Definition of 'Larry Ellison'
Ellison was born in New York City in 1944. He attended the University of Chicago, where he studied mathematics. After graduating, he worked as a systems engineer for Ampex Corporation. In 1977, he co-founded Oracle Corporation with Bob Miner and Ed Oates.
Oracle Corporation quickly became one of the world's leading software companies. Ellison served as the company's CEO from its founding until 2014. Under his leadership, Oracle Corporation grew to become a multi-billion dollar company.
Ellison is also a major philanthropist. He has donated millions of dollars to charity, including to the University of Chicago, the Ellison Medical Foundation, and the Ellison Foundation.
In 2016, Forbes magazine ranked Ellison as the fifth richest person in the world, with a net worth of $54.1 billion.
Ellison is a controversial figure. He has been criticized for his aggressive business tactics and his outspoken personality. However, there is no doubt that he is one of the most successful businessmen in the world.
Here are some additional facts about Larry Ellison:
* He is a certified pilot and owns a private jet.
* He is a fan of the Oakland Raiders football team.
* He is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
* He has been married five times.
* He has two children.
Larry Ellison is a complex and fascinating figure. He is a brilliant businessman, a generous philanthropist, and a controversial personality. He is one of the most successful people in the world, and his story is an inspiration to us all.
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