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Coronavirus could decimate Israeli startups - survey

65% of tech startups with ten or fewer employees say they won't last six months without additional finance.

Japanese webinar  / Photo: Sharon Biran Japanese interest in Israeli startups escalates

Hosted from Tel Aviv, the "Big in Japan" webinar discussed how despite Covid-19 and perhaps because of it, Japanese interest in Israeli startups is growing.

Innovation in Ramat HaNegev  / Photo: Ramat HaNegev Regional Council New innovation center to boost Negev agriculture

Arieli Capital is teaming with the Ramat Hanegev Regional Council to develop new ideas for desert farming.

Shekel-dollar ASAP Creative Ten reasons why shekel will weaken against dollar

Financial consultant Yossi Frank explains why he thinks the Israeli currency will soon be trading in the NIS 3.60-3.75/$ range.

Yuval Shachar / Photo: Scott Wagner "I'm usually the most optimistic person around. Not now."

Team8 chair Yuval Shachar talks to "Globes" about lessons of previous crises, and the resilience of his firm's unique VC model.

The settlement of Na'aleh in Samaria on the West Bank / Photo: Ariel Schalit, AP Settlers against annexation

The idea of a Palestinian state in which Israeli settlements will be enclaves has changed minds about the Netanyahu-Trump plan.

Ronen Nissenbaum  / Photo: PR Dan Hotels set to reopen

CEO Ronen Nissenbaum is banking on domestic tourism and says prices are 20% lower than last year.

Yaron Shahar  / Photo: PR "We're financially strong. We'll use crisis to expand"

Teddy Sagi's UK real estate unit Labtech CEO Yaron Shahar tells "Globes" that London will bounce back with Labtech even stronger.

Benjamin Netanyahu and Mike Pompeo / Photo: Kobi Gidon GPO , GPO Pompeo presses Israel to distance from China

Pompeo to Netanyahu: You share your information, unlike some other countries. And we’ll talk about that country, too.

new immigrants Israel finally becomes a safe haven

Israel has become the safe haven that the Zionist founding fathers envisaged. They just weren't thinking about Covid-19.

Nir Erez, Moovit CEO and cofounder  / Photo: Moovit How Moovit planned its own route to a dream destination

Moovit CEO Nir Erez says Intel's $900 million acquisition has a place in the Guinness book of records for the biggest deal in which the parties never met face-to-face.

Moovit  / Photo: PR Moovit will help Intel build smart transport systems

With Moovit's public transport data and Mobileye's autonomous car systems, Intel can develop a comprehensive Mobility as a Service infrastructure.

Setai Galilee  / Photo: Assaf Pinchuk Israel's hotels gear up for post-lockdown reopening

Hotels are offering lower prices, cancellation flexibility and lots of hygiene and personal space, in efforts to tempt back guests.

Elderly Israel with a mask  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes "Isolation can be bigger killer for elderly than Covid-19"

Hadassah geriatric rehabilitation head Dr. Yoram Maaravi argues that isolation is a bigger threat to the elderly without underlying conditions than the virus itself.

Dummy used for simulated ventilator testing / Photo: IDF Hush-hush IDF intel unit takes on Covid-19

The normally top-secret Unit 81 allows a glimpse into its special culture and outside-the-box thinking.















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