Israeli intelligence firm is recruiting Ephraim Halevy, who headed the Mossad; Halevy will help screen potential clients to prevent further scandals for the company.
The company made headlines after initiating an investigation into officials working in the administration of US President Barack Obama.
The firm is infamous for digging dirt on Harvey Weinstein's accusers.
Halevy will serve on the board of directors and head the committee to screen potential clients, among other things, Yedioth Ahronoth reports. The 'Private Mossad' has a history ripe with controversy
Efraim Halevy headed Israel’s national intelligence agency from 1998 to 2002
Company linked to efforts to target former senior White House officials, accusers of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein
Black Cube has been accused of trying to discredit Obama officials for Trump's withdrawal from the Iran deal