Oracle feels the force of the Supremes
The US Supreme Court gone all death star on Oracle's petition against the Pentagon's vendor selection for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract and sent Oracle's mighty briefs packing.
Has to pay HPE
The Supreme Court of California has thrown out Oracle's appeal against a decision to award $3 billion damages to HPE in a case which dates back a decade and relates to Big Red's commitment to develop on Itanium hardware.
Sells qualified leads
Oracle announced on Monday a new system that it says will use artificial intelligence to automate key parts of digital marketing campaigns.
Oracle disappointed the expectation of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by forecasting current quarter profit below Wall Street estimates.
Banned from twitter
A tweet from Oracle Executive VP Ken Glueck goading his followers into harassing a female reporter was found to violate Twitter's policies.
Ten years and finally common sense
The US Supreme Court ruled that Alphabet's Google didn't commit copyright infringement when it used Oracle's programming code in the Android operating system, sparing Google from what could have been a multibillion dollar award.
Hitting its contacts
While the world reports how 44 attorneys general hit Google with two antitrust complaints last week, Bloomberg has uncovered evidence which suggests the suit is the result of years of lobbying by Oracle.
Thanks to cloud and software licensing
Oracle beat Wall Street estimates for second-quarter profit and revenue on Thursday, as remote work trends boosted cloud product and software licensing sales.
Your 15 year old can expect a comprehensive licencing agreement
The owner of TikTok has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as the American tech partner that could help keep the popular video-sharing app running in the US.