extend its global presence. Its investment of ~$9.3 billion to acquire NetSuite seems to generate positive synergies for the company regarding market expansion and tapping mid-sized firms.

  • Can Oracle Maintain Its Strong Capital Return Policy?
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Can Oracle Maintain Its Strong Capital Return Policy?

    In the last five years, the company paid back ~$53.9 billion in terms of share buybacks and regular dividend payments. The chart above shows that in the last five years, Oracle returned capital at an average of nearly $10.8 billion per year through dividend payments and share repurchase. The company’s management executed a new share buyback of ~$24.0 billion in fiscal 9M18.

  • Fortune10 days ago

    Google Is Now Under Investigation After Oracle Accused It of Secretly Tracking Android Users

    The Oracle-Google feud spills over into the tech-privacy debate.

  • Australia looking into claim Google harvests data while consumers pay
    Reuters10 days ago

    Australia looking into claim Google harvests data while consumers pay

    Google is under investigation in Australia following claims that it collects data from millions of Android smartphone users, who unwittingly pay their telecom service providers for gigabytes consumed by the activity, regulators said on Tuesday. Responding to the latest privacy concerns surrounding Google, a spokesman for the U.S. based search engine operator said the company has users' permission to collect data. "Any charges for transmission of data over a cellular connection, including any location-related data, would be governed by a user's mobile carrier plan," Google said in a statement.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Australia looking into claim Google harvests data while consumers pay

    Google is under investigation in Australia following claims that it collects data from millions of Android smartphone users, who unwittingly pay their telecom service providers for gigabytes consumed by the activity, regulators said on Tuesday. Responding to the latest privacy concerns surrounding Google, a spokesman for the U.S. based search engine operator said the company has users' permission to collect data. "Any charges for transmission of data over a cellular connection, including any location-related data, would be governed by a user's mobile carrier plan," Google said in a statement.