Oracle Excels amid a Tough Outlook

The software maker's results beat analyst expectations. But will its strategy work in the face of slowing IT spending?

The last time software maker Oracle reported quarterly results, investors got an unpleasant surprise. Sales fell short of expectations, Oracle's stock fell, and Wall Street questioned the company's ability to shrug off a slowdown in technology spending. The doubts proved to be short-lived.

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