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JFrog IPO / Photo: SO&CO event management "We won't just survive coronavirus – we''ll come out ahead"

CEO Shlomi Ben Haim talks about JFrog's wildly successful IPO, market valuations, and where the company is heading.

Instagram Instagram fixes breach found by Check Point

Check Point claims the breach could have let hackers seize control of the user's phone.

Amnon Shashua Mobileye teams with Al Habtoor on UAE autonomous cars

The companies plan to launch Mobileye-powered driverless mobility service for UAE consumers in 2023.

AWS Amazon hiring 150 employees in Israel

Amazon Web Services is expanding operations in its Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Haifa development centers.

Gideon Wertheizer Nvidia's ARM acquisition prompts Ceva upgrade

Northland Capital Market has raised its rating for semiconductor IP company Ceva to "Outperform".

Startups No-code AI platform EasySend raises $16m

The Israeli company's no-code platform converts paper form-based processes into digital processes in regulated industries such as banking and insurance.

Zohar Fox and Ori Lederman  / Photo: Aurora Labs Israeli car software co Aurora Labs raises $23m

Aurora Labs provides carmakers, tier-1s, silicon vendors and enterprises with innovative conduct remote software management, remote diagnostics and over-the-air software updates.

Yoav Landman, Fred Simon and Shlomi Ben Haim  / Photo: JFrog, PR JFrog jumps nearly 50% on first day of trading

CNBC pundit Jim Cramer said JFrog is a terrific company with a great story but insists the share price is 'exorbitant' and gives him vertigo.

Lior Shemesh Wix launches venture capital arm Wix Capital

Wix Capital has already invested $5.6 million in seed rounds and early stage investments for startups.

Odo founders  / Photo: Yaron Taranos, PR Check Point buys Israeli cloud-based co Odo Security

The Tel Aviv-based company has developed a cloud-based, clientless secure access service edge technology that delivers secure remote access.

Yoav Landman, Fred Simon and Shlomi Ben Haim  / Photo: JFrog, PR JFrog exceeds expected range with $3.9b IPO valuation

Israeli automated software updating company JFrog is raising $352 million on Nasdaq.

Varada  / Photo: Guy Teicholetz Israeli big data analysis co Varada raises $12m

Varada is set to launch its data virtualization platform for accelerating big data workloads while optimizing control over performance and cost.

Hetz Ventures partners  / Photo: Yossi Masa, PR Hetz Ventures closes $77m Israel VC fund

The venture capital fund will invest in early stage enterprise software startups.

Moran Laufer  / Photo: PR Kape revenue doubles following PIA acquisition

The Israeli cybersecurity company has benefitted from the shift online during the Covid-19 pandemic.

ShlomiBen Haim, Yoav Landman and Fred Simon  / Photo: JFrog, PR JFrog upsizes IPO to $3.6b valuation

The Israeli automatic software updating company plans holding its initial public offering on Nasdaq on Wednesday.

Arab women Photo: Shutterstock Bringing Israel's Arabs into the start-up nation

A new plan aims to break down the barriers to young Israeli Arabs playing their full part in Israel's tech industry.

Standing: CRT founders Elie Mersel and Matan Guttman. Sitting: consultants Yosef Shapira and Shmuel  / Photo: Cadya Levy, Globes Helping tech cos help themselves on human rights

CyberRighTech advises Israeli companies on how to ensure that sensitive technology does not fall into repressive hands.

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.

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.

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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