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Unit becomes first banking-as-a-service unicorn with $1.2b valuation

Unit's banking-as-a-service platform Unit allows companies to embed financial services in their products.

Michael Fridman

Ukrainian court seizes assets of Russian-Israeli billionaire Mikhail Fridman

Fridman is one of the richest men in Russia and is the co-founder of Alfa-Bank as well as the investment firm LetterOne.

16/05/2022

If Elon Musk’s Twitter plan falls through, it wouldn’t be the first time

Elon Musk, the erial entrepreneur, controversy-stirring celebrity, terminally online gadfly and the richest man in the world abruptly tapping the brakes on the $44-billion Twitter acquisition

By Brian Contreras , Russ Mitchell/Los Angeles Times/TNS
16/05/2022

Great Mini World: A unique museum of imagination

The Great Mini World museum is testimony to Moshe Samter’s boundless imagination, sense of fun and painstaking attention to detail.

14/05/2022

Jerusalem Print Workshop: One of the city's best-kept secrets

The place simply reeks of history. The main working area, and side rooms, are dotted with cast iron machinery that have clearly been around the block, and back, over the decades.

13/05/2022

Elon Musk Twitter deal 'temporarily on hold'

"Twitter deal temporarily on hold pending details supporting calculation that spam/fake accounts do indeed represent less than 5% of users," he said in a tweet.

By REUTERS
13/05/2022

Disney+ avoids streaming slump for now, adding 8 million subscribers

The Burbank entertainment giant said Disney+ added nearly 8 million subscribers during the second quarter, exceeding analyst estimates.

By RYAN FAUGHNDER/LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS
12/05/2022

Can a wider hiring pool keep a start-up bubble from popping?

In order to survive, Israel’s start-ups need to look for workers in more places - but a storm on the horizon could prove an even bigger threat to the industry’s longevity.

Israel innovation head impressed with Klil factory

"I have found a lot of innovation and a desire to grow here at Klil, and I would be very happy to see their applications to the Innovation Authority approved,” Ami Appelbaum said.

The path to autonomous vehicles in Israel - comment

Israel will only reap the benefits of the new legislation if the regulators can demonstrate their professionalism and efficiency on an ongoing basis.

By ELI GREENBAUM , TANI STERMAN
11/05/2022
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