Gilad Japhet

Francisco Partners to buy Israeli co MyHeritage

The US private equity firm is acquiring the genealogy platform for $600-700 million, sources estimate.

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Dr. Natalia Freund  credit: Yoram Reshef TB research could help defeat AIDS too

Dr. Natalia Freund of Tel Aviv University explains how tuberculosis is not necessarily a disease of the past.

Omri Lavie  / Photo: Vardi Kahana Cyber intelligence - here to stay

NSO Group cofounder Omri Lavie says the cyberattack industry fulfills a crucial function in unashamedly assisting in the war on terror.

Queues outside supermarket  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Israeli economy's 2020 performance not what it seems

A decline of just 2.4% in GDP looks like success in dealing with the pandemic, but, as always, the devil is in the details.

El Al 737-900 / Photo: Yoav Yaari El Al has money but nowhere to fly

Share offerings and bank loans will ensure El Al's short-term survival but Israel's skies are unlikely to reopen until well into March.

Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem  credit: Reuters The Dubai tycoon with ambitions for Haifa Port

DP World chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem sees Israel becoming a world-class logistics center, and his vision doesn't stop there.

Mony Hassid  credit PR "Microsoft's CEO loves us, and not because of the money"

Mony Hassid, EMEA head of Microsoft's M12 investment fund, on being the software giant's eyes and ears in the Israeli startup world.

Dr. Jad Jarroush and Tal Meirzon  credit: Eyal Izhar The Israeli tech that fast forwards infrastructure projects

Dr. Jad Jarroush and Tal Meirzon head Datumate, a BIM tech company born in Nazareth, now in Yokne'am, and with worldwide ambitions.

Roni Biram  credit: Eli Dassa "Israeli real estate will rise - it's a fantastic market"

With his longstanding partner Gil Deutsch, Roni Biram plans to take real estate finance company Bareket public. He tells "Globes" why.

Dr. Tiran Rothman "What goes up doesn't necessarily come down"

Frost & Sullivan Israel head Tiran Rothman insists that there is no bubble on the booming stock markets.

Haredi bakery Photo: PR Do Israel's haredim really live off the state?

In an election period, attacking the haredi orthodox community yields political gains, but the figures show the attacks are off the mark.

Vaccination Vaccinations versus rising Covid infections

Public health experts see the infection rate rising despite the vaccinations and expect a difficult month ahead.

Picodya management team: Eli Bensimon, Yehuda Yavets-Chen, Tzvika Barkai. credit:  Bee Productions Covid brings Picodya's rapid diagnostics out from under the radar

Picodya, based on Kibbutz Hatzerim of Netafim fame, has developed fast, reusable, and economical Lab-on-a-Chip technology.

Tesla set to disrupt Israel's car market

The unexpectedly low price of the electric vehicles is a wake-up call for Israel's car importers and a game-changer for the sector.

Apple Pay / Photo: Shutterstock Apple Pay is coming to Israel -- and it's not alone

The Israeli payments scene is about to join the global revolution, affecting banks, credit card companies, and retailers too.

House in Herzliya Demand in Israel doubles for houses with gardens

Data from Yad2's real estate site shows that interest in moving away from city centers has surged during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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