Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

LE, the acquisition machine!!

Hold on.... I see earlier post about the companies LE is buying up.... but gets even better because today Elon Musk tells that LE was one of the financiers of his Twitter buy out..... it's becoming a joke "deal a day Larry"!! How will you distract us tomorrow.?? !!!

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The most efficiently run operation at Oracle is the Acquisition op.

Buy ‘em, reel ‘em in, set ‘em up and wrong every drop of value out, while gaslighting ‘em like a bastid.

If you came to O via acquisition you know what I’m talking about. If you work on the teams that bring in these folks, you know what I’m talking about.

Oracle liked to brag about how efficient they were on this. Just think about that. Bragging about their R&D ops? Their stellar cloud inventions? Nope. They like to highlight how well they SHOP the tech sector.

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Post ID: @5utu+1gASdQmn
All these billionaires can go F themselves. When is the world going to wake up and realize their existence is the root of so much trouble?

This is the truth. We have just gone through a time where we have all be idolizing billionaires. We need to bring that to an end. CEOs used to make much less and now make hundreds of times what their workers make. This is really just a big game to them to see how much they can skim off the top. They then puff themselves up to look like they are great, when really they are just scamming the people working for them and skimming the money off the top for themselves. The billionaires of today are more criminal-like than ever. Don't look up to these clowns. They are scam-machines in action.

I personally believe that LE is largely clueless. He happened to be in the company at the right time and having the biggest mouth, he ended up in front, while the real people who built the company did the work of building a world-class database engine. LE didn't have a clue what they were doing, he was just the mouth-piece on the front.

Now, that the company needs real leadership, LE has no idea what to do. He doesn't understand why the usual posturing and lying that seemed to work so well for him in the past isn't building products like it used to.

That's because his posturing and lying was superfluous to the building of the company. Those people he had under him who did the actual work are now long gone. LE has no clue what those people did and he thinks that just replacing them with bodies will suffice. After all, to him, it is the posturing and lying that built the company. He is a clueless id--t. He has no idea what the people in his company actually do or why it matters to hire real, functional people.

Those around him lie to him daily and tell him he is great. I expect that comforts him and further distances him from reality. But, narcissists like him, patted on the head and ignorant of the details of what make the company run live in a fantasy world of their own.

It takes a tougher person to restart a company like Oracle. One that can accept reality and listen to the real steps that need to be done. I should say "needed" to be done, because it is too, too late for oracle at this point.

The ship is going down. LE is up on deck waving his arms around, but somehow it just doesn't help. Why do you think that is, LE? I know it's hard, but try to think for once. What were all those people who used to work at your company actually doing? Those people must have been doing something, right? Think about it LE. Think about it.

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Post ID: @4oge+1gASdQmn

I don't think he interested at all but since there is potentially a criminal charge looming then, he will have to wake up from his deep sleep.

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Post ID: @2dbb+1gASdQmn

I don't see any interest from LE in what is happening at O. Seems he is much more interested in Acquisition business and the business of other billionaires than what happens here.

But we should not be surprised at his disinterest. The business he started has now morphed into something very, very different and he has neither the skill or the interest in building what is in reality another company in a new industry - his age doesn't help either. Larry is in a very different world from when he started Oracle in 1977 and a lot has changed in 45 years, except Larry - he hasn't changed one iota.

It's time for Larry to move on.

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Post ID: @2pau+1gASdQmn

He will have to pay attention to O.
He is about to find that one of his VPs filed fraudulent patent(s).

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Post ID: @1yfm+1gASdQmn

Stock is down about 18% YTD, is this guy even remotely interested in running O or just playing with his Billions on other companies ?? Time for him to get hel* out of here.

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Post ID: @1fyt+1gASdQmn

All these billionaires can go F themselves. When is the world going to wake up and realize their existence is the root of so much trouble?

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Post ID: @mdu+1gASdQmn

with all these acquisitions, it's good to know how much time LE actually spends on O - no wonder this place is a mess.

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