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Yoav Zeif  / Photo: Stratasys Israeli 3D printing co Stratasys sheds 10% of work force

The company expects that the layoffs and other cost cutting measures will reduce annual expenditure by $30 million.

NIO  / Photo: PR China's NIO, Mobileye launch level 4 trials in Israel

The Chinese electric vehicle maker is installing Mobileye kits for driverless cars.

Dan Glotter / Photo: Optimal Plus National Instruments buys Israeli co OptimalPlus for $365m

The Holon-based company develops AI big-data analytics for the semiconductor and automotive industries.

Ido Erlichman Photo: Sharon Deri Teddy Sagi's KAPE execs exercise options worth £13.3m

Controlling shareholder Teddy Sagi has bought the shares, rewarding KAPE's management team for increasing the company's market cap tenfold.

SaverOne / Photo: company presentation SaverOne to hold TASE IPO despite 'going concern' warning

SaverOne plans to raise NIS18-26m at a company valuation of NIS 100 million, after money.

Micah Kaufmann Photo: Omer Hacohen Fiverr raises at least $120m in secondary offering

The Israeli freelance services platform has seen its share price rise over 200% since its NYSE IPO less than a year ago.

High-tech office / Photo: Shutterstock, Coronavirus could decimate Israeli startups - survey

65% of tech startups with ten or fewer employees say they won't last six months without additional finance.

Marius Nacht, photo: Tamar Matsafi Marius Nacht steps down as Check Point chairman

The Israeli cybersecurity company's cofounder will be replaced by Jerry Ungerman.

Micah Kaufmann Photo: Omer Hacohen Fiverr files to raise $115m in secondary NYSE offering

The Israeli freelance services platform has seen its share price triple since its Wall Street IPO last June.

Zoom work meeting / Photo: Reuters Beware the Zoom boom

The video conferencing platform has sharpened its cybersecurity features, but users should remain prudent.

Nir Erez, Moovit CEO and cofounder  / Photo: Moovit How Moovit planned its own route to a dream destination

Moovit CEO Nir Erez says Intel's $900 million acquisition has a place in the Guinness book of records for the biggest deal in which the parties never met face-to-face.

Kira Radinsky  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Diagnostic Robotics data predict spread of virus

Dr. Kira Radinsky has switched her data mining algorithms focus from consumer behavior with eBay to tracking Covid-19.

Video conference It's an ill wind

Some technology companies, in videoconferencing for example, have much to gain from the coronavirus crisis.

start-ups Coronavirus and Israeli tech: Who'll prosper, who'll struggle?

Seven technology investors discuss how entrepreneurs should face up to a changed world.

Palestinians in tech sector  / Photo: Abed Omar Qusini Reuters , Reuters Intern program boosts Palestinian tech sector

The PIP intern program connects West Bank tech graduates needing work with Israeli tech companies needing employees.

Eyal Waldman "Those worrying about privacy have things to hide"

Mellanox founder and CEO Eyal Waldman doesn't care if tech companies know everything about him.

Workers at Point.AI Israeli startup gives autistic workers an opportunity

Point.AI finds people on the autistic spectrum highly suited to its business of AI annotation.

Nir Zuk Nir Zuk slams Check Point's lack of ambition

The Palo Alto Networks founder and CTO blasts Check Point for putting too much emphasis on profit rather than investing in growth.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes "Globes" startup of the year: DriveNets - challenging Cisco and Juniper

Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.

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