Steve Jobs Remembered by Larry Ellison and Pixar's Ed Catmull - YouTube
Steve Jobs's longtime friends Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Ed Catmull, president and co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios and president of Disney Animation,...
Larry Ellison and others remember Steve Jobs – The Mercury News
Larry Ellison and others remember Steve Jobs
Larry Ellison Slams Google, Remembers Steve Jobs (Video) | Hollywood Reporter
The Oracle CEO bashes Larry Page and Co. for "taking our stuff" and reflects on the pain the Apple head felt before he died.
Larry Ellison Describes Watching His Close Friend Steve Jobs Die - Business Insider
"You just watched him getting weaker."
How did Steve Jobs and Larry Ellison meet and become friends? - Quora
Of all the interviews after his death, the one person who most clearly showed himself to be an unapologetic friend of Steve Jobs was Larry Ellison http://www...
Larry Ellison: We Already Know What Happens To Apple Without Steve Jobs
Tech pundits across the web have been arguing for years about whether Apple can succeed without Steve Jobs, but Steve’s close friend, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, says that we already know what the future holds for Apple.
How Larry Ellison plotted to buy Apple and make Steve Jobs CEO | CIO
Larry Ellison and Steve Jobs quietly plotted how best to save Apple and make Jobs CEO again during the company’s darkest days. Ellison wanted to buy Apple outright, but Steve Jobs took a more subtle path.
Larry Ellison: Apple won't be 'nearly so successful' without Steve Jobs - Aug. 13, 2013
Charlie Rose asked Ellison what happens to Apple in a post-Jobs era, and Ellison replied that "we already know."
Steve Jobs: the legacy of Apple's mysterious co-founder | Film | The Guardian
Since Steve Jobs’s death from cancer in 2011, the myths keep accumulating. Tim Adams assesses his legacy and speaks to Danny Boyle and Alex Gibney, directors of two new films about the Apple boss
PEAK Apple: Cupertino's hopes died with Steve Jobs, says Larry Ellison • The Register
Dead tech titan likened to Edison and Picasso by database billionaire
Larry Ellison talks about his best friend Steve Jobs' final days - CNET
"This was absolutely the strongest, most willful person I have ever met," Ellison said. "After seven years, the cancer even wore him out."