Oracle considers more investment in Israel, Netanyahu says


Jerusalem (Reuters) – Oracle Corp (ORCL.N) CEO Safra katz discussed a possible expansion of the company’s investment activity in Israel during a meeting on Tuesday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhu, his office said.

Oracle provides products and services that address enterprise information technology (IT) environments. The statement from Netanyahu’s office said he and Catz also discussed opportunities arising from artificial intelligence.

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