Larry Ellison Offers Netanyahu Lucrative Oracle Post

Offer by billionaire Ellison is estimated at some $450,000 ■ The former prime minister would have to quit Knesset to accept a job in the private sector ■ Netanyahu, who recently stayed on Oracle founder's Hawaiian island, denies the report

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The American-Jewish billionaire Larry Ellison, who founded the giant software firm Oracle, has asked former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to join the board of directors of the company.

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