- Mark Hurd, CEO of Oracle, died on Friday.
- The 62-year-old CEO had been on medical leave from the company since September.
- Prior to joining Oracle, Hurd was chairman, CEO, and president of Hewlett-Packard. He resigned in 2010 on charges of sexual harassment that surfaced against him. He was generally credited with the company's dominance in computer hardware during his term.
- Hurd began his career at NCR Corp, where he worked for 25 years and eventually rose to occupy the CEO's chair.
- Here's a look back at Mark Hurd's life and career.
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Mark Hurd, one of Oracle's two CEOs, died on Friday 62 years.
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Hurd spent most of his career at NCR Corp, an enterprise technology company specializing in sales outlets and ATM machines. After 25 years, Hurd had risen to the executive role before moving over to run computer giant Hewlett-Packard. He was widely credited for making HP the dominant player in hardware computing during his tenure, a trait that Ellison highly appreciated when deciding to recruit Hurd to Oracle 2010.
At Oracle, he was known for having cutting edge to run into the cloud, plays an important role in its growth.
Here is a look at Mark Hurd's life and career: