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Oracle Corporation

Events & Annual meetings

Title Date Webcast
Latest Earnings Report Mar 10, 2021
Q2 FY21 Earnings Dec 10, 2020 event.on24.com webcast
The earnings date will be announced by the 5th business day after the close of the quarter. Mar 1, 2020
Q2 FY20 Earnings Dec 12, 2019 event.on24.com webcast
Oracle Corporation 2019 Annual Meeting of Stockholders Nov 19, 2019
Q1 FY20 Earnings Sep 11, 2019
s1.q4cdn.com PDF
Q4 FY19 Earnings Jun 19, 2019
Q3 FY19 Earnings Mar 14, 2019
Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference 2019 Feb 13, 2019
Oracle Annual Meeting of Shareholders Nov 14, 2018
Oracle Financial Analyst Meeting Oct 25, 2018 oracle.com webcast
oracle.com PDF
Founded June 16, 1977

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