Ashot Ashkelon makes parts for armored vehicles, heavy vehicles and aerospace including gears, gearboxes, transmissions, landing gear components, and engine shafts and rotating parts.
El Al has notified the TASE that initial talks are underway to buy the rival Israeli airline in an all-share deal.
Australian gambling machine manufacturer Aristocrat Leisure is paying a 58% premium for the online software platform for gambling sites.
Medtronic plans integrating Triple Jump's insulin pump patch into its artificial pancreas system.
The Israeli company said that the acquisition will strengthen its platform offerings for mobile app and game developers.
Tel Aviv-based PlaySight delivers pro-level video technology to hundreds of thousands of athletes, coaches, teams and fans in over 30 sports.
Petah Tikva-based Cellebrite is spending tens of millions of the $370 million it raised in its SPAC merger last month.
This will be Gazit's second major exit in less than two months after selling MCP Performance Plastic to Danish food packaging company Faerch.
Some banking sources believe the loss of Leumi USA's Israeli identity will benefit rivals Hapoalim and Discount in the US market.
Company founder Gigi Levy-Weiss discusses the huge potential of Israel's tech industry and gaming sector and insists there is no bubble waiting to burst.
More and more of the capital raised by Israel's startups is being invested in M&As. But can Israel's young entrepreneurs succeed where so many tech giants fail?
How did a tech company that began so well and attracted the best investors end up being sold for less than its last valuation?
Buying Ayalon, which has twenty times its assets under management, could open the door wide for WeSure's planned expansion overseas.