Oracle CEO and billionaire Larry Ellison’s plans to bring the America’s Cup to San Francisco in 2013 just got a whole lot smaller and even still, critics of the race aren’t ready to sign off on the deal just yet.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced Monday that a scheduled vote by the Board of Supervisors on final approval for hosting the America’s Cup sailing race has been postponed.
A federal judge has overturned a $1.3 billion verdict against business software maker SAP, calling it “grossly excessive.”
Mark Hurd may get his $100 million payday after all. On Friday, Oracle disclosed that Hurd’s compensation for the year came in slightly higher than even CEO Larry Ellison’s.
Hewlett-Packard Co. has won investors’ approval for its deep boardroom makeover in the wake of the company’s CEO scandal.
Russell Coutts and Larry Ellison are certain they made the right decision to have the next America’s Cup sailed in fast 72-foot catamarans.
The trimaran that won America’s Cup last year has arrived in San Francisco.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom will publicize the America’s Cup and help with fundraising for the yacht race as its ambassador at large, race officials said Wednesday.
Larry Ellison told the San Jose Mercury News that he put in a $350 million bid to buy the New Orleans Hornets, but was rebuffed and outbid by the league.
Members of the America’s Cup Event Authority joined city leaders and billionaire software mogul Larry Ellison at City Hall on Wednesday to celebrate the Dec. 31 announcement that San Francisco will host the high-profile regatta in 2013.