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From: JakeStraw9/7/2016 3:18:11 PM
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Oracle Buys Cloud Logistics Specialist LogFire
investopedia.com

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (19047)9/7/2016 7:27:51 PM
From: Sr K
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TROW challenges the Oracle acquisition of Netsuite.

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From: Sr K9/17/2016 12:33:50 PM
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Oracle bought back 49 m shares for ~$2b in Q1 (ended Aug 31, 2016).

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From: Sr K9/21/2016 12:48:58 AM
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Excerpt from Marketwatch, after day 2 of Oracle's OpenWorld user conference in San Francisco:

8:15 PM EDT

Oracle's Larry Ellison has a new target: Amazon

In a second keynote and demo on Tuesday afternoon, Ellison went even further, disparaging some of Amazon's software applications offered by AWS, the closed nature of their applications and their shortfalls compared to Oracle.

"AWS is more closed than an IBM mainframe," Ellison said. "People are saying that is ridiculous. How can that be," he said, adding that when IBM's mainframes were the dominant computing power, companies like Amdahl and Fujitsu developed IBM mainframe clones that you could run your workload on. Ellison also backed his hyperbole with some prices and other data. He said Oracle's recently released Exadata Express costs customers $175 a month, compared with Amazon's database offering, Aurora, at $245 a month, versus Oracle's own database running on AWS at $327 a month.

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From: Sr K11/7/2016 5:43:43 AM
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Briefing.com

1:59 am On The Wires

Oracle (ORCL) announced that a majority of the unaffiliated shares of NetSuite (N) were validly tendered and the other conditions to the tender offer have been satisfied. The acquisition of NetSuite will be consummated by Oracle on Monday, November 7, 2016.

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To: Sr K who wrote (19051)12/4/2016 8:20:33 AM
From: drmicrocap
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In The News: ORCL

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From: JakeStraw12/14/2016 9:53:55 AM
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Oracle’s first earnings report since NetSuite deal closed should give clues on race to $10 billion in cloud revenue, as well as AWS rivalry
marketwatch.com

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From: JakeStraw1/19/2017 8:06:49 AM
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Oracle Buys Apiary
finance.yahoo.com

Apiary, whose pioneering APIFlow solution provides the framework and tools for developing application programming interfaces (APIs) that share enterprise services and data and help create modern, cloud-based applications and experiences.

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From: Sr K2/10/2017 8:29:38 PM
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I was wondering why ORCL crept up late this week.

Maybe it was the 155-page appeal in the Java copyright case vs. Google (Alphabet).

finance.yahoo.com

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To: Sr K who wrote (19055)2/12/2017 10:25:17 AM
From: Sr K
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Additional info from a link on Yahoo:

siliconbeat.com

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