ORCL

Oracle Corp New York Stock Exchange
$77.73
Open: $78.522 High: $78.96 Low: $77.605 Close: $77.73
Range: 2021-06-23 - 2021-06-24
Volume: 13,674,544
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ORCL
Oracle Corp 500 Oracle Parkway Redwood City CA, 94065 http://www.oracle.com
Oracle Corp is a computer software company. It sells enterprise information technology solutions, including databases, middleware, applications, and hardware. The Company primarily offers software licenses, support, and maintenance services worldwide.
  • CEO: Mark V. Hurd / Safra Ada Catz
  • Employees: 137,000
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Application Software
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    Oracle's (ORCL) new Dynamic Skills Solution provides a constantly-updated employee skills' set database to help HR simplify talent management and acquisition processes.

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  • Why Oracle's Prosperity May Come at the Expense of Oracle Stock

    Oracle's (NYSE: ORCL) management surprised investors last week by announcing a significant increase in its capital expenditures. In past decades, Oracle was a market leader in databases and enterprise software. Its stock price has risen by nearly 50% over the last 12 months and by about 145% over the previous 10 years.

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  • UPDATE 1-Deutsche Bank taps Oracle to simplify its IT, cut costs

    Deutsche Bank has tapped software firm Oracle to simplify its information technology systems, enabling Germany's top lender to cut costs, a Deutsche Bank board member said on Thursday. Deutsche Bank has spent years modernising its computer systems that have repeatedly caused headaches and which former Chief Executive John Cryan had publicly called "lousy". The migration is expected to take three to five years and should help lower Deutsche Bank's total annual costs to 16.7 billion euros ($19.9 billion) by 2022 from the 19.5 billion it posted in 2020.

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  • Deutsche Bank taps Oracle to simplify its IT, cut costs

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Deutsche Bank has tapped software firm Oracle to simplify its information technology systems, enabling Germany's top lender to cut costs, a Deutsche Bank board member said on Thursday. Deutsche Bank has spent years modernising its computer systems that have repeatedly caused headaches and which former Chief Executive John Cryan had publicly called "lousy". The migration is expected to take three to five years and should help lower Deutsche Bank's total annual costs to 16.7 billion euros ($19.9 billion) by 2022 from the 19.5 billion it posted in 2020.

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  • Deutsche Bank Partners with Oracle to Accelerate Technology Modernization

    Oracle and Deutsche Bank, one of the world's largest financial services organizations, today announced a multi-year collaboration to modernize the bank's database technology and accelerate its digital transformation.

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  • Oracle Commits to Powering Its Global Operations with Renewable Energy by 2025

    Today, Oracle expanded its commitment to sustainability by pledging to power its global operations, both its facilities and its cloud, with 100% renewable energy by 2025.

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  • Colleges Modernize Financial Aid Offices with Oracle

    Colleges and universities across the U.S. are adopting Oracle Student Financial Planning (SFP) to make it easier for students to apply for essential financial aid. Part of Oracle Student Cloud, the solution gives students a personalized view of their funding options so they can make better decisions to support their education goals.

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  • Oracle Helps Organizations Build a More Agile Workforce with Skills Insights

    Oracle today announced a new solution to help organizations better understand, manage, and grow the skills of their workforce. Oracle Dynamic Skills, part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM), gives HR and business leaders the insights needed to ensure they have the right talent both now and in the future by providing a comprehensive view of the skills within their workforce. Powered by artificial intelligence (AI), the new capabilities provide business leaders with an always up

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  • New Oracle Support Rewards Program Helps Customers Accelerate Cloud Migrations While Reducing Software License Support Costs

    Oracle today announced a new Oracle Support Rewards program to help customers speed migrations to the cloud while reducing their software license support costs. Now, customers making new commitments to buy Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services can earn rewards that reduce or even eliminate their Oracle on-premises technology licensing support bills.

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  • Oracle to Offer Credits on Support Contracts to New Cloud Database Customers

    Think of it as a frequent-flier program for (ORCL) database customers. At a virtual event later today, Oracle (ticker: ORCL) is set to announce Oracle Support Rewards, a program that will provide credits for support costs to customers that shift workloads to the Oracle Cloud or add brand new cloud-based work. When Oracle reported earnings last week, CEO Safra Catz said the company plans to nearly double capital spending on its cloud business for the May 2022 fiscal year to $4 billion, building out infrastructure to keep up with growth of better than 100% a year.

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  • As Pandemic Concerns Fade, 76% of North Americans Plan To Travel Soon

    After more than a year in lockdown, 76% of consumers in North America plan to travel within the next six months. According to a new Oracle Hospitality survey, 24% of respondents in the US and Canada plan to travel immediately, 31% in the next one to three months, and 21% by the end of the year.

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    The big shareholder groups in Oracle Corporation ( NYSE:ORCL ) have power over the company. Institutions will often...

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    Shares of Oracle are up 25% since a bullish Barron’s cover story in February. Why the turnaround is just getting started.

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  • Microsoft (MSFT) Reportedly Eyeing China Data Center Expansion

    Microsoft is reportedly looking to capitalize on revenue opportunity in the cloud space, especially in Asia-Pacific with data center footprint expansion.

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  • Oracle Corporation (ORCL): Hedge Funds In Wait-and-See Mode

    The latest 13F reporting period has come and gone, and Insider Monkey is again at the forefront when it comes to making use of this gold mine of data. Insider Monkey finished processing 866 13F filings submitted by hedge funds and prominent investors. These filings show these funds’ portfolio positions as of March 31st, 2020. […]

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  • Stock Market Today: Stocks Briefly Sputter as Fed Projects Higher Rates in 2023

    The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that it anticipates rate hikes might be here sooner than previously expected, providing a brief market shakeup.

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  • Oracle Quarterly Earnings Beat; Plans Large Cloud-Computing Investment

    Oracle stock fell as the database software company reported results that beat estimates but its outlook was short of expectations.

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