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Tomer Bar Zeev Photo: Yonatan Bloom ironSource to buy US mobile ad co Tapjoy for $400m

The Israeli company said that the acquisition will strengthen its platform offerings for mobile app and game developers.

TripActions founders Ariel Cohen and Ilan Twig Photo: PR TripActions raises $275m at $7.25b valuation

TripActions platform allows executives to book flights, hotels, rental cars and other services by themselves, while enabling CFOs to keep track of corporate expenditure.

Yoaz Hendel, Moshe Lion, Eran Feigenbaum, Orna Barbivay Photo: PR Oracle opens Jerusalem underground data center

Oracle Israel head Eran Feigenbaum: We worked to provide Israel with the first cloud from any major cloud vendor and now we are planning a second.

Tennis Slinger buys Israeli AI sports tech co PlaySight for $82m

Tel Aviv-based PlaySight delivers pro-level video technology to hundreds of thousands of athletes, coaches, teams and fans in over 30 sports.

Hailo team Photo: Hailo Israeli edge AI chipmaker Hailo raises $136m

The financing round of the advanced AI processor developer was completed at a company valuation of over $1 billion, according to sources close to the matter.

Cloud security co Wiz raises $250m at $6b valuation

Founded in March 2020, the Israeli company has more than tripled its valuation over the past six months.

Yossi Carmil and Yossi Ofek Photo: Shay Shviro Cellebrite buys Israeli digital intelligence co Digital Clues

Petah Tikva-based Cellebrite is spending tens of millions of the $370 million it raised in its SPAC merger last month.

Intel Kiryat Gat Photo: Eyal Izhar Israel has major role to play in Intel revival

Israeli tech prowess could be key as Intel battles to recover its leading position in the global chip market.

Austin, Texas  credit: Shutterstock Shalom Techsas

More and more Israeli individuals and companies are shunning Silicon Valley and joining the booming technology scene in Texan capital Austin.

Israel's Wall Street tech top ten worth $136b

Five of the companies held IPOs this year and the names are all unfamiliar because the tech companies offer B2B products.

Just 20,000 people drive Israel's tech industry - study

Sparks Consulting Group finds that concerns about a brain drain of Israel's elite group of talented people are well founded.

Eran Feigenbaum  credit: PR Oracle Israel head: Storing data outside Israel is dangerous

After Oracle's loss to Amazon and Google in the Israeli government's Nimbus cloud computing tender, Eran Feigenbaum  fires back.

The tech Big 5 Israeli tech in the Big 5's grip

High pay, shares that only go up, and few working hours… no wonder Facebook, Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft drain Israel's talent pool.

High-tech office / Photo: Shutterstock, 8.7% of the workers pay 24% of the taxes

Resentment at the high earnings of technology sector employees overlooks their outsize contribution to Israel's economy.

NSO "Outlaw offensive cyber software sales to dictatorships"

Cyber expert Daniel Cohen tells "Globes" that only global action can prevent abuse of software such as NSO's Pegasus.

Zerto founders Ziv and Oded Kedem  credit: Eyal Izhar It's not all unicorns: The roots of Zerto's disappointing exit

How did a tech company that began so well and attracted the best investors end up being sold for less than its last valuation? Nasdaq IPO Photo: PR Why aren't unicorns seen in Tel Aviv?

High-value Israeli tech companies prefer a flotation on Wall Street to the local market, and will probably continue to do so.

Rapyd billboards Photo: Rapyd Tel Aviv's battle of the billboards

With a chronic shortage of talented employees, Israel's tech companies are investing in billboard ads to help fill their rapidly growing number of job vacancies.

Yoni Wasserman and Amit Rapaport  credit: Compete website Non-techies lead Israeli tech industry pay boom

Salespeople and project managers are benefiting as more Israeli startups decide to grow independently, says pay data company Compete.

Intel Capital team  with incoming head Roi Bar-Kat and outgoing head Yair Shoham  credit: Eyal Tueg "Is there over-enthusiasm about tech? Absolutely"

Intel Capital Israel's incoming and outgoing heads give a sober but optimistic view of the current technology investment scene.

Rephael Sweary, President WalkMe Photo: WalkMe WalkMe president: We can turn profitable whenever we want

Rephael Sweary describes how WalkMe invented a new tech category, and what brings the big customers.

Amir Shlachet credit: Eyal Izhar Oiling the wheels of e-commerce

Amir Schlachet left a stellar banking career to co-found Global-e. From the perspective of a $7 billion market cap, he tells "Globes" it was not a classic startup tale.

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