Paul Sakuma/APOracle President Mark Hurd By Catherine Boyle Mark Hurd, one of the rumored leading contenders to replace Steve Ballmer as chief executive of Microsoft, told CNBC that he is "not planning" to move from his current job as...Show More Summary
Oracle president Mark Hurd threw his own hat out of the ring to replace Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer, telling CNBC that he doesn’t intend to leave his current post. “I’m very happy at Oracle; I plan on going nowhere,” Hurd told CNBC on Tuesday morning. “It is a great place to be at Oracle. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal reports Mark Hurd and Alan Mulally are in the mix. Do Microsoft investors want an insider, or an outsider?
Microsoft directors have talked to 8 external CEO candidates, including Oracle co-prez Mark Hurd, the Wall Street Journal reported.
We've been closely watching Oracle president Mark Hurd's overhaul of Oracle's salesforce. Hurd's plans have been controversial within the company and have caused a long string of Oracle's most experienced salespeople to quit, sources have told us. Show More Summary
The oldest, most heated rivalry in the enterprise tech world has just flared up again. SAP's billionaire cofounder, Hasso Plattner, is now throwing punches at Oracle president Mark Hurd. Plattner wrote in a blog post on Monday, "When...Show More Summary
We've been closely watching Oracle President Mark Hurd's attempt to overhaul the company's sales force. Hurd's plan is risky for Oracle because the company has always been known to be one of the best-paying tech companies for sales jobs. Show More Summary
At a press conference he also talks about the IT spending environment.
Oracle (ORCL) Q1 2014 Earnings Call September 18, 2013 5:00 pm ET Executives Ken Bond Safra Ada Catz - President, Chief Financial Officer and Director Mark V. Hurd - President and Director Analysts John S. DiFucci - JP Morgan Chase & Co, Research Division Raimo Lenschow - Barclays Capital, Research Division Joel P. Show More Summary
Enterprise software giant Oracle reports its quarterly earnings this week. If the company doesn't meet Wall Street's expectations, that will be three startling earnings misses in a row. Another whiff will not be good news for Oracle's once-unstoppable stock price, which has languished for the last two years. Show More Summary
Oracle probably isn't the first company that comes to mind when words like "austerity" are used. Perhaps for that very reason Oracle president Mark Hurd recently took to the blog-o-sphere to argue that going all-in with Oracle, even at a premium price, delivers better value. Show More Summary
A U.S. District Judge has dismissed a shareholder lawsuit over the lewd conduct of former HP CEO and chairman Mark Hurd, who resigned in 2010 after a marketing consultant named Jodie Fisher accused him of sexual harassment. The accusations turned … Continue reading ?
Not material, a federal judge says.
(Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Co and its former chief executive, Mark Hurd, have won dismissal of a lawsuit that challenged the computer maker's public commitment to ethics at a time when Hurd was allegedly engaging in sexual harassme...
EXCLUSIVE: Taylor Handley (Vegas) is set to co-star opposite Ruth Bradley in USA Network’s period alien drama pilot Horizon. Also cast in the project, executive produced by Gale Anne Hurd, is Mark Famiglietti. Set during the height of...Show More Summary
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer, its Azure chief Satya Nadella and Oracle's president Mark Hurd are holding a joint press conference next week, just two days before Microsoft's Build developer conference is scheduled to kick off in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Oracle Corporation (ORCL) F4Q 2013 Earnings Conference Call June 20, 2013 5:00 pm ET Executives Ken Bond – Vice President, Investor Relations Safra A. Catz – President and Chief Financial Officer Mark Hurd – President Lawrence J. Ellison – Chief Executive Officer Analysts Kash Rangan – Bank of America Merrill Lynch Brent Thill – UBS Equities Jason A. Show More Summary
No change, even if it's Carl Icahn doing the asking.
Isn't it high time for spring cleaning in this boardroom?
When Hewlett-Packard parted ways with former CEO Mark Hurd, the scandal-tinged affair left a bad taste in many an investor's mouth. The company and its shareholders took a broom to the boardroom, sweeping out many of the people responsible for HP's strategy in the Hurd era. Show More Summary