Uncertainty rules in the American, European and Asian markets, say Israel’s trade attachés.
TechNation | Chinese group closes on $32 million of projected $50 million Israel-focused fund; Oracle launching accelerators in Israel for startups developing cloud tech; DarioHealth raises $5.1 million in private placement led by OurCrowd.
Program aims to close shortfall of engineers and other high-tech professionals by expanding educational courses, recruiting experts from overseas.
The social media network is looking to make amends after facing criticism for its lack of action tackling fake news during the U.S. presidential campaign.
As the big era of exits ended, acquisitions of Israeli tech firms fell in 2016 to their lowest level in six years.
Inspired by the likes of Waze, Mobileye and Moovit, the government is hoping to tap into a lucrative industry that could be worth over $9 trillion by 2030.
Elco unit to buy Golan Telecom amid expectations that rates will start rising; forms joint network venture with Cellcom.
Israelis’ online shopping soared in 2016 | Check Point cofounder takes stake in company developing universal flu vaccine | Two Israeli biomed companies on the block
Government plan envisions Haifa as Israel’s first cyber-protected smart city | Leumi CEO named one of world’s 10 most innovative bankers | Peer-to-peer insurer Lemonade seeking 46 U.S. state licenses
The study by the Neaman Institute also finds that the quality of research is in relative decline and warns of an impact on the country’s tech industry.