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3DSignals management Israeli IoT co 3DSignals raises $8.5m

3DSignals has pioneered real-time asset performance monitoring (APM) solutions using digitalization of production floors using Industrial IoT technology.

ForeScout Photo: PR Forescout tumbles on profit warning

Forescout Technologies CEO Michael DeCesare: Q3 results were impacted by extended approval cycles which pushed several deals out of the third quarter.

Ilan Shiloah, Jonathan Benartzi and Nir Tarlovsky Akamai acquires Israeli co ChameleonX

Tel Aviv-based ChameleonX has developed self-protection technology for websites to prevent fraud and theft.

Careers Photo: Thinkstock Israeli recruitment bot co Talenya raises $6.5m

Talenya's bots serve as virtual recruiters capable of locating suitable talent for open jobs by gathering and processing information from hundreds of online sources.

Prisenso founders SKF buys Israeli AI co Presenso

The Haifa-based company develops and deploys artificial intelligence (AI)-based predictive maintenance software.

startups Customer training co Strigo raises $2.5m

Strigo seeks to power excellent training and has devised as remote training, as close as possible to real-life.

Taboola and Outbrain management  / Photo: Noam Galai Will the regulator approve Taboola-Outbrain merger?

There are very real grounds for the Israel Competition Authority to nix the merger of the content recommendation companies.

Tomer Bar Zeev  / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes CVC buys ironSource stake for over $400m

With annual revenue of $1 billion, the Israeli digital ad company plans expanding operations in the mobile phone and gaming sectors.

Adam Singolda and David Kostman Outbrain and Taboola unite against Google and Facebook

The threat from the giants led the two companies' heads to set ego aside.

Waycare Israeli AI mobility solutions co Waycare raises $7.3m

Waycare’s first commercial deployment with Southern Nevada in 2017 demonstrated improvements in reducing both primary and secondary crashes.

Patrick Koller Autotech co Faurecia opens Israel innovation center

The innovation center in Tel Aviv will allow Faurecia to expand its cybersecurity expertise.

Taboola and Outbrain management  / Photo: Noam Galai Taboola merges with Outbrain

Taboola will pay $250 million to Outbrain, which will receive 30% of the merged content recommendation company.

Tomer Bar Zeev  / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes CVC in talks to buy 25% of ironSource for $500m

The UK private equity firm would reportedly pay nearly $500 million for the stake in the digital advertising software company.

Rapyd founders Photo: Tomer Hazan Israeli fintech co Rapyd raises $100m

Rapyd has developed a cloud-based technology platform to help businesses quickly integrate fintech and payment capabilities into commerce applications.

XJet Shenzhen Hifuture to invest $45m in Israeli co Xjet

The Rehovot-based company has developed and introduced nanoparticle jetting technology.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Israeli web design co Duda raises $25m

The company's website builder provides a comprehensive solution for agencies, SaaS platforms, YPs and hosters.

Healthy food Photo; Shutterstock Israel AI food intelligence co Tastewise raises $5m

The funds will be used to further develop Tastewise’s AI technology, focused on understanding why people choose certain foods.

Startup Enterprise security co Cycode raises $4.6m

The Tel Aviv-based company is pioneering a solution for source code control, detection and response.

Marius Nacht, photo: Tamar Matsafi BoI approves Nacht, Shashua's digital bank

Former accountant general Shouky Oren will be chairman and Gal Bar Dea will be CEO of the new bank.

Amazon  / Photo: Shutterstock, Shutterstock.com Plenty of bargains on the new Amazon Israel site

It's still a work in progress, and not yet in Hebrew, but Amazon Israel offers convenience and bargains, especially in electrical appliances.

Vitalik Buterin "Facebook's Libra is wakeup call for governments"

Ethereum cofounder and blockchain technology leader Vitalik Buterin tells "Globes" about the risks and challenges posed by cryptocurrencies.

Benjamin Netanyahu in Mobileye car  / Photo: Abir Sultanת Reuters , Reuters Rivals take aim at Mobileye

From Europe to China, alliances of startups, auto manufacturers, and tier-1 suppliers are preparing to challenge Mobileye and Intel with their own ADAS systems.

RAMTA Beersheva Israel readies for quantum leap

An industrial and academic consortium aims to provide the knowledge infrastructure for quantum-based military and civilian developments.

Tamir Bechor / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Building a security concept for Volkswagen cars

Former top Israeli security operative Tamir Bechor talks about car cybersecurity company Cymotive, which he founded with two other former security service colleagues.

Benjamin Netanyahu in Mobileye car  / Photo: Reuters Abir Sultan, Reuters Auto-tech startups adjust to delays in autonomous cars

Despite the slower progress towards self-driving cars, Hailo and Cortica are Israel's frontrunners for a major exit or IPO, or to become unicorns.

Oren Gershon and his team / Photo: Intel , PR Intel's first-ever AI chip targets large data centers

Intel Israel AI development team head Oren Gershon tells "Globes" about Intel's collaboration with Facebook and potential uses for the new processor.

Anthony De Lannoy "Never mind the deficit, watch the demographics"

IMF executive Anthony De Lannoy, in Israel for Cyber Week, sees the time coming when the rest of Israel's population will refuse to finance social benefits for non-working haredim.

Moshe BenBassat "Salesforce is a great home for my baby"

ClickSoftware founder Moshe BenBassat: What happens to my people, whom I worked with for 20 years, is very important to me. The atmosphere in the deal was one of mutual commitment.

Dror Avieli and Daniel Heyman "We want blockchain to create value for enterprises"

Daniel Heyman and Dror Avieli of ConsenSys, the world's largest blockchain concern, map the future of its Ethereum technology.

Ayal Zylberman Photo: Shay Oknin Qualitest: Software testing with a Midas touch

All parties involved in the Israeli software testing company's ownership in the past 20 years have made a large profit on their investments.

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