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Harvard Business Review A sympathetic and revealing portrait of an idiosyncratic executive and company....Entertaining.
Lisa Baertlein Reuters Software titan Larry Ellison has been busy scribbling footnotes to the most detailed account yet of his outsized life....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.
Financial Times An unusually candid study of how a tiny start-up...grew — sometimes painfully — into a Silicon Valley institution.
BusinessWeek Symonds excels at letting readers into the 59-year-old Ellison's often turbulent personal life....[and] provides a wonderful image of an Ellison who is far from being all-business.
Posted September 9, 2013
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