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War and Revolution

December 13, 2010 No Comments

The end result of the war on HP could be even more dramatic for Oracle than the outcome of the war on Microsoft was for Sun. Larry Ellison is a brilliant strategist — but his ego, rather than his mind, appears to be driving this war. While I’d generally suggest that no one bet against Ellison, I wonder if even he can dig out of the hole he may have created this time.

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