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Oracle's Cloud Sales Climb, but Forecast Disappoints - WSJ

Oracle’s Cloud Sales Climb, but Forecast Disappoints

Oracle Corp. ORCL -0.61% shares sank 6.5% in late trading Monday after the company disappointed Wall Street with its guidance for cloud-computing revenue in the current quarter—the third-consecutive period it has done so. The business-software maker Monday said cloud-computing revenue would climb 19% to 23% in the fiscal fourth quarter. Analysts had expected 23% growth. […]

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$65 million affordable housing to break ground in northeast Denver – Denver Business Journal

A 252-unit apartment will soon break ground off Peña Blvd. in northeast Denver. Called East Range Crossings, it will be located at 5801 Argonne St. All of East Range Crossings units will be affordable — limited to residents earning 60 percent or less of the area median income. According to Denver Office of Economic Development, […]

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Reverse Mortgages Contributing to Denver Housing Squeeze

The consistently strong reverse mortgage origination numbers from the Denver metropolitan area could have a related dark side for first-time homebuyers. Citing a recent LendingTree study that showed Denver had the second-highest reverse mortgage usage among borrowers aged 60 and over, the Denver Business Journal speculated that demand for Home Equity Conversion Mortgages could be […]

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Wynn Resorts says ex-CEO Steve Wynn not entitled to severance pay

FILE PHOTO – Steve Wynn, Chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts, speaks during the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo (Reuters) – Wynn Resorts Ltd said on Friday that former Chief Executive Officer Steve Wynn was not entitled to severance payments or any other compensation. Wynn, […]

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More Denver schools to give preference to students from low-income families

Three affluent Denver elementary schools have joined a small pilot program that gives preference to students from low-income families who don’t live within the schools’ boundaries but want to attend. Bromwell Elementary in central-east Denver, Lincoln Elementary in southeast Denver, and Park Hill Elementary in northeast Denver are the latest schools to opt into the […]

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