Larry Ellison’s Lanai isn’t for you — or the people who live there
26 mins | Jun 2, 2022
The once-sleepy Hawaiian island is becoming a playground for the rich. After the billionaire businessman and Oracle founder bought Lanai, the sixth-largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, it was transformed from a former pineapple plantation to a common stop for super yachts, leaving many concerned that their time in paradise was growing short. Sophie Alexander meets with some of the island's residents and learns of their struggles amid the changes.