million shares in Apple stock, which at the time was worth a little over $2 billion. Another notable example is Larry Ellison , co-founder and former CEO of computer technology company Oracle. In 2013, Ellison was the most highly compensated
Dec 17 (Reuters) - Oracle Corp posted a 3.5 percent rise in total revenue in the company's first quarter since Larry Ellison stepped down as chief executive, bolstered by a 45 percent jump in its...
Sept 19 (Reuters) - Oracle Corp's shares fell as much as 5.5 percent after the database software maker reported disappointing quarterly earnings late Thursday and said Larry Ellison was stepping...
limited downside for this wide-moat firm. The company also announced changes in titles of three key executives ( Larry Ellison , Mark Hurd, and Safra Catz) that are not likely to change the direction of the company over the near term, in our
think these are the kind of issues, particularly in Europe, that aren't going to go away anytime soon. Stipp: Larry Ellison is giving up the CEO post at [TICKER:ORCL] Oracle in some unexpected news this week. What's your take on the
After all, titans of business such as Bill Gates, Paul Allen, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Dell, Richard Branson and Larry Ellison don’t seem to regret dropping out of school. If Zuckerberg concentrated on his grades rather than building Facebook
in 2010, 105 billionaires have signed on. Bloomberg LP founder Michael R. Bloomberg, Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison , Huntsman Corp. founder Jon Huntsman and wife Karen, film entrepreneur George Lucas, investor Ronald O. Perelman
upper management and the Board of Directors at that time did not share Steve’s vision for Apple. His friend, Larry Ellison , CEO of Oracle Corp., recently quipped upon the firing of another high profile CEO: “That it was the second
up in the control of a single party. The biggest of these include the Walton family’s 47% stake in Walmart, Larry Ellison ’s 22% ownership of Oracle, and Jeff Bezos’ almost 20% holding in Amazon.com. Oh, and we had better not
value-destroying acquisitions. Hurd has since been named co-president at Oracle Corp and I tend to agree with Larry Ellison , CEO of Oracle, who stated that HP’s board made a big mistake here, incompatible with its fiduciary duties toward