Oracle sales flat, lifts dividend; shares rise

Oracle Corp posted flat third-quarter revenue and slightly lower profit as the U.S. dollar strengthened, but the business software maker on Tuesday raised its quarterly dividend 25 percent to 15 cents a share.

Oracle revenue up 3.5% on strong growth in cloud

Oracle Corp posted a 3.5 percent rise in total revenue in the company`s first quarter since Larry Ellison stepped down as chief executive, bolstered by a 45 percent jump in its fast-growing cloud services business.

Oracle's Ellison got $67.3 million as CEO in 2014

Oracle Corp`s Larry Ellison, who is stepping aside as CEO, received $67.3 million as compensation in that role in 2014, a 15.5 percent drop from a year earlier.

Oracle's Ellison steps aside, co-CEOs Catz and Hurd take over

Oracle Corp longstanding Chief Executive Larry Ellison stepped down on Thursday, to be replaced by younger co-CEOs Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, as the business software company looks to modernize and counter fast-moving, cloud-based rivals.

Oracle loses bid to restore $1.3 bn SAP verdict, could get new trial

Oracle sued SAP in 2007 after noticing thousands of suspicious downloads of its software.

Oracle nears $5 bn deal for Micros Systems: Report

The takeover would value Micros at more than USD67 a share.

Oracle faces scrutiny over $1.3 billion verdict against SAP

Oracle Corp won a verdict against SAP in a case where the European software company admitted massive copyright infringement.

Oracle to buy Responsys for $1.39 billion in cloud software push

Oracle Corp, the world's No. 2 business software maker, said it would buy web-based marketing software maker Responsys Inc for about USD 1.39 billion to bolster its cloud computing offerings.

Oracle’s quarterly results top Wall Street expectations

Oracle Corp gave a quarterly report on Wednesday that created cautious hope of recovery in the software maker`s growth.

Google, Oracle, Red Hat experts to help fix Obamacare website

Experts from top technology and Internet companies including Google Inc , Oracle Corp and Red Hat Inc have joined the Obama administration`s effort to fix its troubled website, a US official said on Thursday.

Java still risky, even after security update: US

Despite a claim released by Oracle Corp that the problem has been fixed, the US Department of Homeland Security has warned that a security update of Java for Web browsers does not do enough to protect computers from attack.

Apple drops Java from Internet browser

Apple Inc is removing old versions of Oracle Corp's Java software from Internet browsers following experts warning Mac users on its security, a news wire has reported.

Oracle paying $2 million to settle SEC charges on India

Software maker Oracle Corp is agreeing to pay USD 2 million to settle federal civil charges of failing to prevent secret payments in its sales operations in India.

Oracle Q4 net income up 8% to $3.5 bn

Oracle Corp has reported a 8 percent growth in net income to USD 3.5 billion in the three months period ended in May 31, 2012 driven by sales of new software licenses.

Micron, Oracle settle lawsuit over chip prices

Micron Technology Inc has settled a lawsuit in which Oracle Corp accused the memory chipmaker and other companies of artificially inflating prices for microchips.

Oracle to buy Taleo for $1.9 bn; cloud war brews

Oracle Corp plans to buy Taleo Corp, a maker of Web-based software for recruiting employees, for about USD 1.9 billion as a war heats up for control over the fast-growing cloud computing market.

Oracle results shock investors, shares plunge

Oracle Corp's earnings fell short of Wall Street's forecasts for the first time in a decade as software and hardware sales sputtered, sending its shares down more than 10 percent and stoking fears a global recession will hurt tech spending.

HP, Intel plotted to keep Itanium processor alive: Oracle

Oracle Corp accused Hewlett-Packard C of "secretly" contracting with Intel Corp to keep Intel's Itanium microprocessor from being phased out, according to a court filing from Oracle in its long-running legal battle with HP over the Itanium platform.

Google rejects Oracle $2.2 billion Android damage claim

Google Inc urged a federal judge to reject an Oracle Corp expert's recommendation that it pay more than USD 2.2 billion for infringing on patents for Java technology used in the Android operating system.

Oracle's net rises 36%, but servers slip

Stronger spending on business software helped Oracle Corp.'s quarterly profit jump 36 percent, but the company's server business further deteriorated, a decline Oracle attributed to its move to shed lower-margin deals.