mergers and acquisitions

Cisco Systems Chairman Chambers, President Peres

Tech Buzz: Cisco buys Epsagon for $500m., Otonomo preps for IPO

American Tech company Cisco has acquired Epsagon for $500m. while Hertzliya's Otonomo Technologies merged with Software Aquisition Group Inc. II ahead of its IPO.

Jewish Museum of Maryland on the left and the Chizuk Amuno Synagogue on the right, Baltimore city

Merger positions Baltimore as the new epicenter of Jewish work

Pearlstone, a Jewish retreat center and outdoor education site, is absorbing into Hazon, the country’s largest faith-based environmental organization.


German energy company E.ON acquires Innogy

E.ON will continue to search for innovative Israeli startups and technologies for collaboration with the E.ON business units.

Ynet CEO interrogated ahead of failed Taboola-Outbrain merger - report

The raid on Ynet's offices was reportedly part of an investigation carried out by the Competition Authority surrounding the planned merger of Taboola and Outbrain, two Israeli startups.

Forescout's offices in California.

Israeli-American cyber firm Forescout acquired in $1.9 billion deal

Forescout will continue to be led by CEO and president Michael DeCesare following the acquisition.

Mellanox CEO Eyal Waldman and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang shake hands, March 2019

Israeli hi-tech exits surge to decade high of $21.7b. in 2019

The past year represented the most prolific year for venture capital funds to date

Minister of Economy and Industry, Eli Cohen (right), and SodaStream's CEO Daniel Birnbaum at the Min

PepsiCo to buy SodaStream for $3.2 billion

PepsiCo will now have a chance "to reach consumers beyond the bottle," said PepsiCo President Ramon Laguarta in a statement.

Israeli company sold in staggering $7.1 billion deal

The deal represents the second largest sale or "exit" of an Israeli company, only surpassed by Intel's purchase of Mobileye for $15.3 billion in 2017.

Hi-tech employees attend Nvidia’s GPU Technology conference in Tel Aviv

Israel’s Secret Weapon

Israel must look outwards for people and ideas if it wants to marry the startup nation to the global economy.

Tel Aviv stock exchange

Value of Israeli mergers and acquisitions deals drops in 2017

The average price of each transaction fell by about 38%, but there was a slight 9% in the number of transactions this year, up to 131 M&A deals.

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