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Israel business news
Nine out of 10 startups raised money at higher valuations in 2016; ControlUp secures $10m from K1 and JVP; Barak Regev named head of Google Israel.
Strauss to pay whopping 1 billion shekels to get back 25.1% stake held by TPG.
Pfizer paid for 58 cardiologists and internists to travel to conference on its blood-thinning drug, with Health Ministry's blessing.
Regev steps in at challenging time for Google Israel, now under investigation by Israeli tax authority over registration in Ireland, which means it does not pay taxes in Israel.
The American shoe-store franchise said prices will be 12 percent over those in the U.S., but a check by TheMarker shows differences as high as 42 percent.
Navigation application owned by Google expands into e-commerce market by introducing option to order from the fast-food chain before showing you the way there.
Intel's recent purchase of Mobileye almost doubled the worth of car importer Dr. Shmuel Harlap – and the billionaire wasn't exactly short of a shekel before the record sale.
The country's largest lender will take 890 million shekels in charges mainly on loan losses and the U.S. tax probe.
Over 500 Israeli companies have applied for licenses to grow, manufacture and export cannabis products as U.S. market booms.