Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has purportedly been offered a board seat at software giant Oracle — as company originator Larry Ellison gets ready to affirm as an observer for the arraignment in one of Netanyahu’s impending corruption cases.
Ellison, one of Silicon Valley’s most straightforward allies of Israel, by and by asked the ex-prime minister to join the company’s board, Israeli paper Haaretz provided details regarding Tuesday.
Netanyahu denied the report; an Oracle representative declined to react, as indicated by Haaretz.
The Oracle gig would purportedly accompany an annual salary worth a huge number of dollars, just as offers in the company, which has a market capitalization of almost $240 billion.
Ellison — who Forbes estimates is the seventh-most affluent individual on the planet with a total assets of $113 billion — is relied upon to affirm in a criminal corruption argument against Netanyahu focusing on claims that the ex-prime minister attempted to purchase positive media inclusion by passing enactment ideal for an Israeli news magnate named Arnon Mozes, as indicated by Haaretz.
While filling in as prime minister, Netanyahu ineffectively attempted to persuade Ellison to purchase up or build up Israeli media properties, the paper revealed.
Netanyahu and Ellison traveled together this August on Lanai, the Oracle author’s private Hawaiian island, as indicated by Haaretz.
The two likewise held a progression of calls preceding the Hawaii trip where they talked about Netanyahu joining the board, the paper announced, refering to unknown sources.
To take the position, Netanyahu would need to leave Israel’s administrative body, the Knesset, since individuals are banished from tolerating outside payments.
Oracle board individuals commonly make $450,000 each year, yet some make as much as $800,000, Haaretz detailed.