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Israel Institute of Biological Research (IIBR), Nes Ziona  credit: Eyal Izhar Israeli vaccine evolves to mimic Omicron

The Israel Institute of Biological Research vaccine, being developed by NRx Pharmaceuticals, has yet to be proved effective in the real world.

Kornit Digital Kiryat Gat factory Photo: Victor Levi Kornit Digital inaugurates Kiryat Gat ink factory

The company said that the move to the new factory will increase production to meet growing demand and improve the productivity of its employees.

Fireblocks founders Idan Ofrat, Michael Shaulov, and Pavel Berengoltz  credit: PR Fireblocks raises $550m at $8b valuation

The Israeli cryptocurrency security company for banks and financial institutions has nearly quadrupled its valuation since last June.

Hannoch Marksheid Photo: Norami Medical Nurami seeks FDA, EU approval for soft tissue repair solution

Israeli company Nurami Medical has recruited all the patients for a clinical trial on its product to repair soft tissue damaged during neurosurgery.

Shekels Photo: Shutterstock Vladerina32 Shekel weaker against dollar after Fed meeting

The Israeli currency is trading at levels against the US currency not seen since October 2021.

NBanox mobile CT scanner Can CT scan developer Nanox prove the skeptics wrong?

The Israeli company has promised a revolution in medical imaging but its market cap has slumped from $3.5 billion to $560 million, as investors begin to doubt whether it can deliver.

Adam Singolda Photo: Kfir Ziv Taboola launches tool for personalizing news homepages

The Homepage For You platform complements existing ability to edit news homepages with a new AI layer that presents content readers might find more relevant.

Dudi Reznik  credit: Oren Dai Where is Israel's stock market going? "Globes" asks two analysts

Dudi Reznik of Leumi Capital Markets finds reasons to be cheerful; IBI's Rafi Gozlan is less optimistic.

Elbit Systems space telescope Photo: Elbit Systems Elbit wins Weizmann Institute space telescope contract

Elbit Systems will provide the Weizmann Institute with the telescope as part of Israel’s Ultraviolet Transient Astronomy Satellite (ULTRASAT) program to observe and research deep space.

Partner CEO Avi Zvi  credit: Yisrael Shem Tov Partner to lay new cable connecting the East and Europe

Tamares Telecom will be the project's anchor customer and provide initial finance.

Erez Balasha and Joseph Singer Photo: Tamuz Rachman Generation Capital unit GES buys KMM Recycling

GES will pay NIS 195 million for a 75% stake in the waste recycling company.

Mortgages Photo: Shutterstock Gov't bill opens way to greater competition on mortgages

Non-bank credit companies will be able to issue bonds to finance housing loans.

Mediwound team Photo: PR MediWound reports positive results in leg ulcer trial

The study met its primary endpoint, demonstrating that patients treated with EscharEx had a statistically significant higher incidence of complete debridement.

Shekels Photo: Shutterstock Vladerina32 Shekel at weakest for two months

The Israeli currency continues to depreciate amid steep falls on stock markets worldwide.

Tamar rig Photo: Albatross IEC obtains 29% price cut in amended Tamar gas deal

The new price will be $4.5 per million British thermal units (mmBtu).

SentinelOne IPO  credit: PR Where did $23b go? NY falls hit Israeli newbies hard

The steepest declines among the "2021 vintage" are in companies that went public through SPACs.

Amir Nehmad and Nir Salkman Nayax buys On Track Innovations

The Israeli fintech company has rescued payment solutions company OTI from insolvency proceedings.

Itzik Abercohen  credit: Eyal Izhar Itzik Abercohen to step down as Shufersal CEO

Abercohen will leave his post at the head of Israel's largest supermarket chain on March 31st.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Stocks sharply down in Tel Aviv after delayed opening

Large negative arbitrage gaps in dual-listed stocks are weighing on the Tel Aviv indices, with local bank stocks also falling heavily.

Sonovia mask Photo: Company website Unmasking Sonovia's green textiles revolution

In the Covid pandemic, Israeli company Sonovia has become known for its superior facemasks, but its technology and ambitions go far beyond that.

Shekel Photo: Shutterstock Vladirina 32 Shekel weakens as global markets fall

Leader Capital Markets chief economist Yonatan Katz expects a rate hike in April, predicting that inflation will climb towards 3% annually.

Guy Shaya and Dudi Najmi Photo: Israel Hadari Clal Insurance leads NIS 250m round in Timora real estate fund

Timora, which acquires, improves and manages investments in office, industrial, and logistical real estate in Israel, plans to increase its equity to NIS 500 million over the coming year.

Bear market Photo: Shutterstock "Half of Israeli stocks on Wall Street are down over 50%"

Oppenheimer Israel senior equity analyst Sergei Vastchenok explains why Israeli tech stocks are struggling, as the market looks beyond Covid.

Fintech Photo: Shutterstock Thoma Bravo invests $85m in Israeli fintech co Personetics

The Tel Aviv company's AI financial-data-driven personalization solutions for banks and financial services providers, enables them to target the needs of individual customers.

Teva  credit: Shutterstock Teva settles investor lawsuit for $420m

The lawsuit was over Teva's conduct in alleged price fixing in the US. Teva denies all wrongdoing.

Rami Reshef Photo: Eyal Izhar Fuel cell solutions co GenCell raises NIS 112.5m

Israeli institutional investors Harel, Migdal and Meitav-Dash were among the investors in the Israeli hydrogen and ammonia fuel cell solutions company.

Zim charters 3 LNG container vessels

The $400 million agreement has been signed with a shipping company that is affiliated with Kenon Holdings Ltd., controlled by Idan Ofer, Zim's largest shareholder.

Ido Erlichman Photo: OH! PR Digital privacy co Kape revenue jumps 90%

The Teddy Sagi controlled company's revenue and EBITDA were substantially above its own forecasts.

Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua in an autonomous vehicle on the road to Jerusalem  credit: PR Mobileye woos investors at CES

Despite declaring that it was dealing purely with technology and not its planned $50 billion flotation, Mobileye was clearly running a roadshow.

Shlomo Eliahu  credit: Tamar Matsafi Hanan Melcer to replace Shlomo Eliahu as Migdal chair

Melcer retired as a Supreme Court judge last year. Eliahu, 86, holds 64% of Migdal Insurance and Financial Holdings.

El Al, Arkia and Israir planes at Ben Gurion Airport  credit: Danny Sadeh Treasury unveils $85m aid for Israel's airlines

The controlling shareholders will be required to inject $2 for every $3 that the state grants.

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