Oracle Billionaire Larry Ellison Got Hollywood's Arnon Milchan to Give Netanyahu His Lawyer

Ellison and Milchan are both testifying for the prosecution in Netanyahu's corruption cases ■ Why Ellison refused to buy Netanyahu rival's newspaper ■ And what Rupert Murdoch thought about founding an 'Israeli Fox News'

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Worth an estimated $70 billion, Larry Ellison is one of the 10 richest people in the world. Along with Bill Gates and the late Steve Jobs, the founder of software giant Oracle is considered one of the people who changed the high-tech industry forever. As the son of a Jewish single mother who was unable to bring him up and gave him in his infancy to her poor relatives to raise, he forged his way to the top on his own.

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