As Competition for Talent Grows, Startups Are Often Bought Just to Get Their Employees

Amitai Ziv
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The Israeli startup CyberCubes was founded in 2016 by three entrepreneurs with an idea for protecting PCs used by large organizations. In March 2018, when the company was less than two years old, it was bought by Palo Alto Networks of the U.S. for an unknown amount and without the fanfare of a press release. CyberCubes’ employees, at least some of them, were given senior positions at Palo Alto Networks.

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