Larry Ellison
Book Recommendations

  • The Robber Barons

    The Robber Barons

    The Robber Barons

    Matthew Josephson
    Social Science
    3.77 (305)

    John d. rockefeller, j. p. morgan, cornelius vanderbilt, andrew carnegie, e. h. harriman, jay gould, henry clay frick . . . their names carry a powerful historical ring, still echoing today in the countless institutions that are part of their legacy, from universities to museums to banks. but who were the people behind the legends, and how did they rise to their positions of vast wealth and influence in the latter half of the nineteenth century? the robber barons is a classic work on the financiers and industrialists of the

    Larry Ellison

    Worth a read even today. This book is in his favorite book.

    Sep 25, 2014 — Source

  • High Output Management

    High Output Management

    High Output Management

    Andrew S. Grove
    Business & Economics
    4.29 (15,216)

    The essential skill of creating and maintaining new businesses—the art of the entrepreneur—can be summed up in a single word: managing. in high output management, andrew s. grove, former chairman and ceo (and employee number three) of intel, shares his perspective on how to build and run a company. born of grove’s experiences at one of america’s leading technology companies, this legendary management book is a silicon valley staple, equally appropriate for sales managers, accountants, consultants, and teachers, as well as ceos and startup founders. grove covers techniques for creating

    Larry Ellison

    His bible when it comes to management concepts.

    Oct 29, 2018 — Source

  • Napoleon

    Napoleon

    Napoleon

    Vincent Cronin
    France
    4.19 (916)

    Larry Ellison

    It's interesting to read about him for a couple of reasons: to see what one man of modest birth can do with his life, and to see how history can distort the truth entirely.

    Feb 12, 2012 — Source