Oracle CEO Catz to join Trump transition team, remain at Oracle

By REUTERS
December 15, 2016 23:07

 
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SAN FRANCISCO - Oracle Corp Chief Executive Safra Catz will join the executive committee of US President-elect Donald Trump's transition team, and she will remain at the company in the process, Oracle spokeswoman Deborah Hellinger said on Thursday.

Catz was one of several technology industry executives who met with Trump this week, and she went into the meeting saying that her industry would be better off if Trump reformed the tax code, negotiated better trade deals and reduced regulation.

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