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Sameh Abou Arayes, the President of the Arab Society of Technical Analysts, wrote on Sunday a post on his Facebook page, in which he called Uber "the first espionage network in Egypt."
Transport Ministry is fighting the company in court over safety rules.
Ride sharing service is running a pilot of UberNight in Tel Aviv where it says passengers only pay to help cover the expense of the ride.
As far as the latest venture in New York is concerned, David said the company’s system will create “peace of mind” for vehicle owners and drivers."
By SHARON UDASIN
The ability to find and exploit trends that shape consumer behavior is what one forecasting expert is helping some of Israel's biggest companies achieve.
By NIV ELIS
Israeli researchers from the Technicon collaborated with The Ministry of Transport and a feminist NGO, Kayan, to develop the application.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
Israeli founded company says its technology could have prevented the death of Uber victim in fatal car crash.
Udi Mokady, CEO of the Israeli firm CyberArk Software Ltd., expressed concern over security breach after news of a hack.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Israeli law prohibits the ride sharing service.
"The whole embassy is deeply shocked, saddened by this news."
Medication non-adherence causes over 125,000 deaths each year and generates as much as $290 billion in health-care costs.
By HILLEL FULD
Though Uber has been operating in Israel since 2014, it only works with taxis.
By YAAKOV KATZ
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
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