Adobe Systems Inc. rose to a record after the company said yesterday that it signed up online customers at a faster-than-projected clip, adding to evidence the largest maker of graphic-design software is reducing its dependence on the slumping personal-computer market.
Salesforce.com Inc. introduced an overhauled version of its mobile software, seeking to ensure clients and partners will be able to use more features of the company’s sales, marketing and customer service software.
Oracle Corp. declined in late trading after an unexpected drop in hardware sales suggested the largest maker of database software may not be benefiting as much as predicted from its acquisition of Sun Microsystems Inc.
Oracle Corp. dropped in U.S. trading after reporting a decline in hardware sales, fueling concern the top maker of database software may not be benefiting as much as predicted from its Sun Microsystems Inc. acquisition.
Oracle Corp. reported sales and profit that missed analysts’ estimates as corporate customers transitioning to Web-based programs bought less hardware and software. The shares fell the most since 2011.
Oracle Corp. introduced two new computer systems, one with faster data access and another for organizing information from the Web, as it aims to win market share from International Business Machines Corp. and SAP AG.