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Oracle Corporation (ORCL)

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48.975+0.145 (+0.297%)
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Previous Close48.830
Bid48.980 x 2100
Ask48.990 x 3200
Day's Range48.760 - 49.030
52 Week Range37.620 - 51.850
Avg. Volume13,110,128
Market Cap202.59B
PE Ratio (TTM)22.16
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.76 (1.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-07-17
1y Target EstN/A
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  • TheStreet.com35 minutes ago

    How Microsoft and Other Software Giants Are Growing in a Cloud-Focused World

    While hardware peers are seeing heavy sales pressure, many enterprise software giants are doing just fine as businesses learn to love the cloud.

  • Barrons.com10 minutes ago

    Workday CTO Swete Corrects Larry Ellison, Talks New Software Frontiers

    Recently, I spoke with phone with Stan Swete, the chief technology officer of Workday (WDAY), the cloud computing company that competes with Oracle (ORCL) and other traditional enterprise software vendors. The conversation was prompted by my having noticed a comment by Oracle’s founder, chairman, and CTO, Larry Ellison, back in September, during Oracle's annual analyst day meeting, regarding Workday and its technology. Ellison, who is rather obsessed with defeating Workday, more so than he seems to care about defeating Salesforce.com (CRM), chided Workday back in September for what he said was their attempt to build their own database, as he put it: They [Workday] decided not only were they going to build an HCM suite which they did, they are going to also build an ERP suite, much bigger job, 10 times bigger job, easily, but they are going to build their own database.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 hours ago

    [$$] How Oracle Engineered Its Sales Staff for the Cloud

    Oracle Corp. is starting to see the positive results of remaking its sales force as it confronts longstanding questions from Wall Street about the software company’s commitment to cloud computing.