Oracle Buys Cerner & EPIC Kansas City Layoffs Coming Soon!!!

Let's make it fun for the cheap seats and note that the local "mainstream news" is leaving out an important and potentially devastating component of this story.


A bit of Christmas cheer . . . 

The company is notorious for slash & burn tactics.

Don't believe me? 

Just talk to anyone who remembers their gutting of Sun Microsystems -- And those were white collar tech jobs held by SKILLED & ELITE workers -- Now most of that work is done overseas for less than half price. 

It's not going to be pretty. 

In fact . . . 

It's going to be a bloodbath and Kansas City MSM isn't doing their job if they claim otherwise. 

Accordingly, here's the confirmation of news we already reported . . .

Cerner is Kansas City's largest private employer. It was founded in 1979 and grew to employ nearly 30,000 employees around the world, including more than 13,000 people in the Kansas City area.

Cerner developed digital information systems used by hospitals and health systems. The company said their programs allow doctors and hospitals to provide better care to patients and better information to communities.

“Cerner has been a leader in helping digitize medical care and now it’s time to realize the real promise of that work with the care delivery tools that get information to the right caregivers at the right time,” David Feinberg, President and Chief Executive Officer, Cerner, said. “Joining Oracle as a dedicated Industry Business Unit provides an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate our work modernizing electronic health records, improving the caregiver experience, and enabling more connected, high-quality and efficient patient care."

Now . . .

We notice a great many hipsters and clueless millennial d-bags trying to downplay the acquisition. They badmouth the Cerner legacy and mention all of the taxpayer subsidy the corporation received. That might be true . . . However . . . 


Again, all we've got for reassurance (lulz) are empty promises from a company that has already shipped jobs to India by the MILLIONS.

Read more via news links . . .

Oracle Buys Cerner

AUSTIN, Texas and KANSAS CITY, Mo. - December 20, 2021 - Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) and Cerner Corporation today jointly announced an agreement for Oracle to acquire Cerner through an all-cash tender offer for $95.00 per share, or approximately $28.3 billion in equity value.

Oracle buys North Kansas City-based Cerner in $28.3B dollar deal

by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Oracle Corporation announced it acquired Cerner for roughly $30 billion, or $95 per share. The sale still needs to be approved by regulators and is expected to close in 2022. Cerner is Kansas City's largest employer.

Oracle agrees to buy Kansas City, Missouri-based Cerner for $28.3 billion in cash

Oracle Corp., the enterprise-software giant has agreed to purchase Kansas City, Missouri-based Cerner in a massive $28.3 billion cash deal.With headquarters in North Kansas City, and with buildings all over the metro area, Cerner is one of the largest employers in the Kansas City area.

Kansas City-based Cerner bought by Oracle for $28B

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City-based health information technology company, Cerner was purchased by Oracle for roughly $28 billion. Oracle, the second-largest software company in the world, made the cash deal final on Monday. Rumors of the sale were discussed last week, causing Oracle's stock shares to drop 6%.

Oracle to acquire Cerner in $28.3B deal

Software giant Oracle announced Monday it will acquire medical record technology provider Cerner in an all-cash deal valued at $28.3 billion, or $95 per share. ORACLE IN TALKS TO BUY CERNER The transaction, which is expected to close in calendar year 2022 subject to regulatory approval and customary closing conditions, will be immediately accretive to Oracle's earnings on a non-GAAP basis in the first fiscal year after closing.

Oracle to buy medical records company Cerner in its biggest acquisition ever

Enterprise software giant Oracle will buy electronic medical records company Cerner for $95 per share, the companies announced Monday. The deal could help Oracle boost its presence in healthcare by bringing troves of health data to its cloud services. Oracle shares were down about 1% Monday morning.

Cerner, Kansas City's largest private employer, will be acquired by Oracle in a $28 billion deal

Cerner Corp., Kansas City's largest private employer, has agreed to be bought by software giant Oracle Corp. in a deal valued at $28.3 billion. Oracle's all-cash offer for the electronic health records company comes to $95 a share. Oracle, which is based in Austin, Texas, is one of the biggest providers of software to other companies.

KC tech powerhouse Cerner sells to Oracle in $28.3B deal; buyer says it will grow local presence

Months of speculation officially came to an end Monday as Kansas City-headquartered Cerner announced its exit to Oracle - the global cloud giant's largest-ever acquisition at $28.3 billion in equity value. Among the largest employers in the Kansas City metro, Cerner's medical records solutions have developed over the course of four decades into a transformational healthcare powerhouse, the company's CEO said Monday .

OF COURSE the clueless Kansas City Star accepts this company line given their hedge fund bosses . . .

Cerner, Oracle say they intend to 'maintain and grow' jobs presence in Kansas City

Cerner Corp. is the largest private employer in the Kansas City area. On Monday, software giant Oracle announced it has reached an agreement to purchase the healthcare IT company for $28.3 billion. Almost immediately, the attention turned to jobs.

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