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Though the software giant beat estimates, its soft cloud revenue forecast raises questions about how well it's competing against the likes of Salesforce and Workday.
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Cloud adoption and other trends are making life tough for the some of the storage industry's traditional giants.
Many of the new cloud services Amazon just launched address customer demands in high-interest fields such as AI, IoT and video. Along the way, it's also countering popular services from rivals.
Tech IPO investors have shown a liking for enterprise software upstarts this year. They've been less fond of consumer Internet companies up against big-name rivals.
Reactions to results of Big Blue and Lam Research are about the future, not the past.
Forbes just revealed its annual list of the richest Americans. Did your favorite neighborhood billionaire make the cut?
Automatic Data Processing could learn a thing or two from the two consumer products giants when it comes to a commitment to innovation.
Though Oracle's new 18c database could lower labor costs for companies managing their own databases, it's competing against reasonably-priced managed services from rivals.
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Salesforce shares are up 40% since the start of the year.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
Here is what to watch in Oracle's earnings report on Thursday.
Oracle's push into cloud computing is giving it the right stuff to beat Street estimates.
U.S. companies that have significant sales in Europe are about to reap the benefits of a weak greenback.
The business has accelerated rather dramatically.
While hardware peers are seeing heavy sales pressure, many enterprise software giants are doing just fine as businesses learn to love the cloud.