Oracle, Protectionism, And The Myth Of 'Our Jobs'

Posted August 5th, 2009 by d_goddard

URL: (see note below)

Oracle Corporation has 61% of its employees based outside of "the Americas". And yet, the number of US-based employees at the company has gone down less than 1%.

If most of the employees are outside the US, just which country is "stealing the other country's jobs" ?!

[TECHNICAL NOTE - originally posted as a News Story but the prep system says the URL "doesn't seem to be working". When I copy and paste it into my browser, however, it works just fine.]

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