SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Business software maker Oracle Corp expects to gain "a ton" of market share in Brazil, Chief Executive Mark Hurd said on Tuesday, adding that hiring has become easier during the economic downturn. (Reporting by Brad Haynes) Join the conversation about this story »
At Oracle HCM World in Chicago, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd maintained that getting employees “engaged” in their work is a productivity mechanism that will contribute directly to a company’s bottom line.
In recent interviews, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd offered his analysis of the fast-growing cloud sector.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd estimates that in 10 years, all enterprise development and testing of IT systems—so-called dev-test—will be done using cloud-based platforms, infrastructure, and software.
VideoIn an exclusive interview, Mark Hurd, CEO of Oracle Corp, details Oracle's cloud strategy and how it’s mounting an aggressive challenge to public cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Salesforce and Workday, while its legacy enterprise competitors such as EMC and SAP scramble for survival in a [...]
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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich took the stage Sunday night with Oracle CEO Mark Hurd during the opening night at Oracle's tech conference. The two companies have been partners for decades but now, they have a new common competitor: IBM. This...Show More Summary
Oracle Corp.’s founder and longtime chief executive Larry Ellison made $63.6 million in 2014, and new co-CEOs Safra Catz and Mark Hurd saw increases largely tied to stock compensation from their new posts.
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