Oracle Corp

Are more contract crackdowns on the way?

What do Oracle's recent troubles with GSA and Lockheed Martin's cost overrun issues on a satellite contract teach the rest of the indsutry?

GSA kills Oracle's IT services contract

Software company's battles with GSA continue but this time Oracle's professional services get hit.

Anonymous targets cyber bill supporters

New hacker campaign also promises in-person protests outside offices of supporters of Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.

Contractor fired after criticizing USAJobs

An Oracle manager loses his job a few days after his comments appear in a newspaper.

Oracle makes $1.5B cloud acquisition

Plan to purchase RightNow Technologies builds customer service capabilities and solidifies Oracle's commitment to the public cloud.

Oracle settlement of false claim lawsuit could top $200M

Oracle failed to keep a contractual agreement with GSA in 1998.

Oracle jumps into public cloud arena

CEO Larry Ellison launches Oracle Public Cloud at the Oracle OpenWorld conference.

Oracle recruits HP hardware partners, report says

Oracle sets its sights on recruiting HP resellers to grow rapidly over the next year.

Possible Oracle bid led to HP's quick CEO swap, report says

Hewlett-Packard Co. acted quickly when they replaced CEO Leo Apotheker because they were concerned that plummeting shares would make the company vulnerable to a bid from Oracle Corp.

DISA plans Oracle Financials project

The Defense Information Systems Agency is gathering data on at least five task areas for a project to implement Oracle Financials.

Oracle, HP fight intensifies

Companies trade accusations over the future of Itanium servers.

Oracle pays $46M to settle false-claims charges against Sun

Oracle Corp. has agreed to settle allegations against Sun Microsystems Inc. What did the Justice Department accuse them of doing?

Oracle-Sun deal still causing pain

When Oracle Corp. completed its $7 billion purchase of Sun Microsystems in January 2010, changes were expected. But what move still is still causing pain for its resellers?

HP taps outsider as CEO

Once again, Hewlett-Packard Co. has turned to an outsider, naming Leo Apotheker as president and CEO and former Oracle President Ray Lane as non-executive chairman.

Cisco and Westcon pay $48M to settle GSA pricing dispute

Cisco Systems and Westcon Group North America will pay the government $48 million to settle claims that they made misrepresentations to the General Services Administration in violation of the False Claims Act.

Oracle enters private cloud fray

Government agencies looking to set up private cloud infrastructures have another option now that Oracle has entered the fray, joining rivals Hewlett-Packard and IBM.

Ellison warns HP: Hurd suit jeopardizes cooperation

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has joined the escalating war of words between Hewlett-Packard Corp. and Oracle over the future employment status of HP’s former chairman and CEO, Mark Hurd.