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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Oracle Corp.
Officials with Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange said the full online Cover Oregon portal will not be open to the public before the end of March, when nearly all Americans are required to have insurance under the federal health care law.
Software billionaire Larry Ellison says in a book excerpt that he'd like to have the next America's Cup in Hawaii, although his sailing team CEO says officials are still in the process of picking a venue.
More than five months after Oregon's botched health-insurance exchange failed to go live, concern is mounting for another, less visible state IT project that was built in conjunction with the exchange, using the same technology.
Two bills aimed at rectifying the problems at Cover Oregon and avoiding repeats in the future advanced in the Oregon Legislature on Tuesday, garnering overwhelming support despite warnings from critics that they will have little effect.
Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange said Monday it will pay its main technology contractor much of the money it's been withholding in payments, in exchange for Oracle's promise to continue working with the state during a transition period.
Carolyn Lawson, the Oregon Health Authority's senior IT manager who resigned in the wake of the state's health-insurance exchange fiasco, said she is not to blame for Cover Oregon's botched rollout.
A state official says independent investigators looking into the Cover Oregon failures have not been able to talk to six employees of Oracle Corp. whom they've asked to interview.
Oracle Corp. is pulling nearly two-thirds of its software developers from Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange project, even though the public still doesn't have access to the promised seamless, swift sign-ups for coverage, and key features are unfinished.
Property records indicate Larry Ellison has been buying almost two dozen homes on Lanai for $40 million.
The chance to win a third straight America's Cup with Oracle Team USA was a bigger allure to skipper Jimmy Spithill than taking a big-money offer from a foreign challenger.
The next America's Cup could be sailed off a Hawaiian beach, on San Diego Bay or in some other port instead of returning to a San Francisco Bay course bordered by the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island.
State lawmakers grilled the leader of Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange Wednesday about whether Cover Oregon's technology and reputation can ever recover from widespread problems with an online enrollment system.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Gov. John Kitzhaber said Thursday the state has hired a firm to conduct an independent review of what went wrong with Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange.
Strong Castle, a company headed by a former military prep-school student who never served in the armed forces, won Internal Revenue Service contracts potentially worth more than $500 million reserved for companies owned by disabled veterans.
Is Michael Dell's attempt to gain more control over his company about to turn into a financial tug-of-war?