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Larry Ellison is gone at Oracle (ORCL) ! What does that mean to the stock ?

Oracle closed on Thursday at $41.55 and right after that their CEO, Larry Ellison stepped down. What does this mean for the stock ? Look out below or a welcome relief ?


It's a Sticky Situation

The Sticky Stuff in the Forest

By Bruce Rottink, Volunteer Nature Guide and Retired Research Forester


To the Native Americans who lived in the Tryon Creek area, it was ”the super glue of the forest.” Among other uses, they used it to help fasten together parts of tools. 1,039 more words

Plants & Wildlife

Mmm... Maple!

Love From Wisconsin is excited to announce another vendor we’re working with! Meet our new friend Tim Sternitzky, of The Maple Dude.
Tim learned the skill of “sugar making” from his father and grandfather. 158 more words


SAP PI Migration Checklist along with solution

Hi Friends,

PFB updated PI post configuration excel sheet along with solution. Please let me know if your need further details.

PI Post configuration_updated


Sabarish Vasudevan.


SAP WCEM / Web Channel Experience Management Consultant

Ideal candidate should have 2+ years of relevant experience in SAP WCEM

Exp : 4 – 8 Years
Loc : Bangalore / Pune / Chennai… 214 more words

IT Jobs

Simply Fast

The fundamental question for today’s business manager is: “How can we get to speed?”

Speed is key.  Even back in the late 19th century, Elbert Hubbard, a US writer and philosopher, thought progress was happening at a rapid pace as he wrote, “The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can’t be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it.” 316 more words


SAPTAC : Web Development Technology

Reports which once took many man hours to produce can now be customised and delivered to desktops across the enterprise in minutes. The best-of-breed technology that we recommend is to support a wide variety of reporting needs, including managed enterprise reporting, ad-hoc reporting, embedded reporting, and Web-based reporting. 262 more words