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Latest Oracle Corp. Items
Oracle's latest quarterly earnings climbed 8 percent, beating analysts' expectations.
Oracle was so pleased with its latest quarter that it apparently couldn't wait to share the news.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison will outline his company's strategy for selling more business software services over the Internet, a rapidly growing concept pioneered by Salesforce.com.
Business software maker Oracle is finally adapting to a shift in computing that is threatening to turn the company into relic.
Oracle is buying Collective Intellect Inc. for an undisclosed sum as it expands its social media tracking services.
A federal judge in San Francisco has handed Oracle another setback in its case against Google. Oracle Corp. had accused Google Inc. of stealing Oracle's Java programming language to build Google's Android software for mobile devices.
Google lashed out at Microsoft and Nokia in a regulatory complaint, accusing them of illegally feeding mobile patents to a technology troll scavenging for billions of dollars in licensing fees that threaten to drive up the prices of cellphones and other wireless devices.
Oracle Corp. received another setback Thursday as a federal judge in San Francisco undermined a central part of the company's multimillion dollar case against Google Inc. over its Android software for mobile devices.
Oracle Corp. had accused Google Inc. of patent and copyright infringement. Much of the dispute is over Google's Android, the mobile operating system that now powers more than 300 million smartphones and tablet computers.