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Liad Agmon and Omri Mendellevich Photo: PR McDonald's buys Israeli AI co Dynamic Yield for $300m

The US fast food giant says it will utilize the Tel Aviv based company's decision technology to provide an even more personalized customer experience.

Eyal Waldman and Jensen Huang Photo: Kadia Levy Nvidia CEO: We'll expand Mellanox's activities in Israel

On a visit to Israel, Jensen Huang says that he wants Eyal Waldman to continue leading Mellanox as an independent entity.

eToro Photo: eToro eToro buys Danish blockchain co Firmo

The acquisition of Firmo will enable Israeli company eToro to accelerate the growth of our tokenized assets.

Jack Ma Photo: Reuters Alibaba buys Israeli augmented reality co InfinityAR

The Ramat Gan-based company's technology can turn any device into a content augmentation platform, using basic hardware.

Eyal Waldman and Jensen Huang  photo: Niv Cantor Mellanox share price remains well below Nvidia offer

With the deal scheduled to be completed by the end of the year, Mellanox share price is 6.5% below what Nvidia will pay. What snags could torpedo the deal?

Andres Richter Photo: Priority Software Priority Software acquires Belgium's Optimize Group

Sources close to the company estimated the price at several million euros.

Eyal Waldman Photo: Tamar Matsafi Mellanox goes to the market's hungriest player

The acquisition of Mellanox will considerably strengthen Nvidia's position in the global technological arms race.

Shimon Alon Photo: Eyal Izhar Attunity CEO: We can help Qlik grow in big data

The synergy is perfect says Shimon Alon after Attunity's $560 million acquisition by Qlik.

NSO management Photo: Benny Sahar NSO founders sell low then buy high

It sounds like a gamble but Omri Lavie and Shalev Hulio's business record shows they know a thing or two about entrepreneurship.

Intel building  Photo: Ronen Zvulun, Reuters Is Intel value for Israel's money?

Intel will invest NIS 40 billion, but will hire only 1,000 more employees and pay a ridiculously low 5% corporate tax rate.

Ori Hadomi Photo: Eyal Izhar "Raising the price increased demand for our device"

Mazor Robotics CEO Ori Hadomi tells the 17-year story that led to the robotic surgery company's $1.64 billion exit.

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