A new giant is starting to flex its muscles in cloud computing. And it isn’t some upstart—it’s a company that you think you know, hiding in plain sight.
We’re talking about Oracle (ticker: ORCL)—yes, Oracle—the software powerhouse co-founded in 1977 by Larry Ellison, Silicon Valley’s evil genius. He built Oracle in his own image, with an aggressive sales team and a ferocious competitive style. The approach worked well for a long time, until Oracle got mired in a rut.
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