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Oversize #04: The resilience of Oracle

Larry Ellison Oracle

For a while, Oracle had the typical big-tech problem—often late to the market, too comfortable with the traditional enterprise business and large, bureaucratic setups. Amazon, Google, a resurgent Microsoft and a host of new cloud and software-as-a-service companies flooded the market. In the first issue of Oversize, I wrote about IBM’s similar conundrums. That said, Oracle has now posted double-digit growth in constant currency earnings per share for the third […]

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