Love him or hate him, Oracle CEO, billionaire, America's Cup aficianado Larry Ellison is nothing if not interesting.
Tech billionaire Larry Ellison (he's the CEO of hardware/software firm Oracle) might be trying to buy up all of Malibu. Don't laugh! The man is so property-hungry that last year he bought 98 percent of the Hawaiian island of...
Larry Ellison, is one of the most outrageous, outspoken personalities in the tech industry. And he has been for years. He's held the CEO role at Oracle since 1977. That makes him the longest-running tech CEO in Silicon Valley history. Show More Summary
By Dana Blankenhorn: In the long run, we're all dead. Some are just dead faster than others. Oracle (ORCL) has been swimming against industry trends for many years, with a broad smile on CEO Larry Ellison's face. But recent events show...Show More Summary
Last year, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) CEO Larry Ellison was awarded 7 million stock options, valued at $90.7 million, in the face of significant shareholder disapproval. Oracle’s board defended the decision by pointing out that the $90.7 million valuation isn’t necessarily an accurate measure of the compensation Ellison will receive. The board is right to claim [...]
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison’s pay is even higher than you think.
Last year, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison was awarded 7 million stock options, valued at $90.7 million, in the face of significant shareholder disapproval. Oracle's board defended the decision by pointing out that the $90.7 million valuation...Show More Summary
Billionaire Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is selling one of his many mansions. But it's not because he's become practical. It's because he's building a property that's three times bigger, says the WSJ. Ellison's 2.62 acre, 9,000+ square-foot Lake Tahoe home is on the market for $28.5 million. Show More Summary
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison wasn't telling the whole truth when he trash-talked IBM during a speech yesterday, IBM's Steve Sibley just told us. Sibley handles marketing for IBM's servers. As we previously reported, Ellison introduced two...Show More Summary
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison minced few words in calling out IBM on Tuesday, proclaiming that his company's new chips and the servers that use them are both much faster and much cheaper than Big Blue's. IBM didn't take the bait that day, but now has a few words for its rival.
Last year, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) CEO Larry Ellison got a $90.7 million payday despite significant shareholder disapproval. Was he paid for performance? Not necessarily. Research suggests that stocks of companies with the highest-paid CEOs underperform their industry peers. Show More Summary
Last year, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison got a $90.7 million payday despite significant shareholder disapproval. Was he paid for performance? Not necessarily. Research suggests that stocks of companies with the highest-paid CEOs underperform...Show More Summary
For months, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has been saying that the company's hardware business was going to stop shrinking by February and start growing by May. Now Ellison is saying something else: The turnaround for the hardware business won't happen until the quarter that ends in August, Oracle's fiscal Q1, 2014. Show More Summary
The Oracle Corp. CEO has purchased a small airline serving a Hawaiian island to improve flight connections for visitors and residents.
Billionaire Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle Corporation, bought most of the Hawaiian island of Lanai in 2012. So far this year, his luxury yacht and its attendant staff have spent most of their time at port in Honolulu (Oahu), because there are no docks big enough for his massive yacht on the smaller island (Lanai). [...]
After purchasing 98 percent of the island Lanai, the software mogul follows up with the state’s small airline. read more
Larry Ellison buys Hawaiian inter-island airline Island Air.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Billionaire Larry Ellison can now afford to fly commercial - on his own commercial airline, that is.
Larry Ellison buys airline less than a year after he bought most of the island of Lanai.
Jason Blessing is the brand-new CEO of a hot enterprise startup, Plex Systems, but it was a strange road that got him here. Plex Systems offers enterprise resource planning software to manufacturers, competing with Oracle, SAP, and Infor. Show More Summary