1986, BSc in Business Administration, University of Southern California, US. Over 30 years' software industry experience. 1979, Founder, Liberty Software; 1984, Assembly Language Programmer, Macintosh Division, Apple Computers; 1986-99, with Oracle Corporation; since 1999, current position. Formerly, Co-Chairman, US President's Information Technology Advisory Committee. Member of the Board, Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy. Author: The Business of Changing the World; Compassionate Capitalism (2006); Behind the Cloud (2009). Recipient of numerous awards, including being named one of the Best CEOs by both Forbes and Barron's Magazine (2012) and Businessperson of the Year by Fortune readers (2014).
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