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OracleWorld.jpgThe keynote kicked off in a big way with Oracle executives CEO Larry Ellison, President and COO Safra Catz and President Charles Phillips closing the NASDAQ live from Oracle Open World show.

Hosted by NASDAQ CEO Robert Greifield, the event celebrated the 20th anniversary of Oracle on the NASDAQ. A $100 dollar investment 20 years ago would now be worth $600,000... not a bad return on your investment.

Technorati Tags: Oracle Open World, Business Intelligence, Larry Ellison


Posted October 25, 2006 1:33 PM
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That's funny. I was just thinking that a $600,000 investment in hardware and the Oracle software of 20 years ago would be worth about $100 today.

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