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Forbes • Linda Currey Post, Oracle
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Prairie Home Companion begins with a mischievous maxim that all children in Lake Wobegon are above average. The equivalent adage in Silicon Valley goes like this: Every insider acts like an outsider. This adage reflects mythology as well as savvy public relations....
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Navigating Cloudy Waters: Understanding The Cloud Computing Majors
Seeking AlphaBeulah Meriam K.
Summary This article attempts to highlight the cloud strengths of the world's top cloud computing service providers. Five companies have been picked for this analysis, and their individual strengths have been showcased. I also try to build an investment case for each...
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The Next Billion-Dollar Boom in Chinese Tech
The Wall Street JournalLi Yuan
As much as the world heralds the success of China tech, it’s confined largely to consumer business. Where the U.S. has Facebook, Amazon and Google, China has Tencent, Alibaba and Baidu. Chinese companies are good at developing applications that help hundreds of...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cisco Systems Inc
Uber Hack Raises Question of How to Secure Data in the Cloud
The Wall Street JournalSteve Rosenbush
The massive breach of data tied to the customers and drivers of Uber Technologies Inc. raises questions about how data can be secured in an environment where the technological boundaries of a corporation are indefinite, given the rise of the cloud. Uber...
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Cloud Computing Services, Google Inc
Google Got Caught Secretly Recording Android Users’ Location Data. But Who Blew the Whistle?
Fortune MagazineDavid Meyer
Google has been secretly recording Android users’ location information even if they had turned off location services on their phones, a new report has revealed. And, in a curious twist to the tale, a leading security researcher has claimed that Google nemesis...
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Microsoft Corp, Oracle Corp
Stop Using Excel, Finance Chiefs Tell Staffs
The Wall Street JournalTatyana Shumsky
Adobe Inc.’s . finance chief Mark Garrett says his team struggles keeping track of which jobs have been filled at the software company. The process can take days and requires finance staff to pull data from disparate systems that house financial and...
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eRetail, Oracle Corp
OracleVoice: Artificial Intelligence To Provide A Better Holiday Shopping Experience
ForbesLinda Currey Post, Oracle
As the holiday gift-giving season approaches, retailers are bracing to meet the expectations of increasingly sophisticated online shoppers. Those consumers want their favorite retail sites to recognize them when they log in, know their shopping history, and offer up informed suggestions of...
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AT&T Case Vaults Antitrust Chief From Obscurity to Spotlight
BloombergDavid Mclaughlin
Makan Delrahim leads U.S. effort to block Time Warner takeover Lawsuit filed weeks after new chief joined antitrust division Makan Delrahim was virtually unknown outside the insular world of antitrust law until he dropped a bombshell lawsuit this week to block AT&T...
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Accounting, Oracle Corp
UPDATE 3-Salesforce forecasts profit below expectations
ReutersArjun Panchadar
() - Salesforce.com Inc (CRM.N) forecast fourth-quarter profit slightly below market expectations, hurting its shares even as profits and revenues rose on the back of strong demand for its cloud-based sales and marketing software. San Francisco-based Salesforce said on Tuesday that it...
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National Broadcasting Company, Oracle Corp
DOJ antitrust chief blocking AT&T-Time Warner deal didn't see issue a year ago
CNBCLiz Moyer
When AT&T and Time Warner announced their $85 billion blockbuster merger in October 2016, politicians immediately said the deal would be scrutinized for its potential to raise prices for consumers. But then- Pepperdine University law professor Makan Delrahim, who had served in...
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