While I agree with Oracle bashing, I can honestly say that lagging on updates is one thing I haven't seen them do. Obviously for upstream fixes (eg, ones from RHEL) they can't possibly release them *before* RH does, but their turnaround has always seemed pretty fast.
After the first Intel microcode fiasco, Red Hat stopped providing microcode updates in the distro itself, while Oracle has continued to do so. So in one respect, they're "better" than RHEL for people who are running servers where their vendor has failed to provide updated BIOS releases with newer microcode embedded.
The "Unbreakable" branding currently only applies to their kernel, not the distro itself (which is just simply called 'Oracle Linux'). It IS a stupid name though!