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OracleVoice: Oracle And Open Source: 3 New Container Projects Show Company's Commitment
Forbes • Chris Murphy, Oracle
B2B Standard-Based Integration Content Optimizes Inter-Business Communications
SAP Blogs • Christopher Aron
Google Keeps Employees Confused During Wage Gap Investigation, Says Fed
Wired • Nitasha Tiku
You Can Rework Company Culture. Start by Reworking Your Office
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Charter Invests In TV Analytics Upstart 605 To Up The Ante On Audience Data
AdExchanger • Kelly Liyakasa
Exclusive: Former Red Hat CFO Joins CloudBees
Fortune Magazine • Barb Darrow
After Microsoft's Dazzling Q4, Can Amazon Or Salesforce Catch Up In The Cloud?
Forbes • Bob Evans, Contributor
Shipbroking’s future – new technologies threaten an ancient business model
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From Elon Musk to Bill Gates: Tech’s Most Dubious Promises
WiredJohn Pavlus
Last week, Elon Musk dashed off 125 characters announcing a remarkably ambitious plan to send Amtrak to an early grave. “Just received verbal govt approval for The Boring Company to build an underground NY-Phil-Balt-DC Hyperloop. NY-DC in 29 mins,” he proclaimed in...
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Nielsen Media Research, Oracle Corp
CPG, TV Measurement Clients Fuel Nielsen Marketing Cloud’s Growth
AdExchangerKelly Liyakasa
Nielsen’s specialty is media measurement, not mar tech. But a slew of new Nielsen Marketing Cloud wins may help change that perception. Despite the presence of data management platforms from Salesforce, Adobe and Oracle, Nielsen Marketing Cloud just had its largest-ever quarter...
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Cloud Computing Services, Oracle Corp
OracleVoice: Oracle And Open Source: 3 New Container Projects Show Company's Commitment
ForbesChris Murphy, Oracle
Containers have soared in popularity among developers for the simple reason that they make their lives easier. But the spirit of open source software is that there’s always a way to improve, through a community of collaborators. Count Vish Abrams and his...
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Oracle Corp, Technology Industry
B2B Standard-Based Integration Content Optimizes Inter-Business Communications
SAP BlogsChristopher Aron
SAP recently released our first set of prepackaged Business to Business (B2B) integration modules for our Cloud Integration service. This first set of B2B modules, which have been posted to our Integration content catalog, include both EDIFACT and ASC-X12 based capabilities. Over...
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Google Inc, Oracle Corp
Google Keeps Employees Confused During Wage Gap Investigation, Says Fed
WiredNitasha Tiku
The Department of Labor’s increasingly heated dispute with Google over a gender pay gap began, innocently enough, with a routine audit. As a federal contractor, Google must comply with the US government’s nondiscrimination and affirmative action statutes. In 2015, Google’s number randomly...
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Human Resources, Oracle Corp
You Can Rework Company Culture. Start by Reworking Your Office
Inc.Jennifer Walton
Variations of the maxim ″culture eats strategy for breakfast″ have shown up in business journals for decades, usually attributed to a high-profile CEO. In truth, culture and strategy feed each other, but only culture can inspire, encourage teamwork, and build loyalty. Culture...
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Advertising Industry, Cablevision Systems Corp
Charter Invests In TV Analytics Upstart 605 To Up The Ante On Audience Data
AdExchangerKelly Liyakasa
Charter, the US cable conglomerate second only to Comcast in subscriber count, has made a strategic investment in 605 Group, the TV analytics startup founded by former Cablevision ad execs. Although financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, Charter has struck a...
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Cloud Computing Services, Google Inc
Exclusive: Former Red Hat CFO Joins CloudBees
Fortune MagazineBarb Darrow
Charlie Peters, who was chief financial officer for business software firm Red Hat (rht, +0.52%) for 11 years, has come out of retirement to take on the same role at CloudBees, another business-focused open-source software company. Red Hat, which sells a version...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
After Microsoft's Dazzling Q4, Can Amazon Or Salesforce Catch Up In The Cloud?
ForbesBob Evans, Contributor
(Note: After an award-winning career in the media business covering the tech industry, Bob Evans was VP of Strategic Communications at SAP in 2011, and Chief Communications Officer at Oracle from 2012 to 2016. He now runs his own firm, Evans Strategic...
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Oracle Corp, SAP AG
Shipbroking’s future – new technologies threaten an ancient business model
SAP BlogsPierre Fourie
Intermediaries (brokers or middlemen as it is more commonly known) have fulfilled a critical function in human and commercial interaction since early times. They facilitated deal making between demand and supply of all sorts ranging from the seedy part to high-end finance....
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