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Mergers and acquisitions Photo: To Go China's TAL buys Israeli education games co Codemonkey

The Tel Aviv based company, which teaches children programing skills through games, has been acquired for $20 million.

Startup investment Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Israeli ad tracking co SOOMLA raises $2.6m

Using its innovative ad tracking technology, the Tel Aviv-based company delivers granular, impression level data, on more than 30 ad-networks.

Hummus Photo: Eyal Izhar Israeli chickpea protein co InnovoPro raises $4.25m

The Israeli company has been able to produce high amounts of grain based protein from chickpeas.

Intel employees photo: NextLeap Ventures NextLeap leverages wisdom of the 'experienced' crowd

Dozens of former Intel employees have formed a fund and invested money in five Israeli startups.

Dollars Photo: Shutterstock Israeli startups raised $600m in November

The country's startups have raised a record $5.7 billion since the start of 2018.

real estate  photo: Eyal Izhar Real estate agent co Home Hero raises $4m

The Israeli company's interface, based on artificial intelligence, connects sellers and buyers of an asset and accompanies the transaction until it is effectively closed.

Israel's 10 Most Promising Startups 2018 "Globes" names Puls Israel's most promising 2018 startup

"Globes" ranks this year's crop of companies that are most likely to make a disruptive difference.

Moshe Hogeg and Lionel Messi Photo: PR Hogeg's Sirin Labs unveils $999 blockchain phone

The Israeli company has launched the world's first blockchain phone complete with a cold storage crypto wallet.

Skoda Photo: PR Skoda partners with three more Israeli startups

The carmaker's Tel Aviv Digilab has formed partnerships with kinetic storage company Chakratec, AI company Anagog and car body scanner UVeye.

Ehud Barak Photo: Tamar Matsafi Ehud Barak speaks at Globes Most Promising Startups event

The former prime minister is the keynote speaker at the event to announce Israel's ten most promising startups of 2018.

Elisabeth Kogan Photo: PR Teva's loss is Israeli pharma industry's gain

Disinvestment by Teva from Israeli companies and thousands of employees laid off have had advantages for Israel's pharma industry, including successful startups.

Careers Photo: Shutterstock It's not worth working for a startup

A startup is almost always just another small company that gets nowhere. If anything, startup is a synonym for failure, not an exit.

Slimming Photo: Shutterstock 8 Israeli startups offer original ways to lose weight

Israeli medical companies are tackling the problem of obesity.

vehicle technology  image: Shutterstock - ASAP Creative Autotech ahoy!

With the timetable for commercializing autonomous cars getting longer, Israeli autotech companies are looking at parallel markets - shipping, for example.

Yossi Wolf Photo; Eyal Izhar Israeli startup Temi aims to put robots into the home

Yossi Wolf dreamed of a robot to help families communicate with elderly parents and managers to talk to employees, so he made one.

dollars  picture: Thinkstock $100m financing rounds no longer a rarity

Exits by Israeli companies are giving way to growth, acquisitions, and building a large global company.

Shahar Mintz and Toli Elenberg Photo: Eyal Izhar Chatway has built WhatsApp of project management

The Israeli startup, in which Rony Zarom has invested, is sure its instant messaging can compete with Google, Slack and Trello.

Judge Ronit Gurwicz Photo: Court website Court rules against divorcing husband on startup value

The court ruled the wife is entitled to half the value of the startup, even though it was sold more than a year after the couple separated.

Uri Oster Photo: PR Tapingo CTO: We've still got major growth potential

Tapingo cofounder Udi Oster, whose company offers mobile ordering and pickup on US campuses, talks about his company's $150 million acquisition by GrubHub.

Prof. Moshe Shoham Photo: Paul Orlive Mazor founder has more startups in the pipeline

Medtronic is buying Prof. Moshe Shoham's Mazor for $1.6 billion, while he is looking forward to more robots and more startups.

Tal Tinichigiu-Abergil and Oren Avman Photo: Alon Ron Israel's Double Shoot makes weapons more accurate

Tal Tinichigiu-Abergil and Oren Avman's startup has developed an app for streamlining and simplifying the firearm zeroing process.

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