Oracle goes on hiring spree to boost cloud capabilities

Nima Green
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Oracle says it will have over 30 cloud regions by the end of 2020

Oracle is to hire 2,000 new staff in its latest bid to bolster its cloud computing services, raising its global headcount to 138,000. The new jobs will be in the vendor's software development, c...

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