The Israeli company has survived 30 years without revenue and still believes it has a prosperous future in cancer immunotherapies.
Cross River Bank founder Gilles Gade believes in fintech and cryptocurrency, and supremely in divine providence.
Three tech entrepreneurs talk to "Globes" about the psychological pressure of dealing with the slowdown in the industry.
Pearl Cohen head Adv. Zeev Pearl discusses the extent of the tech crisis, the challenges facing Israeli law firms, and how to manage a large firm remotely.
In an intriguing rivalry, Israeli startups Talon and Island have both developed enterprise browsers to enhance an organization's security in the age of hybrid work.
Market strategist Shmuel Katzavian analyses why the Israeli currency will likely appreciate against the dollar over the next year.
Israel is encouraged by the fact that Hamas stayed out of the recent fighting, while Iran is already acting to rearm Islamic Jihad.
Despite its US blacklisting, Huawei's operations in Israel are bigger than ever, employing about 500 researchers in Haifa and Hod Hasharon.
Raised in Ma'alot-Tarshiha, Bshara was cofounder of Annapurna Labs, acquired by Amazon, which developed the server chip that produces $5 billion annual revenue.
Changes in Israeli haredi society in recent years are reflected in high demand for specially adapted luxury residences.
A presentation to investors in India outlines plans to take loans of NIS 3 billion and build hotels and stores on Haifa Port seafront.
Why did Google top the "Globes" brands ranking while Facebook was barely rated? After all, both have their dark sides.