'60 Minutes': Larry Ellison Video
'60 Minutes': Larry Ellison Video Transcript
>> I suppose you can say anyone who wants to win so badly, who am I winning for? Am I winning for Oracle shareholders, or is it simply a matter of personal vanity. I'll admit to it, mea culpa, an awful lot of it is personal vanity, and a lot of what keeps me going and keeps my drive is I'm curious as to how far I can go, how far Oracle can go. They're inextricably linked.
>> Stand by for [inaudible].
>> But the question is does Larry Ellison sometimes go too far? He flies his own planes, sometimes the story goes, without good judgment.
>> There is the story that you once flew a plane - [ laughter ]
>> - under the Golden Gate Bridge. There is that story. Did you do that?
>> Well Charlie, that would be against the rules, that would be against aviation rules. So of course not.
>> If you did it, would you acknowledge it?
>> No sir.
>> What kind of plane would you have done it in if you had done it? [ laughter ]
>> If I had done it? I have a couple of you know, fighter planes, both of those would have been good choices. ^M00:01:04 [ ticking ]
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