Cellcom credit: Eyal Izhar Discount Investment in talks to sell Cellcom

Discount Investment holds a 36% controlling stake in the Israeli telecom company.

CartiHeal CEO Nir Altschuler  credit: Eyal Izhar Smith+Nephew buying CartiHeal for up to $330m

A previous deal with US company Bioventus fell through. Israeli company CartiHeal has developed an implant for treating cartilage and joint surface lesions in the knee.

Melio founders Ilan Atias and Matan Bar credit: Dana Tamari BILL Holdings denies Melio acquisition report

"Bloomberg" reported that the US company would acquire Israeli fintech company Melio for $1.95 billion. BILL Holdings: BILL is not pursuing any such acquisition at this time.

Melio founders Ilan Atias and Matan Bar credit: Dana Tamari Bill Holdings in advanced talks to buy Melio for $1.95b - report

"Bloomberg" reports that the Israeli fintech company is set to be acquired for less than half its valuation in 2021.

Talon Cyber Security founders credit: Shay Sharon Palo Alto Networks confirms Talon acquisition

Palo Alto Networks will pay an estimated $625 million for the enterprise browser company - its second Israeli acquisition this month.

Isracard CEO Ran Oz  credit: Tammy Bar-Shay Harel, Isracard extend merger deadline

Isracard's share price plunged in the past two weeks amid assessments that the deal with Harel would not go ahead, but it is up nearly 15% in today's session.

Dig Security founders Ido Azran, Dan Benjamin , Gad Akuka  credit: Eyal Marilus Palo Alto Networks confirms Dig Security acquisition

Cybersecurity company Palo Alto will pay $300-400 million for the Israeli data security posture management startup.

Yair Nechmad and David Ben-Avi credit: David Zisser Nayax acquires POS software co Retail Pro

The acquisition will expand the scope of Nayax’s retail business and solutions to over 9,000 retailers with 150,000 POS lanes in over 100 countries.

Isracard CEO Ran Oz  credit: Tammy Bar-Shay Isracard refuses to extend Harel merger deadline

The Competition Authority requested an extension of the November 12 deadline. Harel agreed; Isracard said no.

NICE CEO Barak Eilam credit: CRC Media NICE Systems buys AI proactive outreach provider LiveVox

The Israeli company will pay $350 million for San Francisco-based LiveVox, which listed on Nasdaq at a company valuation of $840 million in 2021.

Palo Alto Networks credit: Shutterstock Palo Alto Networks targets more acquisitions

The company buys up startups, many of them Israeli, so that it can offer cybersecurity software packages at major discounts to its clients' data security managers.

Stratasys headquarters  Eyal Izhar Stratasys shareholders nix merger with Desktop Metal

The company's board has extended Stratasys's "poison pill" mechanism to ward off hostile takeover bids by three months.

Nir Zuk  credit: Tal Givoni Palo Alto in talks to buy 2 Israeli cybersecurity cos for $1b

Palo Alto Networks is in advanced talks to buy Talon Cyber Security and Dig Security.

Bionic founders credit: Jonathan Bloom Crowdstrike to acquire Israeli co for $350m has developed an application security posture management platform.

Playtika CEO Robert Antokol credit: PR Playtika buys Israeli mobile games studio Innplay Labs

Playtika will pay $80 million up front for the strategic acquisition with a maximum consideration of $300 million.

Ermetic founders credit: Eyal Izhar Tenable confirms acquisition of Israeli cloud security co Ermetic

The US cybersecurity company will pay $265 million for the cloud-native application protection platform.

Gil Shwed  photo: Eyal Izhar Check Point buys Israeli cybersecurity co Atmosec

Atmosec specializes in the rapid discovery and disconnection of malicious SaaS applications, preventing risky third party SaaS communications, and rectifying SaaS misconfigurations.

Ermetic founders credit: Eyal Izhar Tenable in advanced talks to buy Israeli cybersecurity co Ermetic

Tenable is in negotiations to pay $350 million for the Israeli identity first cloud security company, sources close to the deal have told "Globes."

Companies in need of cash have become acquisition targets  credit: Shutterstock Barclays sees dozens of Israeli cos as acquisition targets

Barclays Israel country manager Ilan Paz: Investors are being defensive, so if a company is not profitable and needs cash, it has a problem.

Wiz CEO Assaf Rappaport and SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten credit: Netanel Tobias and SentinelOne PR After merger reports, SentinelOne ends Wiz collaboration

SentinelOne is reportedly angry about leaks on the merger talks between the two Israeli cybersecurity companies.

Wiz CEO Assaf Rappaport and SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten credit: Netanel Tobias and SentinelOne PR Wiz, SentinelOne merger makes sense with private equity help

In a previous collaboration Wiz CEO Assaf Rappaport said, "By combining the two platforms, customers gain visibility and actionable context to solve their most complex security challenges."

SentinelOne on Wall Street Photo: PR Wiz mulls buying SentinelOne in huge Israeli merger - report

"Bloomberg" reports that Israeli cloud security company Wiz is considering acquiring Israeli cybersecurity company SentinelOne, which has a market cap of over $4.8 billion.

Tomer Weingarten  credit: PR SentinelOne jumps on report that it's for sale

The Israeli cybersecurity's share price was boosted by a Reuters report that it has held initial talks with potential buyers.

Arkia  credit: PR Arkia's merger into listed shell company cancelled

Technoplus Ventures has notified the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange that negotiations with Arkia have ceased.

Russell Ellwanger  credit: Eyal Izhar What next for Tower Semiconductor?

Cancellation of the merger with Intel leaves Tower still well positioned in its market, and an attractive target for other bidders, analysts who cover the company say.

Intel  credit: Shutterstock Chinese curse becomes blessing for Intel

The Chinese regulator may well have done Intel a favor by scuppering the acquisition of Tower Semiconductor in retaliation for US measures.

Tower Semiconductor fab  credit: Shlomi Yosef Intel cancels Tower Semiconductor acquisition

Intel will pay Tower a $353 million penalty for cancellation of the deal, which was due to failure to obtain regulatory approval in China.

Tower Semiconductor fab  credit: Shlomi Yosef Intel to cancel Tower Semiconductor acquisition - reports

The completion date for Intel's $5.4 billion deal to buy Israel's Tower Semiconductor has passed, but the US chip giant has failed to obtain regulatory approval in China.

Rewalk Photo: Mike Sanger, Reuters ReWalk completes acquisition of rival AlterG

ReWalk has completed the acquisition of AlterG, which provides anti-gravity systems for use in physical and neurological rehabilitation.

Rami Levy  credit: Jonathan Bloom Rami Levi in talks to buy Yango

Yango, the taxi-hailing and delivery app owned by Russian company Yandex, insists it is not for sale.

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