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Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli Waze to go

Waze is a highly unusual exit for the Israeli tech industry, but it points to a new level of capabilities.

Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli Did Waze really need the Chief Scientist?

Waze would have gotten along without government financing, but the company may be an interesting example of the real potential profits for the Israeli economy.

Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli Facebook and Waze mull road ahead

Facebook has had limited success in creating revenue from smartphone users.

Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli Mellanox confounds expectations again

Just as the growth was not completely clear, the explanations about the drop in performance are also inadequate.

Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli NICE Systems and Verint Systems: 1+1=3

Such a deal could result in a company with annual revenue of $2 billion and improved profitability due to synergy.

Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli Only one way for Waze

Given the risks and the opportunities, a quick sale looks like an almost certain outcome.

Shmulik Shelach  illustration: Gil Gibli Palo Alto challenges Check Point

Palo Alto Networks' edge is not just in its approach, which targets more sophisticated contemporary challenges, but also in its hardware.

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