Larry Ellison is one of the most successful business leaders in the world today. Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear Ellison speak his mind about the future of tech, the industry, the world, and more, in conversation with tech veteran Ed Zander.
Industry giants Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO, and Ed Zander, former CEO, Motorola, and former president of Sun Microsystems, take the stage in this rare, unscripted discussion.
Larry Ellison has been CEO of Oracle Corporation since he founded the company in 1977. He also races sailboats, flies planes, and plays tennis and guitar.
Mr. Leahy advises technology companies, including software, telecommunications, semiconductor and other electronics companies.
His practice includes start-up counseling, venture capital financings, public offerings, public company disclosure counseling, mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures. Mr. Leahy represents a wide range of technology companies, ranging from privately held start-ups to publicly traded companies.
Karen Tucker is chief executive of The Churchill Club.
Previously, she served for more than eight years as a senior executive at the Computer History Museum.
Edward J. Zander was CEO and Chairman of the Board of Motorola from January 2004 until January 2008, remaining as chairman until May 2008. His work in the technology sector included management positions at Data General and Apollo Computer before joining Sun Microsystems in 1987 where he was later promoted to Chief Operating Officer and President in 1998 and 1999, respectively.
He left Sun in 2002 to become managing director at Silver Lake Partners, a technology investment fund. He also serves on the board of directors for Jason Foundation for Education, on the science advisory board of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (where he received a degree in electrical engineering), the advisory board for IOCOM Communications, and the advisory board of the Boston University School of Management (where he received his Master of Business Administration and later an honorary Ph.D.).
He was also a member of the board of directors at Seagate Technologies from 2002 to 2004, and at Time Warner Inc. from January to May 2007.