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Avi Hasson Photo: Eyal Yizhar Chief Scientist: Gov't has no interest in exits

Avi Hasson:  The riskier the project, the more likely it is to receive funding from us. 

Cologne Photo: Shutterstock Germany seeks Israeli technology

The North Rhine-Westphalia Economic Development Agency (NRW) will visit Israel next month looking for new technologies.

Furniture stores Photo: Tamar Matsafi You can teach an old dog new tricks

At 72, while all her friends have long retired, Yehudit Bar runs an online furniture store, after closing all her chain's physical stores.

Prof. Yitzhak Haviv Photo: Amir Meiri "Sometimes saving lives justifies crony capitalism"

Bar-Ilan University biologist Prof. Izhak Haviv insists personalized medicine to cure cancer in affluent people will help all patients.

Michal Beinisch Photo: Yossi Zeliger Barclays Rise seeks fintech solutions in Israel

Barclays Israel COO Michal Beinisch explains how the Tel Aviv accelerator brings together a global banking corporation and young startups.

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Foreign investors scouting for Israeli smart car tech

Venture capital is flowing into Israel in search of automotive technological developments and the next Mobileye.

Public Broadcasting Corp Kan photo: Shlomi Yosef Public broadcasting - it's up to Kahlon

The finance minister will have to decide whether to take a principled stand against Netanyahu.

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