Six Israeli companies make elite list

Six Israeli companies were listed on the inaugural Red Herring Small Cap 100 List, published in this week's issue of hi-tech magazine Red Herring.

By AVI KRAWITZ
December 14, 2005 07:10

 
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Six Israeli companies were listed on the inaugural Red Herring Small Cap 100 List, published in this week's issue of hi-tech magazine Red Herring. Elbit Systems, Given Imagining, Nice Systems, Orbotech, Retalix, and Ulticom, each won spots on the exclusive list. "These public companies possess innovative technology and smart business models that can take them to the next level of competition," Red Herring said.

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