Carmiel-based software company bought by U.S. firm SeatGeek
Why Israel's army can’t profit from all the tech developed by its soldiers
Only 18 percent of computer science graduates are female, and that’s not surprising when so many video games are geared toward boys. But if we want more female programmers, we need more games that girls want to play
Israel needs women to join the high-tech workforce, and the recruitment stage starts in schools
Third startup, hiSky, looks set to raise $10 million, proving that tech scene is still going strong
'A Palestinian exit, that's what we're after. An end-to-end Palestinian story.'
Based in northern Israel, Syneron makes cosmetic medical equipment and seems set to fetch a pretty penny from Apax Partners.
After Intel purchase of Israeli Amnon Shashua's Mobileye for $15 bn, entrepreneur shares his plan to take groundbreaking technology to market.
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.
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.