Pivot irrigation system

Valmont buys Israeli ag-tech AI co Prospera for $300m

The Tel Aviv-based company develops intelligent solutions to help farmers grow crops more efficiently.

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Caesarea Israel's wealthiest are moving out of the city

From beach homes near Nahariya, to country estates in farming villages and homes in pastoral Ein Kerem, Covid-19 has pushed up demand for Israeli houses.

Adv. Christophe Bachelet Credit: DLA Piper Doing business with Morocco - the rules worth knowing

Normalization with Morocco has brought business opportunities for Israelis but few in Israel know how to get things done there. "Globes" talks to the experts.

Dr. Norman Bailey Israel on the edge

The loss of life at Meron brings home the wider dangers Israel faces in the absence of a functioning government.

Wix Credit: PR Millionaires proliferate in Israel's tech boom

Thanks to stock options, some 10,000 senior tech employees have become dollar millionaires in the past year.

Globes Israel's Growth Champions Call for Entries: Globes ranks Israel's Growth Champions

Globes and international business data company Statista are locating and ranking the Israeli companies with the fastest rate of revenue growth. Apply for a place.

"We want US companies much more involved in Israel"

US commercial attaché in Israel Robyn Kessler talks to "Globes" about the bilateral trade and investment relationship, ahead of the SelectUSA Summit.

4M Analytics founders Yoav Cohen, Itzik Malka, Nir Cohen  credit: Eyal Izhar From mine clearance to infrastructure mapping

Knowing how to map the subsurface led 4M Analytics from detecting land mines to the more lucrative business of assisting infrastructure construction.

Amiram Barkat Israel is wealthy, but costly

Israel's high place in Forbes' GDP per capita ranking is good news, but far from being the whole story.

OCON's Bellerin intrauterine device Company website Femtech seeks to provide alternatives to the pill

Israeli femtech companies like OCON and Tempdrop are in the forefront of efforts to provide women with safer and effective contraceptives.

Microchip  production  credit: Shutterstock Israel's chip industry needs you

Startups and international giants alike are competing for Israel's best talent in the semiconductor disciplines.

Traffic jam on Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv  credit: Tamar Matsafi Israel's traffic jams are back, and worse than ever

Because of Covid-19, the public is forgoing public transport in favor of private cars. Infrastructure projects just can't catch up.

Alex Bouaziz Credit: Deel Global payroll co Deel raises $156m at $1.25b valuation

Based in Israel, Deel CEO Alex Bouaziz, a French immigrant, describes the unique global business model of the startup, which has grown fivefold in value since September.

Prof. Ran Balicer Photo: Einat Levron Covid herd immunity in Israel still some way off

As the virus fades, Prof. Ran Balicer is optimistic that Israel is past the worst but warns that new cases could still rise despite the vaccinations.

Iron Dome Photo: Tamar Matsafi Iron Dome marks 10 years of rocket interceptions

Israel's short-range interception system has gone a long way towards neutralizing the rocket threat and is enjoying export sales.

Planned new neighborhood in Jisr al-Zarqa Credit: LUMO Vered Shamai NIS 1m bargain homes by the beach

Few residents of Jisr az-Zarqa will be able to afford apartments being built on their municipal land, on the border with Caesarea.

Israel seen as major player as global chip war intensifies

With Intel's global chip hegemony being challenged, "Globes" surveys Israel's pivotal role in the battle, as high-tech salaries surge.

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