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From: Alejandroo Green12/11/2017 9:38:56 AM
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Technical indicators show bullish crossover in MACD and KDJ.

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From: Sr K12/14/2017 10:34:30 PM
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from today's Q2 2018 news release:

“Oracle will soon deliver the world’s first autonomous “self-driving” database,” said Oracle CTO, Larry Ellison. “The new artificially intelligent Oracle database is fully automated and requires no human labor for administration. If a security vulnerability is detected, the database immediately patches itself while running. No other system can do anything like this. Best of all, we guarantee the price of running the Oracle Autonomous Database in the Oracle Cloud is less than half the cost of running a database in the Amazon Cloud.”

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To: Sr K who wrote (19066)1/4/2018 1:21:46 AM
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2nd Q Results

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From: Alejandroo Green1/4/2018 7:34:50 PM
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Getting ready for the bounce back up. MACD and Stochastic oscillator are triggering buying signal.

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From: Sr K3/27/2018 2:49:53 PM
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on WSJ.com

A federal appeals court revived Oracle’s copyright infringement claims against Google, in a ruling that could give fresh muscle to leading software makers but hamper upstarts developing new apps for computers and smartphones.

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From: Sr K7/12/2019 12:48:19 PM
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Oracle Loses Legal Challenge To Pentagon's $10 Billion Cloud Contract

12:25 PM ET 07/12/2019
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Oracle argued that the contract violated procurement laws after it failed to meet certain "gate criteria" that were set as part of the JEDI acquisition process. Oracle questioned the rationality of the criteria, but the judge said the department was within its rights to establish the gates.

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From: Sr K10/18/2019 3:04:20 PM
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10/18/2019

1:29 PM

Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd dies at 62

"Mark was my close and irreplaceable friend, and trusted colleague," Ellison wrote in an email to Oracle employees.

"Oracle has lost a brilliant and beloved leader who personally touched the lives of so many of us during his decade at Oracle."

Hurd joined Oracle as co-president in September 2010, a month after he was ousted in a controversial fashion from Hewlett-Packard Co, where he had been chief executive since 2005.

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Wedbush Securities Steve Koenig, said he does not see any changes in how the company will be run.

"Safra and Larry have been long-time collaborators and partners in leading Oracle, and the company has a deep bench of sales talent."

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From: Sr K9/15/2020 12:19:07 AM
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Updated Sept. 14, 2020 8:59 pm

Oracle Corp. is one of the most lucrative but unflashy companies in Silicon Valley, a provider of business software and consulting services. Now, it is poised to become the U.S. partner for TikTok, the smash Chinese social-media app that has become a staple on the smartphones of millions of American teenagers.

The emergence of this oddball alliance is the latest twist in six weeks of negotiations that bear little resemblance to regular deal talks, driven by U.S.-China tensions, commercial rivalries and President Trump’s personal interventions.

TikTok parent ByteDance Ltd. confirmed on Monday it had submitted a proposal to the U.S. government that the Beijing company says would solve the Trump administration’s longstanding security concerns about a Chinese-owned app possessing the data on American users.

Details were scant, and many people close to the deal cautioned that much still needed to be decided and that it could still unravel.

The talks took multiple unexpected turns, and at various times drew in some of the biggest names in global business, including Walmart Inc. Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google, and featured high-level political maneuvering.

Oracle isn’t believed to be getting a majority stake in TikTok, according to people familiar with the matter, despite Mr. Trump’s demand that it get sold. Instead, ByteDance’s plan involves a series of moves to address the national-security issues without having to either sell the U.S. operations outright or surrender the prized algorithms that power the app and make it so compelling to users, the people said. Some of the people also said Oracle would have access to view the algorithm’s source code and how it works.

Among other things, the ByteDance proposal will involve expanding TikTok’s U.S. offices to become the global headquarters and having Oracle certify the security of the app’s data, the people said.

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From: Sr K10/7/2020 9:37:47 AM
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Supreme Court to mull Google bid to end Oracle copyright suit

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Courton Wednesday is set to consider whether to protect Alphabet Inc's Google from a long-running lawsuit by Oracle Corp accusing it of infringing Oracle copyrights to build the Android operating system that runs most of the world's smartphones.

The shorthanded court, down one justice following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month, is scheduled to hear oral arguments in Google's appeal of a lower court ruling reviving the lawsuit in which Oracle has sought at least $8 billion in damages. The arguments will be held by teleconference because of the coronavirus pandemic.

A jury cleared Google in 2016, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned that decision in 2018, finding that Google's inclusion of Oracle's software code in Android was not permissible under U.S. copyright law.

Oracle and Google, two California-based technology giants with combined annual revenues of more than $190 billion, have been feuding since Oracle sued for copyright infringement in 2010 in federal court in San Francisco. The case's outcome will help determine the level of copyright protection for software, according to intellectual property lawyers.

Oracle accused Google of copying thousands of lines of computer code from its popular Java programming language without a license in order to make Android, a competing platform that has harmed Oracle's business.

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From: Following-Mr.Pink10/23/2020 4:09:33 PM
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No one mentioning the ORCL-TikTok deal in establishing oracle's cloud platform?

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