Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison bought the majority of the island of Lana'i in 2012 for an estimated $300 million. Now, he lives there full-time.
Whether it's yacht-racing or buying whole Hawaiian islands, there's always a good chance we'll be surprised by what Larry Ellison does next.
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The Oracle cofounder, who invested in Tesla after joining Elon Musk's board in 2018, owns $135 billion worth of the two companies' shares.
A "large telecommunications company" that uses Oracle, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft said Oracle "never ever goes down," Ellison said.
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Oracle's fourth-quarter earnings report revealed the company earned $1.54 in adjusted earnings per share on $11.23 billion in revenue.
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The Oracle cofounder and executive chairman told his employees in December that he'd moved to Lanai, the Hawaiian island he owns.
Google's use of Oracle's Java code has been ruled "fair use" by the US Supreme Court, ending a decade-long legal battle between the two tech giants.
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The court ruled that Google's use of Oracle-developed Java code "did not violate the copyright law" and was done under fair-use provisions.
Oracle posted $10.09 billion in sales in its third-quarter fiscal year 2021 earnings report on Wednesday, representing just 3% year-over-year growth.
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