Larry's Long Reach

Barret, Victoria
March 2011
Forbes Asia;Mar2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p54
The article talks about the success of NetSuite Inc., a computer software company founded by Larry Ellison. The company sells complex accounting and financial software through the Web site. NetSuite's revenues totaled 193 million dollars in 2010, up 16% with operating losses of 25.6 million dollars. It is stated that NetSuite is also making inroads at SAP, Ellison's smaller software rival.


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