الجمعة، 21 سبتمبر، 2012

24 percent "decline" in sales of computer equipment giant Oracle

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Oracle Corp. announced that quarterly sales of computer equipment fell
24% on an annual basis while working hard to bring about a qualitative leap in the unit computers that have fallen to when buying Sun Microsystems.

The company, which managed and Silicon Valley billionaire Larry Ellison, the value of sales of computer equipment fell to $ 779 million in the first quarter of its fiscal year ending August 31, according to Reuters.

She had expected a decline of 7 to 17%. Oracle also said that sales of new computer programs increased by 6% from a year earlier to $ 1.6 billion, an increase in line with the company's expectations.

Oracle recorded the third largest software maker in the world profit in the first quarter, with the exclusion of provisions amounted to 53 cents per share, which is in line with the median forecast in a Thomson Reuters survey IBM ESI.
Was little changed on Oracle shares in subsequent trading after closing in the Nasdaq market closed at 32.26 dollars.

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