Monday, October 13, 2003

Ellison hopes biography isn't boring | CNET

Ellison hopes biography isn't boring | CNET "Between plotting to make Oracle the world's most important software company and fighting to win back sailing's coveted America's Cup, software titan Larry Ellison has been busy scribbling footnotes to the most detailed account yet of his out-sized life.
In 'Softwar: An Intimate Portrait of Larry Ellison and Oracle,' the relentlessly competitive billionaire uses those footnotes to take his story directly to readers. He also responds and sometimes challenges the account of author Matthew Symonds--a twist in presentation that adds a real-time feel to the 500-page biography published this month."

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