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A look at Bloomberg's Billionaires Index shows a bump in wealth last year for a number of the usual suspects among technology leaders.
In a wide-ranging interview at the D10 conference, the Oracle CEO opens up about the June 6 announcement of a new cloud-based platform and complete rewrites of CRM and ERP applications.
SAP is building out its cloud platform to tackle collaborative business commerce with the acquisition of Ariba.
Tech reporter Sarah Lacy, who recently quit TechCrunch, launches PandoDaily with $2.5 million in investments to focus on dispatching news about startups.
The database giant is jumping into the cloud customer service game via its acquisition of RightNow. The deal is aimed at the heart of Salesforce.com.
Better IT systems and processes are helping the daily-deals company get closer to break-even ahead of its IPO.
Apparently, Oracle is still seeing a pop in pent-up demand from 2009 and 2010. In other words, it's closing large deals.
Software giant announces plans to sell its enterprise resource planning software as a service, following rivals in the market.
NetSuite launches SuiteCloud Ecosystem in a move to push its customers' core operations in the cloud. A developer program will complement a cloud-computing app marketplace.
Business management software provider reports its fourth-quarter revenue rose 30 percent from a year ago and its net loss shrank.