Oracle Shakes Off Wall Street’s Worries, Beats Estimates in Q2

A solid beat puts concerns of a slow quarter to rest.

Oracle May Be Flat in Q2, but It May Be Warming Up for a Strong 2014

Sales may even fall when it reports earnings on Wednesday. But new products could fuel good news next year.

HP and Its CEO Must Answer Shareholder Lawsuit Over Disastrous Autonomy Deal

A federal judge wants to know what Meg Whitman knew about Autonomy, and when she knew it.

Seven Questions for Lance Crosby, CEO of SoftLayer, IBM’s New Cloud Company

Suddenly, Big Blue is kind of big in the cloud business.

SAP Cutting Back on Development of Business ByDesign

Good news for NetSuite.

Oracle Beats IBM to Become No. 2 Software Company by Revenue

After Microsoft, of course.

Druva, a Data Protection Platform, Lands $25 Million Series C

Protecting and tracking corporate data wherever it goes.

Despite Tough Market, IBM Looking Solid Ahead of Q3 Results

Lots of complications.

HP’s Whitman Sees 2014 as a “Pivotal Year” in Turnaround Effort

Meg Whitman must convince Wall Street that the turnaround plan remains on track.


Database Company MongoDB Raises $150M to Chip Away at Oracle

Fast-growing Internet database company MongoDB Inc. has raised $150 million in what the company says is the largest funding round ever for a database company.