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Oracle Open World conference starts in SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is scheduled to give tonight's keynote speech at the company's annual "Open World" conference.
The event is being held at San Francisco's Moscone Center, which means part of Howard Street is closed to traffic and several Muni bus lines are affected.The conference is expected to attract about 50,000 people and generate an estimated $120 million in revenue for the city.
Oracle Open World runs through Thursday.
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