Amid Israel debacle, Orange CEO files complaint with court over death threats

After coming under fire for comments he made about his company’s participation in the Israeli market, Orange CEO Stephane Richard filed a complaint at a Paris court for death threats he received against himself and his family.

Citing an anonymous source, AFP reported that Richard filed the complaint last week before coming to Israel in order to apologize and clarify the company’s position regarding Israel.

"Stephane Richard received death threats on his telephone and his personal data were published on an Internet site in the context of the controversy over Orange’s presence in Israel," the source said.


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