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  • Most competitive tech tycoon

    CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reflects on Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison's contribution to innovation in the financial services space in the last 25 years.

  • Kevin Spacey in Netflix's "House of Cards"

    The movies make more money than ever. But a lot of it isn't going to traditional players or even staying in Tinseltown.

  • Tim Berners-Lee

    When it comes to the most influential in tech, you might jump to Jobs and Gates. But here the names you really need to know, these pros say.

  • Of course, when we talk tech game-changers there's Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. But do you know who Jony Ive or Hasso Plattner are? You should.

  • Mark Zuckerberg

    Along with Facebook shares, Mark Zuckerberg's wealth has shot up to $29.7 billion, begging the question: Is he the richest 20-something ever?

  • Megan Ellison sweeps Oscar noms

    Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's daughter, Megan Ellison, finds herself in the middle of The Oscars race. Megan's company Annapurna Pictures produced "American Hustle" and "Her." CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.

  • Megan Ellison

    For the third year since 2011, films by Meagan Ellison, daughter of Oracle founder Larry Ellison, are box office hits and contenders for major awards.

  • Dreamforce: Cloud computing meets Mardi Gras

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from the Dreamforce conference on current hot cloud plays, and the "Fast Money" traders give their top computing picks.

  • World's most powerful

    CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Michael Noer, Forbes, discuss the magazine rankings of the most powerful and influential leaders in the world.

  • Megayacht Musashi

    A peek inside Feadship, one of the world's most prestigious makers of megayachts, including those for Steve Jobs and Larry Ellison.

  • Oracle defends Ellison's pay

    CNBC's Jon Fort reports Oracle is defending its CEO Larry Ellison against critics who are upset over Ellison's pay package.

  • Oracle Team USA skippered by James Spithill celebrates after beating Emirates Team New Zealand to defend the America's Cup on September 25, 2013 in San Francisco, California.

    Team USA could have won earlier if it hadn't been docked two wins for cheating by illegally modifying its boats to make them faster and more stable.

  • Oracle Team USA celebrates after winning the America's Cup final race on September 25, 2013 in San Francisco, California.

    In one of the greatest comebacks in sports history, Oracle Team USA have won the America's Cup with eight straight wins.

  • Team USA's comeback

    Larry Ellison's Oracle Team USA is shocking the San Francisco Bay with a major comeback to defend the America's Cup. CNBC's Josh Lipton has the details.

  • Oracle earnings: Time to deliver

    The software giant reports earnings after the bell today and CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at analysts' expectations.

  • Skippers James Spithill and Ben Ainslie race against each other on Aug. 24, 2013, before the Louis Vuitton Cup finals start.

    After years of preparation and countless controversies, software mogul Larry Ellison's Oracle Team USA is poised to defend the America's Cup, but first it must beat back a cheating scandal.

  • Larry Ellison celebrates after Oracle Team USA  won a semifinal match race during the America's Cup World Series last August in San Francisco.

    The City by the Bay is preparing to host the America's Cup, and some wonder if it's worth the expense. The cost to taxpayers could top $22 million, but Mayor Ed Lee says fundraising is on track.

  • Cramer's charitable trust sold its position in Oracle this week, "throwing in the towel" on the stock, while adding to its position in another name: Facebook. Here's why.

  • Market Open: Stocks Recover

    CNBC's Jim Cramer, David Faber, and Scott Cohn discuss what to watch following the open, including what's happening with Oracle. With Bob Pisani.

  • Cramer: I 'Gave Up' on This Stock

    CNBC's Jim Cramer says his charitable trust has thrown in the towel on Oracle, because it's a company he no longer believes in. The stock is down almost 8 percent this year, mostly due to losses in the last day. "They're obviously executing very poorly," he says.