Starboard spent $250 million on buying nearly 11% of the Israeli big-data chip company and having sold shares for $116 million still has a holding worth $318 million.
It sounds like a gamble but Omri Lavie and Shalev Hulio's business record shows they know a thing or two about entrepreneurship.
The company outstripped the market's expectations in both 2018 results and guidance for 2019.
The Israeli online marketplace for freelancers plans a Wall Street offering at a company valuation of $800 million, "Bloomberg" reports.
The Ra'anana-based startup's innovative network solution and business model aim to disrupt telecommunications, so that telcos can meet surging demand while enhancing profit.
Both revenue and non-GAAP profit beat the analysts' estimates.
Francisco Partners has sold the controversial Israeli cyber intelligence company, which it bought in 2014 for $130 million.
Donde Search transforms the online shopping experience to help e-commerce sites imitate the way their customers think about products.
Cortica's AI technology combined with Renesas's chip could help Toyota break Mobileye's stranglehold on the advanced driver-assistance systems market.
Sources told "Haaretz" that representatives of investment bank Barclays were in Israel hoping to close an acquisition deal on Xilinx's behalf.
The startup develops a platform for managing and safeguarding connected devices for large organizations.
The Tel Aviv-based company has pioneered software defined perimeter technology, which will enhance Symantec's cyber defense platform.
Jerusalem-based C2A has developed a suite of solutions that protect the car’s internal systems against cyberattacks, ensuring passenger’s safety.
PerimeterX will expand its product portfolio to address the growing variety of information security risks facing enterprises on their web and mobile properties and their APIs.
Israeli metrology and inspection equipment manufacturer Camtek has also licensed its triangulation technology to Chroma.
The billionaire owned a 15.7% stake in the Israeli technology company a year ago.
Investing.com made once exclusive information available to all, in multiple languages. Its founder and its joint-CEOs talk to "Globes".
Intel will invest NIS 40 billion, but will hire only 1,000 more employees and pay a ridiculously low 5% corporate tax rate.
The alacrity with which the state approves grants to Intel, wthout considering alternative uses of taxpayers' money, is alarming.
Ma'ale Gilboa is hosting a pilot by an Israeli-Austrian startup, chaired by the former Austrian chancellor Christian Kern.
At CES, Amnon Shashua did not mention autonomous cars but stressed the business potential of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
Former head of the Israel National Information Security Agency Erez Krainer tells "Globes" about the risk of foreign countries influencing the election results.
Will the advent of Russia's Yango in Israel make taxis easier to find and their drivers more content?
As cryptocurrencies plummeted, more than 20 Israeli startups closed down in 2018.