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Robert Antika  PR Ohad Romano Israeli gaming co Playtika holds Nasdaq IPO at $11b valuation

The Herzliya-based company raised nearly $1.9 billion at $27 per share, above the planned range of $22-24 per share.

Swimm founders  Photo: Cedric Batash Israeli multiple codebase co Swimm raises $5.7m

The startup also launched its platform for sharing information about any codebase to make development processes smoother and faster.

Nano Dimension 3D printer  photo: PR Israeli 3D print co Nano Dimension increases raise to $1b

The company, which raised $657 million in the fourth quarter of 2020, has now priced a $332.5 million offering, raising speculation it is about to make a major acquisition.

Rapyd founders Photo: Tomer Hazan Israeli fintech company Rapyd raises $300m

Businesses can accept and send payments without having to build their own infrastructure through the Rapyd Global Payments Network.

Vdoo founders. Credit: PR Israeli IoT security co Vdoo raises $25m

The Tel Aviv-based company's automated product security platform for device manufacturers and deployers performs a complete security assessment in minutes.

Pagaya founders Photo: Inbal Marmari Clal, Migdal investing $400m in Pagaya funds

Pagaya co-founder Yahav Yulzari: We came through the coronavirus year with flying colors. The AI-based investment company plans to recruit 100 R&D workers in Israel.

Shai Wininger and Daniel Schreiber  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Lemonade to raise $830m in secondary offering

Shareholders are taking advantage of the company's peak market cap of $10.371 billion to sell some of their shares.

McAfee to close Israel development center

Most of the 60 employees at McAfee's Tel Aviv offices will be laid off.

Jonathan Kolber Fiverr worth over $8b, Kolber reduces stake

Jonathan Kolber has reduced his stake in the Israeli freelance services platform from 12.7% to 8.5%.

Amnon Shashua presents Mobileye's new radar chip credit: Mobileye Mobileye expands into lidar and radar

Mobileye is intensifying its collaboration with Chinese car maker Geely, and developing its own lidar and radar chips for autonomous vehicles.

Ronen Kertis Photo: Roni Perl IHS Markit buys Israeli software co Cappitech

The Herzliya-based company has developed technology for regulatory reporting of capital market financing deals.

Lemonade  / Photo: NYSE Lemonade worth over $9b as selloff concerns fade

The Israeli digital insurance company has risen 550% since its IPO last June.

Robert Antika  PR Ohad Romano Playtika to raise $1.6b on Nasdaq at $9b valuation

The Israeli mobile games company is selling 21.7 million new shares and its Chinese owners will sell 47.8 million shares.

High-tech office / Photo: Shutterstock illustration , Tech salaries in Israel fell in 2020

Ethosia found that salaries in high-tech fell for the first time last years since 2009.

Gideon Wertheizer picture: Tamar Matzapi Ceva signs licensing agreement with US defense agency

The agreement makes Ceva products available to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

NSO Israeli cyberattack co NSO mulls TASE IPO

Senior executives have met with Tel Aviv Stock Exchange management to discuss the possibility of a flotation at an estimated company valuation of $2 billion.

Spetz.  Credit: PR Paradox buys Israeli candidate interviewing app Spetz

Tel Aviv-based Spetz has developed an app, which allows companies to communicate with candidates for job interviews.

Navot Bar, Roni Biram and Gil Deutsch  credit: Shay Shviro Keystone buys 25% of Europe to India fiber-optic project

Israel will be a central hub of Cinturion's Trans Europe Asia System.

Yoav Zeif credit: Eyal Izhar Stratasys CEO sees continuing resurgence

Yoav Zeif took the helm of 3D printer company Stratasys just before Covid-19 broke out. He tells "Globes" how he used the crisis.

Liron Damri and Michael Reitblatt. credit: Avi Raoul Meet the new unicorn fighting online fraud

Forter founders Michael Reitblat and Liron Damri talk about cutting-edge online theft, and why they share their business results with the employees.

Wolt  / Photo: Cadya Levy, Globes Israeli restaurateurs to set up app to rival Wolt

The country's restaurant owners feel financially strangled by the fees taken by food delivery platforms Wolt and Ten Bis.

Zvi Marom  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes "It's not right that Israeli high tech is foreign owned"

BATM CEO Zvi Marom warns about Israel's high tech future, while the sector is mainly foreign owned, and says the vaccination won't beat Covid-19.

Dan Zinkin / Photo: PR Will road shows return?

JP Morgan Chase Technology managing director Dan Zinkin says CEOs will have found they can meet more investors in more countries on Zoom.

Melio founders  / Photo: PR "Small businesses want help with cash flow. We do that."

Melio, third-placed among "Globes'" most promising startups, is bringing small business B2B payments into the digital age.

Yoni Luxsenberg and Ariel Klikstein "Wix wanted to buy us but missed the chance"

Web design editing tool developer Elementor, the runner-up in "Globes" most promising Israeli startups of 2020 rankings, was founded by ultra-Orthodox yeshiva graduates.

Prof. Peretz Lavie. credit:  Annie Tritt – WSJ "Israel is losing its status in science"

Incoming National Council for Civilian R&D chair Prof. Peretz Lavie warns that Israel's "startup nation" image masks severe under-investment.

Karin Eibschitz Segal. credit: Ohad Falik Intel Israel development chief: We can handle competition

Karin Eibschitz Segal, who manages nearly 10,000 people worldwide, is charged with keeping Intel ahead of the game.

Matam Towers East - impression / Photo: View Point Apple boosts Haifa's tech credentials

The US giant's massive expansion confirms Matam High Tech Park as the place to be in Israel for global companies' R&D.

Dovi Frances/credit: Courtesy Group 11 "Not all unicorn valuations are real"

Lone venture capitalist Dovi Frances thinks more startups are unicorns than makes any sense - he puts it down to over excitement.

Wix employees / Photo: Alan Tzatzkin The startup within Wix

Wix Answers has turned from an internal customer support solution to a business in its own right, as its head Elad Eran explains to "Globes".

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