$45 Billion Later Larry Ellison Says No Major Acquisitions For Next Few Years

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http://techcrunch.com – Larry Ellison said today that Oracle does not plan to do any major acquisitions in the next few years but would not rule one out down the road. He made the remarks in a CNBC interview at OracleOpenWorld in San Francisco. If Ellison really is stating the truth, it would mark  a respite in one of the most prolific spending sprees the tech market has ever seen. According to data from Wikipedia, Oracle has spent at least $45 billion on acquisitions since 2004. In contrast, IBM has spent at least $26 billion since 2001. These estimates are based upon disclosed deal valuations. Here is a breakdow (IT news)