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In this article ORCL Safra Catz, co-chief executive officer of Oracle Corp. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Oracle shares fell 3% in extended trading on Tuesday, even though the enterprise software maker issued earnings that came in better than analysts had expected and showed accelerated revenue growth as the pandemic receded. Here’s
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News Eve and Trina’s VERZUZ Battle: Here’s What Happened The hip-hop icons went head-to-head for over 20 rounds, playing hits from the past  two decades By Madison Bloom June 16, 2021 Facebook Twitter Eve, Trina (Photos via Getty Images). Facebook Twitter Eve and Trina were the latest MCs to duel on VERZUZ. They went head-to-head
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(CNN) — Filled with nerves, I intentionally left my bikini behind before embarking on my first nudist beach experience on the uninhabited Lokrum Island in Croatia. This was the only way I could be sure that the fear of baring it all in front of strangers wouldn’t cause me to back out at the last
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With Broadway prepping for a September return to full capacity audiences, keeping up with the fast-coming show announcements can be tricky. Deadline has compiled this list of upcoming Broadway openings, including dates, venues and links to purchase tickets. Check back for updates. Also, we’ve added a “To Be Announced” roster of productions that are expected
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Serena Williams’ youngster, Olympia, was too cute while posing with an animated version of her precious doll, Qai Qai, in a new pic shared to Instagram! Check out the adorable post. Serena Williams‘ daughter, Olympia Ohanian, is one stylish world traveler! The three-year-old daughter of Serena and her husband, Alexis Ohanian, looked as cute as ever in a
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Courtesy of Tiffany & Co. If you know Tracee Ellis Ross, whether it’s from her 25-year career in film and television or through the lens of her vibrant social media channels, it should come as no surprise that she loves fashion. Like, really loves fashion. The actress’s love affair with beautiful clothes presents itself in
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The Chartered Institute of Fundraising has admitted that it was “not clear enough” about the “no wrongdoing” outcome of an investigation into its former chief executive’s handling of sexual assault allegations. In an apology to the witnesses and complainants involved in the case, issued yesterday afternoon, the CIoF trustees said the investigation “was unable to find
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