Mark Hurd: Technology Industry Leader

Mark Hurd is Chief Executive Officer of Oracle Corporation and member of the Oracle board of directors. Mark Hurd joined Oracle in 2010 to oversee corporate direction and strategy and facilitating development in the departments of technology innovation, leadership, and customers. Prior to joining Oracle, Mark Hurd served as chairman, CEO and president of Hewlett-Packard Co.

With over 30 years of technology industry leadership behind him, Mark has been commended as an industry leader. Mark was named one of Fortune’s Most Powerful People in 2007, one of Forbes’ Best Managers in 2009, and The San Francisco Chronicle’s 2008 CEO of the year. As an industry leader, Mark uses his voice to communicate Oracle’s vision to customers, partners, shareholders and investors.

A proud alumnus of Baylor University, Mark Hurd is also a former collegiate tennis player who continues to show his passion for Baylor tennis through philanthropic donations to upgrade and renovate facilities in the Hurd Tennis Building, which is part of the Hurd Tennis Center. Mark also continues to serve his alma mater as a member of the Baylor University Board of Regents.

1801, 2017

Mark Hurd: Three Predictions for 2025 You Can Take to the Bank

By Mark Hurd

Innovation-starved companies stuck in today’s slow-growth economic environment can look forward to better days ahead, because tech spending is going to pivot quickly […]

911, 2016

Put I Before R in Millennial ROI

By Mark Hurd

Reach a certain age or managerial level and you hear this a lot: “Those millennials…” It’s usually followed by a predictable and exasperating […]

2610, 2016

CNBC- Why Oracle thinks it can win the cloud industry

I had the opportunity to speak about Oracle’s cloud strategy on Squawk on the Street.

Here is the link to the video and the full story which was […]

2610, 2016

Business Insider – OpenWorld 2016

Business Insider’s Julie Bort wrote an article about this year’s OpenWorld. It was a full day and there were a lot of opportunities to share […]

808, 2016

Your Fancy New Car is About as Useful as Your Corporate Data Center

By Mark Hurd

Whenever I look down from my office window at my car sitting in the parking lot, I get this sinking feeling – as […]