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A travel-tech showcase brought to the entertainment capital of the world a delegation of 15 Israeli start-ups with solutions for gaming and integrated resorts.
Company plans to hire 200 employees in next three years.
Japanese and Chinese supercomputers may leave start-up nation in the dust
"Brilliant youth from Acre, Or Yehuda, Netanya, Sakhnin and Safed presented innovative ideas and products born by people thinking out of the box," said Jerusalem Post CEO.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
For the first time, Tel Aviv ranked among the top 50 cities in the annual Dell Women Entrepreneurship Cities index, released on Monday.
By SHARON UDASIN
After holding an initial Make It Driveable event in Tel Aviv in 2015, the Ford team decided that returning to Israel was critical.
Fundbox developed a platform that enables small and medium businesses to receive immediate payment for any outstanding invoices that haven’t yet been paid.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
IKEA looking to the startup nation for some innovative inspiration.
Self-driving vehicles must be highly secure against attacks on data communications.
70 Israeli start-ups competed; and only three reached the final stage.
While Intendu has a roster of impressive clients in the US, the team is now beginning to pursue its real focus: to bring Intendu from the rehab clinic to the doorstep of patients.
By MATT KRIEGER
The shift in sentiment towards ICOs could incentivize more Israeli start-ups to enter the ICO market.
By BOB MASON/FXEMPIRE
A lawyer representing Kushner, Jamie Gorelick, said the White House official disclosed his investment in a revised disclosure form.
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