Fortune’s Most Powerful Women List Has Lots of Tech Stars, With She-Can-Do-Anything Spotlight on Facebook’s Sandberg

I say we scramble all the private jets in Silicon Valley and get the “Lean In” book star to D.C. to lean on some pols to open the government again, tout de suite!
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Oracle’s Results Weren’t So Bad, After All

Sort of good, actually.
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Oracle CEO Ellison Promises “Startling” Cloud News Next Week

Making nicer with Salesforce and Microsoft? This should be interesting.
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Oracle Blames Third-Quarter Miss on Sales Execution

Also, chatter about Hurd may be weighing things down a bit.
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Oracle Delivers a Solid Q2

Results are better than expected. Now can Oracle keep it up?
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Oracle CEO Ellison Got a Big Raise in 2012

It’s good to be Larry.
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Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women” Features Techies: IBM’s Rometty Tops List, but Yahoo’s Mayer Grabs Cover

The women of tech get their due in terms of influence.
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A Dozen Questions for Oracle President Mark Hurd

Oracle’s president talks about keeping a close eye on operating expenses, investing in the future and cloud computing.
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Meanwhile, Back at the Oracle-HP Trial, Safra Catz Takes the Stand

Attention swings back to a San Jose courtroom, and the Itanium trial.
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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman Has a Lot to Say (Interview)

In her first in-person interview with AllThingsD since taking over at HP, she talks about cutting jobs, what she thinks about Oracle and what would happen if she were offered a White House job.
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What Went Wrong With Oracle’s Quarter?

Who's Number Two At Oracle?

Oracle Beats Q2 Earnings Forecasts

Oracle Rests SAP Case, Slams HP CEO