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SAIC production line Photo: Reuters China's SAIC to open Israel development center

Chinese car manufacturing giant SAIC is founding an R&D center in Israel for advanced auto technologies. 

Wix management Photo: PR Wix buys US art community DeviantArt for $36m

The acquisition provides the Israeli company with opportunities for product development, brand recognition and increased traffic.

Infosys Infosys accused of overpaying for Israeli startup

The Indian software giant has been rocked by allegations that it deliberately overpaid for Panaya in 2015.

startups Autodesk invests in Israeli IoT co Jumper

The Tel Aviv based company provides a platform that streamlines the process of developing and testing embedded software for Internet of Things (IoT) products.

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.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Israeli SaaS co TestCraft raises $1m

The Tel Aviv-based company provides continuous testing SaaS-based solutions that allow manual business testers to create test automation without coding.

Ziv Aviram and Amnon Shashua Photo: PR Mobileye Q4 results exceed expectations

Mobileye CEO: We won 12 new programs from 11 automakers in 2016.

Nasdaq  picture: Bloomberg Nasdaq expects more Israeli IPOs in 2017

94 Nasdaq-listed Israeli companies have an aggregate $70 billion market cap.

Benny Landa  photo: Eyal Izhar ALTANA buys Landa's metallography technology

Benny Landa's metallized graphics is a sustainable alternative to foil-transfer processes, enabling metallization graphics at up to half the cost of conventional foil stamping.

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.

Pepper Bank Photo: PR Leumi's digital bank Pepper launches app

Bank Leumi's digital bank is offering a free payments app, which subsidizes the cost of transactions and clearance.

Isaac Saft Israeli VAT recovery co VATBox raises $20m

VATBox is a B2B SaaS company that has streamlined the global VAT recovery process.

Mobileye logo Photo: PR Mobileye equips NY ridesharing vehicles

The Israeli autonomous driving technologies developer has installed anti-collision systems in 4,500 New York City vehicles, such as those available through apps like Uber and Lyft.

Lior and Liran Akavi Seebo teams with IBM on Internet-of-Things

Connecting Seebo's smart products platform with IBM's Watson IoT Platform will empower manufacturers to accelerate delivery of smart products.

Barak Eilam photo: CRC Media NICE aims to double sales

NICE Systems CEO Barak Eilam: There's a huge market to conquer; we are well placed for expansion.

cyber security The unexpected legal consequences of cyber-attacks

Israeli companies, executives and directors aren't prepared for the enormous financial and legal consequences of a cyber-attack.

Gabi Seligsohn Photo: Eyal Yizhar Kornit flourishes following Amazon collaboration

CEO Gabi Seligsohn explains what is behind the collaboration, which boosted Kornit Digital's secondary offering last week.

Russell Ellwanger Photo: Eyal Yizhar Russell Ellwanger: Rebuilding Tower Semiconductor

The last person you'd expect to meet in Migdal HaEmek is a believing Mormon and ex-wrestler; "Globes" talks to Tower CEO Russell Ellwanger.

SentinelOne Photo: PR Revolutionizing the anti-virus market

Israeli company SentinelOne's CTO Almog Cohen says that it has been clear for a long time that existing anti-virus is ineffective.

Natan Leibzon Photo: Eyal Yizhar At the heart of Israel's high-tech ecosystem

Startup Stadium's Facebook page with almost 40,000 followers is a great forum for Israeli entrepreneurs looking for exposure.

Renault Zoe  photo: PR Renault-Nissan to launch Israel R&D operations

Carasso Motors VP Avi Kenet told the Cars 2017 conference that Renault-Nissan is the latest carmaker looking to exploit Israel's leading smart car capabilities.

Chedva Kleinhandler  photo:  Aline Frisch "We're in the future of work"

Israeli startup Emerj claims it can tell enterprises what their employees really want. Bill Gates' talent scouts are interested.

Maty Siman  photo: Eyal Izhar Checkmarx founder: I wrote my first code at age 7

"The state should think how to give every seven year-old child a computer ."

Eugene Kandel Start-Up Nation Central: Promoting Israeli innovation

Former National Economic Council chairman Prof. Eugene Kandel tells "Globes" why he chose to manage a philanthropic organization that services private industry for free.

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Mobileye moves on to mapping, driving policy

Mobileye chairman Prof. Amnon Shashua on the latest breakthroughs that make his company a unique partner in driverless car development.

Ziv Aviram and Amnon Shashua Photo: PR Mobileye demonstrates smart car leadership

Mobileye currently fulfills a unique role as a "super-supplier" in the auto industry.

Wix Photo: PR Israeli high-tech cos look abroad when hiring

Shortages of software engineers and high salaries in Israel are pushing companies to Eastern Europe.

Eitan Oppenhaim Photo: Eyal Yizhar Nova CEO: We belong on the TASE

Eitan Oppenhaim explains how his company will reach sales of $300 million.

GetTaxi photo: Ronen Boidek Zirra uses AI to value private companies

Taxi-hailing app company Gett is estimated to be worth $2 billion.

Haggai Ravid Photo: PR US, China to continue Israeli high-tech investment

Cukierman Investment House sees ongoing strong investment in Israeli high-tech in 2017.

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