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December 13, 2001 Oracle Reports Fiscal Second Quarter Results Earnings per Share $0.10; 35% Operating Margin
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. 13-DEC-2001 06:00 AM Today, Oracle Corporation announced second quarter revenues of $2.4 billion and net income of $549 million. Earnings per share of $0.10 compares with $0.11 in Q2 last year. Second quarter operating margins were 35% versus 36% last year. New software license sales were down 27%, while software license renewals and product support services were up 8% and 12%, respectively. Services revenue was flat with the prior year. "For Oracle, this quarter included the September 11th tragedy and its impact on an already weak economy," said Oracle CFO, Jeff Henley. "In a difficult economy we are gratified that our business automation has allowed us to continuously take cost out of our business while expanding our engineering capacity." "It was our toughest quarter in a decade, but we still made over $800 million dollars in operating profit and a 35% operating margin. When the economy improves, we will earn a lot more," said Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. "With...
September 17, 2001 Oracle Delivers Record Profits in Q1 Earnings per Share 9 Cents; Operating Margin Up 13%
Oracle Delivers Record Profits in Q1 Earnings Per Share 9 Cents; Operating Margin Up 13% World's largest steel company running entire business on E-Business Suite Eighteen-month project is expected to save Billions of Dollars REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. 17-SEP-2001 01:00 AM Last Thursday, Oracle Corporation announced record first quarter income of $511 million on revenue of $2.2 billion. Earnings per share increased to $0.09 compared with $0.08 in Q1 last year. First quarter operating margins increased from 29% last year to 33% this year. New software license sales were down 8%, while software license renewals plus product support services were up 9%. Consulting was down 4%, and education was down 1%. "Given the weak economy, we're pretty happy with our results this quarter," said Oracle CFO, Jeff Henley. "Last year, sales to Internet companies were booming. That boom is over and those sales have largely disappeared; yet our revenue was down only 1%, and we managed to deliver record...
September 13, 2001 Oracle Q1 Results
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. 13-SEP-2001 06:00 AM In the aftermath of Tuesday's terrorist attack on the United States, Oracle Corporation is announcing its Q1 quarterly results without comment or elaboration. Oracle has seven people missing in the World Trade Center, and one person lost on United Flight 93. Our heart goes out to all of the families who have lost loved ones. We pray more survivors will be found. Our efforts and energies are now focused on helping the agencies of our government - relief, law enforcement, intelligence and military - respond to this national emergency. Our people, computers and facilities are being retasked to help these agencies reestablish systems that have been interrupted by the attack. Oracle recorded first quarter income of $511 million on revenue of $2.2 billion. Earnings per share increased to 9 cents compared with 8 cents in Q1 last year. Operating margins increased from 29% last year to 33% this year. All other numbers are attached. We will issue...
June 18, 2001 Q4 Earnings per Share $0.15, Operating Margin 40%, FY2001 Revenue $11 Billion, Income up 25%, Operating Margin 35%
400 Customers live on the E-Business Suite Including Alcoa, BellSouth, Boeing, Cathay Pacific, Ford, GE, H-P, Sony Redwood Shores, CA 18-JUN-2001 Today, Oracle Corporation announced that fourth quarter income was $855 million, or $0.15 per share, on revenue of $3.3 billion. For the full fiscal year, net income increased 25% to $2.6 billion, or $0.44 per share, while revenue increased 7% to $11 billion. "While the economy slowed our sales growth, we still managed to increase profits and improve margins to record levels this past year," said Oracle CFO, Jeff Henley. "That's a pretty good financial result in this difficult economic climate." "Our technical accomplishments this year position us for accelerating sales next year," said Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison. "We introduced Applications Release 11i - the E-Business Suite - just 12 months ago. In those 12 months more than 400 companies have gone live and are running their businesses using the E-Business Suite. In one short year the...
March 15, 2001 Oracle Net Income Up 16%, Earnings per Share $0.10; Application Sales Up 25%, Database Sales Up 6%
3,000 Customers Implementing 11i E-business Suite REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. 15-MAR-2001 06:00 AM Today, Oracle Corporation announced that third quarter income increased 16% to $583 million or $0.10 per share, while revenue grew to $2.7 billion. This compares to $2.4 billion in revenue, $503 million in net income, and $0.08 per share in Q3 last year, excluding extraordinary investment gains. Application software sales increased 25% to $249 million while database software sales grew 6% to $823 million. Service revenue increased 12% to $1.5 billion for the quarter. Oracle has over 3,000 customers in the process of implementing the 11 i E-business suite. More than 210 of those customers have already gone live on 11 i applications including JDS Uniphase, TeliaNet, Compaq, Fosters Brewing Company, and Westpac. This past quarter, hundreds of additional companies have committed to the E-business Suite including Healthsouth, Cisco Systems, Qwest Communications, Americredit, CIENA, and McGraw-Hill...
March 1, 2001 Oracle Announces Preliminary Third Quarter Earnings Results
Oracle Earnings per share expected to be $0.10 REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. 01-MAR-2001 Today, Oracle Corporation announced estimated earnings for its fiscal third quarter ended February 28, 2001, based upon preliminary financial results for the quarter. Preliminary third quarter results indicate earnings per share grew over 20% to $0.10 per share, up from $0.08 per share in Q3 last year (excluding investment gains). Operating margins improved to 33%, up from 31% in Q3 last year. Current estimates for the quarter, including a 4% negative currency impact, show license revenue grew approximately 6% and total revenue grew approximately 9%. Applications revenue growth is estimated at approximately 50%, and database revenue growth is estimated to be flat to slightly negative. "License growth was strong in the first two months of Q3, and our internal sales forecast looked good up until the last few days of the quarter," said Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. "However, a substantial number of our...

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