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Ofer Haviv  photo: Tamar Matzafi Evogene and DuPont team to improve corn yields

The agreement encompasses R&D for microbiome-based seed treatments in corn.

London Stock Exchange Photo: Blake Ezra Taptica founders sell shares for $51m in AIM offering

The Israeli mobile ad company has seen it market cap increase 173% since its IPO in 2014.

Outbrain Outbrain buys Slovenian adtech co Zemanta

The Israeli content recommendation company's global network and Zemanta’s platform, will enable marketers to deliver scale, brand safety, and user engagement in one offering.

Rina Kupferschmid-Rojas Photo: Shlomi Yosef "Clients seek investments with environmental, social value"

UBS Global Head of Sustainable Investing Rina Kupferschmid-Rojas built a methodology to examine the social impact of investments.

Mobileye Photo: PR Hebrew U prof to pay $854,000 for Mobileye insider trading

Genetics Prof. Ariel Darvasi has settled with the US SEC over purchase of shares ahead of Intel's $15.3 billion acquisition announcement but has not admitted guilt.

construction photo: Tamar Matzafi Real estate dominates TASE bond offerings - with US help

S&P Maalot in a study for "Globes" finds 14 offerings by US companies accounted for one third of the 2017 first half total.  

Shekels Photo: Shutterstock Shekel strengthens as security situation eases

The shekel is stronger today as trading on the foreign currency markets remains volatile.

Gabi Edri  photo: Tamar Matsafi Real estate co Edri-El will miss NIS 100m bond payment

The company's efforts to sell its 8 Center mall in Kiryat Shemona have so far failed.

AFI Park, Bucharest  photo: company website Buyer cancels deal on Africa-Israel buildings in Romania

The sale of the buildings in AFI Park in Bucharest was to have yielded NIS 288 cash flow for Africa Israel Properties.

Eliran Kozlik Photo: Facebook Teva's employees in Israel take industrial action

In response to planned layoffs, Teva Kfar Saba union chief Eliran Kozlik says senior management must pay the price for failure not workers.

Heinz and Osem ketchup Photo: PR Reducing sugar boosts Israeli ketchup sales

Both Osem and Heinz have introduced ketchups with less sugar and sodium as food health labeling looms.

Chaim Lebovits  photo: PR Stem cell co Brainstorm awarded $16m ALS grant

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) will support a Phase III study for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

Emmanuel Benzaquen Photo: PR App security co Checkmarx buys UK co Codebashing

The Israeli company says it plans making more acquisitions.

Oil rig Photo: Reuters Ratio reports potential for 100m barrels of North Sea oil

The Israeli energy exploration company has a 15% stake in one field and a 10% stake in the other.

Tamar Petroleum photo: Daniel Bar-On Trading in Tamar Petroleum opens at loss on IPO price

Yitzhak Tshuva refused to cut the company valuation, and foreign investors stayed away.

Shekels Photo: Shutterstock Security tensions weigh on shekel

The shekel is losing ground against the dollar and euro due to geopolitical concerns.

Oded Lieberman Israeli pharma co NeuroDerm sold for $1.1b

The buyer, in the largest ever acquisition of an Israeli pharmaceuticals company, is Japan's Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation.

Amdocs Amdocs extends Ra'anana lease by 10 years

The Israeli company will pay NIS 41 million annually, up from NIS 35 million on the previous lease.

Shachar Blum and Amos Dimri Photo: PR Digital marketing co Operad buys iCommerce

The acquisition will enable Operad to expand its e-commerce solutions and to provide clients with services on international platforms like Ebay, Amazon etc.

Yitzhak Peterburg Photo: PR Teva to lay off 300-350 in Israel

The pharmaceutical company has said it is beginning talks with the Histadrut about layoffs at the Kfar Saba and Ramat Hovav plants. the Histadrut called a work dispute.

Eduardo Elsztain IDB Development ensures NIS 560m bond issue

5% interest was set for the bonds, compared with the 6.8% maximum set for the tender.

Shaul Elovitch, Stella Handler   Tamar Matsafi, PR Elovitch barred from Bezeq, Yes offices for 60 days

Bezeq CEO Stella Handler can resume her position but cannot handle regulatory matters.

Idan Ofer  photo: Tamar Matsafi Kenon in talks to sell IC Power

Separately, Yoav Doppelt has tendered his resignation as Kenon Holdings CEO.

Yossi Levy photo: Shlomi Yosef YD More Investments raises NIS 65m in first stage of IPO

The auction for financial institutions was oversubscribed by NIS 280 million.

Russell Ellwanger Photo: Eyal Yizhar Tower Semiconductor nears NIS 10b market cap

Tower, which now specializes in analog chips, has seen its share price double over the past year.

Health Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative MediWound expands US Defense Department agreement

The US Biomedical Advanced R&D Authority (BARDA) will inject $32 million more into developing the Israeli company's burns treatment.

Gil Shwed Check Point's Shwed: Cyber attacks can be prevented

Check Point reported strong second quarter results today.

Rafi Amit Chinese fund buys Camtek's PCB business

Shanghai-based Principle Capital will pay up to $35 million and the Israeli company will now focus on chip inspection and metrology.

HP HPE to pay NIS 1.6b tax on Mercury acquisition

The international arbitrator ruled in favor of the Israel Tax Authority in the 2006 deal.

Shekels Photo: Shutterstock Shekel rebounds strongly in volatile trading

The shekel has lost 2% against the euro and 1.5% against the dollar since last Friday's unexpected 0.7% fall in the CPI.

Tamar Noble Energy to procure services from Israel Shipyards

The agreement is for 34 months with extension options totaling up to three years.

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