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Pagaya founders Photo: Roy Perry Fintech co Pagaya announces $8.5b valuation SPAC deal

The Israeli company, which has developed an AI platform for analyzing credit applications, will receive $288 million from EJF Acquisition Corp's cash in trust plus $200 million in PIPE financing.

Fintech Photo: Shutterstock Health incentive life insurance co Sproutt raises $26m

The Israeli company has developed a predictive life insurance that rewards healthy behavior.

Pagaya founders Photo: Roy Perry Israeli fintech co Pagaya set for $9b SPAC deal - report

Pagaya, which has developed an AI platform for analyzing credit applications, is to merge with EJF Acquisition, "The Wall Street Journal" reports.

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.

Ran Oren, Danny Herman, Meirav Oren and Barak Cohen Credit: Ray Habot Israeli AI construction optimization co Versatile raises $80m

Since its 2019 launch, CraneView has been adopted by over 40% of the leading general contractors in North America.

Bnei Zion building site for data center Bnei Zion residents petition court against Google data center

Residents say the Hof HaSharon Regional Council did not consider environmental and health issues when granting approval.

Roy Zisapel Photo: Nicola Zeff Siris Capital in talks to buy Radware for $1.7b - report

The US private equity firm is negotiating to acquire the veteran Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity company, CNBC reports.

Ido Erlichman Photo: OH! PR Kape buys VPN provider ExpressVPN for $936m

The Israeli cybersecurity company says the acquisition will help it define the next generation of privacy and security protection tools and services.

Meytal Shavit, Elad Tsur, Yinnon Dolev and Diyaa Shridi Photo: Michael Cohen Israel's Planck teams with Japanese insurance giant Sompo

Planck’s AI-based platform gathers publicly available data about businesses and applies machine learning to generate insights, allowing insurance companies to more accurately assess risks.

JFrog Photo: Nasdaq PR JFrog buys Israeli remote device management co Upswift

Upswift has developed a management platform for remote updates of IoT devices by developers is led by two 27 year-olds.

VisibleRisk employees Photo: Doron Letzter BitSight buys Israeli cyber risk assessment co VisibleRisk

VisibleRisk was founded in 2019 as a collaboration between Israel venture group Team8 and Moody's, who have invested $30 million in the company to date.

Papayal Global founders Ruben Drong, Einat Guez and Ofer Herman Photo: Ira Prokhorov Papaya Global raises $250m at $3.7b valuation

The Israeli payroll platform for cross-border employee salary management has tripled its valuation in the past six months.

Coby Hanoch / Photo: PR Weebit Nano teams with Skywater

The companies have announced an agreement to take Weebit’s Resistive RAM memory technology to volume production.

Omri Cohen and Tomer Tagrin. Credit: Mor Shani Shopify invests $30m in Israeli startup Yotpo

The investment is part of a strategic investment between Yotpo and Shopify, "to develop innovative marketing solutions that help brands deepen customer relationships."

Tomer Weingarten Photo: PR SentinelOne reports strong results and Q3 guidance

The Israeli cybersecurity company's CEO Tomer Weingarten said, "Our IPO was a significant milestone and is only the beginning of the opportunity in front of us."

Snyk founders / Photo:  Snyk Cybersecurity co Snyk raises $300m at $8.5b valuation

In addition to the new capital raised, investors will pay $230 million to buy existing shares in the Israeli-founded cloud native application security company.

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.

Quantum Machines founders Photo: PR Israeli startup Quantum Machines raises $50m

The Tel Aviv-based company has launched the Quantum Orchestration Platform, and a programming language called QUA, which enables research groups to write algorithms that can be run on any quantum computer in the world of any kind.

Global-e IPO Photo: Space Cat Global-e files for $857m secondary offering

The Petah Tikva based e-commerce platform's shareholders are taking advantage of the share price's 186% rise since its IPO in May.

Agent Vi team Photo: Shmuel Cohen Irisity buys Israeli video analytics co Agent Vi

The Swedish video analytics company will pay $67.5 million in cash and shares for its Israeli rival.

SentinelOne IPO Photo: SentinelOne Lossmaking SentinelOne leapfrogs Check Point in value

Wall Street investors prefer fast growing, exciting companies like SentinelOne, to profitable slow growth, veteran companies.

Google Pay  credit: Shutterstock Google Pay partners with Leumi

Leumi has signed an agreement with Google to allow the bank to offer its customers the Google Pay digital wallet.

Foretellix founders Photo: PR Volvo invests as Israeli auto-tech co Foretellix raises $32m

The company has developed a testing, verification and validation platform for automated driving systems.

Playtika Nasdaq IPO Playtika buys Finnish co Reworks for up to $600m

The Israeli mobile gaming company is acquiring Reworks for its hit design entertainment app Redecor.

OwnBackup Photo: Buxa OwnBackup buys US software co RevCult

The acquisition is OwnBackup’s latest step toward growing its data protection platform.

Avanan Photo: Avanan Check Point buys Israeli email security co Avanan for $280m

Avanan has developed AI-based technology to block in the cloud emails containing malicious links.

Ofer Elyakim  photo: Tamar Matsafi Synaptics acquires Israeli chipmaker DSP Group for $540m

The US software company will pay an 18% premium on the share price of the Internet of Audio Things chipmaker.

Yossi Carmil Digital intelligence co Cellebrite completes SPAC merger

The Israeli company, which provides digital intelligence solutions to law enforcement agencies and governments, will begin trading on Nasdaq tomorrow.

Tamir Pardo Photo: PR Former Mossad chief's cybersecurity company to operate in Gulf

Tamir Pardo's XM Cyber will bid to protect infrastructures in the UAE and Bahrain, as part of a consortium led by Rafael.

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.

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