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Barak Eilam Photo: Eyal Izhar NICE jumps on strong Q2 results

With strong growth in the cloud sector, the Israeli software solutions company has seen its share price rise 35% since the start of 2020.

RFISee / Photo: PR Israeli auto-tech co RFISee unveils 4D imaging radar chip

The chip detects cars from 500 meters and pedestrians from 200 meters, with an angular resolution greater than 1 degree.

Amdocs CEO Shuky Sheffer Photo: PR Amdocs beats analysts, sees 2020 growth

Non-GAAP net profit was $143 million ($1.07 per share), down 12.2% from 2019 but above the analysts' estimate of $1.05 per share.

Wix Photo: PR Wix grows strongly in Q2 as commerce moves online

The Israeli cloud-based web development company has seen its share price triple since April, and now has a market cap of over $16 billion.

Taboola and Outbrain management  / Photo: Noam Galai UK regulator holds up Taboola - Outbrain merger

Despite approval from US and German regulators, Britain's CMA fears the merger of the Israeli content recommendation rivals will harm competition.

Eyal Feder-Levy  / Photo: ZenCity Israeli AI smart city co Zencity raises $13.5m

The Tel Aviv-based company uses AI to provide local government agencies with actionable insights about communities' needs and priorities.

startups Speech recognition co Voiceitt raises $10m

The Israeli company's application translates unintelligible and atypical speech in real time, enabling people with severe speech impairments to communicate by voice.

Totpo founders Tomer Tagrin and Omri Cohen  / Photo: Mor Shani Yotpo raises $75m at valuation of nearly $1b

The Israeli SaaS-based eCommerce marketing platform helps retail brands accelerate online revenue growth.

Udi Mokady / Photo: CyberArk CyberArk falls despite beating analysts

The Israeli privileged access security company reported higher revenue on lower profit.

AWS Amazon in talks to build three Israel data centers for NIS 1b

Azrieli and its partner Compass have bid to build and lease out the data centers to Amazon and have options on three lots for the purpose.

Jonathan Kolber Kolber biggest winner as Fiverr soars nearly five-fold

Canadian born Jonathan Kolber, who today lives in Israel, has an 11.9% stake worth $383 million, in the gig economy platform company.

Amiram Shachar / Photo: Spot From college project to $450m exit

Spot founder Amiram Shachar's professors weren't impressed by his idea for cheaper cloud computing, but it's now central to NetApp.

Roy Danon, Aviv Leibovici, and Yakir Sundry.  / Photo: Eyal Toueg Construction industry AI co Buildots raises $12.5m

Buildots puts cameras on the hardhats of managers to capture imaging of every detail of an ongoing project during regular site walks.

Russell Ellwanger Tower Semiconductor falls sharply after Q2 results

The Israeli chipmaker saw higher revenue and lower profit in the second quarter.

Shai Morag, Sivan Krigsman, Arick Goomanovsky and Michael Dolinsky.  / Photo: Ben Yitzhaky Israeli cloud security co Ermetic raises $17m

Ermetic helps organizations enforce tighter, least privilege access policies across both user and machine identities to help prevent data breaches.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Sales tech co raises $45m has created a conversation intelligence platform for high-growth sales teams using artificial intelligence.

Maor Shlomo / Photo: Nir Salkman Israeli data discovery co Explorium raises $31m

Explorium allows companies to build better predictive models by connecting their internal data to thousands of external data sources.

ClimaCell founders Weather intelligence co ClimaCell raises $23m

ClimaCell’s product based on automated and predictive impact technologies, which help customers save millions in operational efficiency, improve safety, and avoid significant costs and damages from weather events.

Roni Al Dor Photo: Eyal Yizhar Sapiens acquires US insurance software co Delphi

This is Sapiens second acquisition in 2020 after buying German insurtech company Sum.como for €28.4 million.

Intel lab Israel has put too many eggs in the Intel basket

Intel CEO Bob Swan's comments about outsourcing production provides Israel with an opportunity to examine alternative options for huge government grants.

Micah Kaufmann Photo: Omer Hacohen Fiverr launches sites in Italian and Dutch

The freelance services website's latest European expansion follows the successful launch of sites in German, French and Spanish.

Intel chip Intel's outsourcing bombshell puts Israel investments in doubt

Intel CEO Bob Swan's declaration that 'we may no longer make it all ourselves' leaves a question mark against the chipmaker's future investments in Israel.

Shai Wininger and Daniel Schreiber  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Lossmaking Lemonade defies the skeptics

Some argued that the digital insurance company was not worth $2 billion. They were right but got it completely wrong.

Sarit Firon "I want to be where I can give value"

Determination and an unusual appetite for risk have taken Sarit Firon from poor beginnings to managing partner at Team8 Capital.

Amnon Shashua "Mobileye could leave Israel in an instant"

Amnon Shashua fears Israel will miss a historic opportunity to lead the automotive revolution unless regulatory change is speeded up.

Daniel Schreiber and Shai Wininger Lemonade quenches thirst of banks and hedge funds

The Israeli digital insurer's share price rose 140% on its first day but the public didn't benefit because the system favors the investment banks and hedge funds.

Nir Zohar and Avishai Abrahami The odd couple that runs a $12 billion company

As a coronavirus-induced boom lifts Wix, COO Nir Zohar and CEO Avishai Abrahami talk about their differences and their ambitions.

cyber law Data compliance is good for business

Israeli companies seeking to do business internationally will do well to adopt the highest GDPR standards.

Roey Izkovsky, Yigal Kaminka, Yuval Kaminka  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes "The crisis proved what we knew - people want to play"

Lockdown made many people turn to music, and Israeli instrument learning app JoyTunes was there to help.

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