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Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux operating system, warned developers not to use an Oracle-owned file system because of the company’s ‘...
Linux creator Linus Torvalds said he does not feel "safe" adding code from ZFS, built by Oracle's Sun Microsystems, to the Linux open source project.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s salary was just raised to $2 million, but he’s set up to make at least $240 million more if he sticks around an...
Pichai's salary will increase to $2 million, plus millions more in stock, some tied to the company's performance.
Larry Ellison says that Oracle has ‘no plans’ to hire a new co-CEO, meaning Safra Catz will be running the show solo
Larry Ellison says Safra Catz will be Oracle's only CEO, with nobody stepping up to replace the late Mark Hurd.
A look at the most valuable tech companies from 10 years ago shows how much has changed — and that Microsoft and Apple still dominate
Things sure have changed since the dawn of the decade — players like Cisco, Intel, and IBM all hit roadblocks, but Apple and Microsoft only thrived.
Oracle will move its OpenWorld conference to Caesars Forum in Las Vegas because of high hotel rates in San Francisco and "poor street conditions."
Amazon’s cloud boss mocked IBM and Oracle at its big conference with a clever picture showing Amazon Prime shipping boxes
At AWS re:Invent, CEO Andy Jassy showed a slide featuring Amazon Prime boxes and an IBM mainframe as he spoke about moving applications to the cloud.
Safra Catz will remain Oracle’s sole CEO while the company grooms a new exec to replace the late Mark Hurd as co-CEO
Oracle plans to name a president who could be groomed to replace Mark Hurd, the tech giant’s co-CEO who died last month, according to Bloomberg.
Adam Bowen and James Monsees, the cofounders of Juul, had particularly short-lived tenures as billionaires.
Microsoft’s $10 billion Pentagon contract win changes everything in the cloud wars with Amazon. Here’s what you need to know.
Microsoft's win over Amazon Web Services is like if the Washington Nationals won the World Series. Hey, wait.