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Yesterday's 5.8% jump in Oracle (ORCL) shares pegs former H-P (HPQ) CEO Mark Hurd at a hefty...

Yesterday's 5.8% jump in Oracle (ORCL) shares pegs former H-P (HPQ) CEO Mark Hurd at a hefty $6.8B - making him more valuable than Harley-Davidson (HOG $6.2B); Whole Foods Market (WFMI $6.1B) and Tiffany (TIF $5.1B), and prompting the obvious question: Could one person possibly be worth that much? Two takes: Yes. No.
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  • Tony Petroski
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    If Oracle sells off 4% today does that mean he's lost 4 billion in value once the people at headquarters got to meet him? This is just silly momentum chasing.
    8 Sep 2010, 08:03 AM Reply Like
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