After 13 years and a 40-million-dollar investment, LucidLogix Technologies reaches the end of its road
CEO says fundraiser may be last before the company, which manufactures image-recognition technology, goes public
German firms’ investment to help expand Israeli company that harnesses nanotechnology
Far from the rockets, fiery kites and snipers, cooperation between Palestinian techies and Israeli entrepreneurs – as seen in the Rawabi Tech Hub in the West Bank – is booming. Will ventures with the Arab world be next?
Dona Haj heads up a program under the aegis of the British Embassy in Tel Aviv that helps Israeli-Arab technology entrepreneurs to hone their interpersonal skills and to form partnerships with U.K. companies
Flytrex to join North Carolina in test of food delivery by drone ■ Digital gift card startup Loop Commerce sold to Syncrony of the U.S. ■ Israel looks to life sciences to safeguard its tech edge
Size of deal for Velostrata - maker of cloud-computing software - is not disclosed
Private equity fund Permira will refocus company on video software for pay TV
SteadyMed acquired for initial $151 million, Kela sells 25% stake for $50 million
Authorities say local R&D unit of U.S. company liable for income from overseas
LawGeex secures $12 million for automated contract approval ■ Applitools raises $31 million for applications-engineering technology
Israeli-born Catz says Trump's tax reform plan 'is leading to good results, more investment in the U.S.'
Secdo was founded by two army veterans who served in the Israeli military's intelligence corps tech unit; its technologies investigates warnings on cyber attacks
Nike buys Israeli computer vision startup Invertex ■ Beijing’s ‘Silicon Valley’ to open Tel Aviv liaison office ■ Mylan to buy marketing rights to MS treatment from Israel’s Mapi Pharma
Bootstrapping a company raises risk of failure, but three Israeli firms did it and none regret it
Prof. Dan Shechtman is concerned by the state of education and Israel: 'You have to teach science from kindergarten and make scientists cultural heroes'
'I felt that he was gripping me and I could not move and he put his mouth on my mouth,' is one of the harrowing testimonies aired by investigative program ‘Uvda’ against Pitango’s Rami Beracha
Experts ponder the threats emerging from the new U.S. tax regime
France’s Orange is a backer of Israeli cybersecurity startup Morphisec ■ CyberX raises $18 million for ‘internet of things’ security
Spotify to enter Israeli music market after two years of negotiations ■ Daimler, MizzMaa Ventures invest in smartphone-tech startup Anagog ■ Wibbitz video-production tech to be used by German soccer team Borussia Dortmund