Controlling shareholder Teddy Sagi bought shares worth $55.7 million in the offering of the cybersecurity and privacy protection company.
The company's technology allows automatic and large scale management of security of applications developed by an enterprise.
The Israeli online trading platform is gearing up to begin operations in the US in the first half of 2021.
Toka develops intelligence gathering technologies that empower law enforcement and intelligence agencies to strengthen homeland security.
The Israeli freelance services platform developer is benefitting from the Covid-19 crisis.
The company, founded by serial entrepreneurs CEO Rami Tamir, Benny Schnaider and Gil Hoffer, has emerged from stealth and launched its SaaS solution for business application configuration.
The financing round in the Israeli company was led by ION Crossover Partners and Viola Growth.
Weebit CEO Coby Hanoch talks about his company's new memory technology, and rocketing share price.
The company has grown rapidly by reducing customer friction points for enterprises through its visual assistance technology.
Goldman Sachs equity analyst Brian Essex has also upgraded the Israeli cybersecurity company from "Sell" to "Neutral."
Hagai Hartman went to Austria to work as a security officer and is coming back to Israel after selling to SAP the cloud marketing startup Emarsys that he founded.
Lili was founded by CEO Lilac Bar David and CTO Liran Zelkha, who previously founded Pepper, the digital bank of Bank Leumi.
Loyalsys develops advanced solutions for brands in the field of customer retention and loyalty programs.
In Sound Radix, musicality met IDF technological flair to solve a problem that plagued sound studios.
The money was raised from a group of investors headed by Collider Ventures founders Ofer Rotem, Adam Benayoun, and Avishay Ovadia.
The deal is believed to be with a government agency in Abu Dhabi and to be worth $3 million.
The Israeli cybersecurity company's non-GAAP net profit earnings per share (EPS) was $1.64, while the analysts had predicted EPS of $1.53.
The company is developing and manufacturing thermal imaging (LWIR) systems for automotive and pedestrian safety.
As consumers switch to online shopping, eCommerce discovery has become paramount for customer acquisition and retention in the new normal.
Google's AI-focused investment fund has made its first-ever investment in an Israeli startup.
The Israeli company has filed confidentially with the US SEC. "Reuters" reports Playtika will seek to raise $1 billion at a $10 billion valuation.
CEO Shlomi Ben Haim talks about JFrog's wildly successful IPO, market valuations, and where the company is heading.
A new plan aims to break down the barriers to young Israeli Arabs playing their full part in Israel's tech industry.
CyberRighTech advises Israeli companies on how to ensure that sensitive technology does not fall into repressive hands.
Spot founder Amiram Shachar's professors weren't impressed by his idea for cheaper cloud computing, but it's now central to NetApp.
Intel CEO Bob Swan's comments about outsourcing production provides Israel with an opportunity to examine alternative options for huge government grants.
Some argued that the digital insurance company was not worth $2 billion. They were right but got it completely wrong.
Determination and an unusual appetite for risk have taken Sarit Firon from poor beginnings to managing partner at Team8 Capital.
Amnon Shashua fears Israel will miss a historic opportunity to lead the automotive revolution unless regulatory change is speeded up.
The Israeli digital insurer's share price rose 140% on its first day but the public didn't benefit because the system favors the investment banks and hedge funds.