It’s been a tough year for Oracle Corp., which once again is posting quarterly results well below the company’s—and Wall Street’s—original expectations. Overall sales, which includes Oracle's database business, came in at $2.7 billion: $1.1 billion from licenses, $900 million from support, and $700 million from consulting, education, and other areas.

Application licenses and related services fell to $249 million for licenses, and $471 million for services from the previous quarter. Application licenses topped $279 million and related services hit $497 million in the second quarter.

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