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"I remember him [Larry Ellison] very distinctly telling me one time: Bruce, we can't be successful unless we lie to customers. ... All the things that you would read in books of somebody being a leader, he wasn't. But he was tenacious; he would never give up on anything."
-- Bruce Scott, Oracle co-founder (Tech Crunch and Bloomberg TV)
LivingSocial, the number two most popular local deals site (Groupon being number one) could receive a hefty investment from Amazon amounting to $150 million, raising its valuation to $1 billion-plus. (BoomTown)
The move will save the largest private school in the U.S. $400,000 in servers, licenses, administration and upkeep.
As an NYU alumnus that continues to (try to) use its online services, I have to say: What took so long?!
NYU is still using SquirrelMail, the same system that my undergraduate institution was using a decade and a half ago to deliver email.
My wife and everyone we know at NYU simply forwards their MORESeth Weintraub - Nov 1, 2010 12:57 PM ET
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