McDonald’s Acquires Tel-Aviv Based Dynamic Yield for $300 Million

By the way, the $300 million figure was not actually announced, it was rumored, by a source that told the press the deal was worth $300 million.

El Al to Relaunch Direct Flights to Chicago on Dreamliners

Beginning in March 2020, the new flights will take off on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

Herzliya Based Security Company Cobwebs Technologies Raises $10 Million

50 out of Cobwebs' 60 employees live and work in Israel, and the company plans to hire dozens of new employees in and outside Israel.

Kahlon’s Bright Approach to Cutting the Burgeoning Deficit: Tax the Tourists

Hey, maybe they could send Shin Bet agents to rob tourists' of their cash, watches and jewelry, that could bring down that deficit real good.

Ya’alon: Netanyahu Should Be Tried for Treason over Submarine Deals

The Likud would rather not confront Ya'alon, who has been on the record from the start against purchasing that extra submarine.

Tel Aviv Ranked 10th Most Expensive City on the Planet

The flourishing Mediterranean seaside city tied with Los Angeles.

Kim Kardashian West Cancels Upcoming Trip to Israel

Kardashian was scheduled to co-launch a new designer line of eyeglasses by Israeli eye wear chain owner Carolina Lemke.

ExxonMobil Mulls Oil and Gas Exploration in Israel

Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz met with the company’s executives in Houston this week about bidding for the right to explore and pump oil in Israel’s offshore blocks

New Israeli English-Language Startup Offers Hiking, B & B, Guided Group Treks

Each hike features nightly stays at a bed-and-breakfast and includes breakfast and lunch; paper maps, a GPS mobile phone app, an initial pre-trek briefing the evening before each trip, as well as 24/7 customer service support.

Stockholm Institute ranks Israel the World’s Eighth-Largest Arms Exporter

Despite its high ranking, the world’s top five militarily industrious countries—the United States, Russia, France, Germany and China—made up a collective 75 percent of all arms exports worldwide.

Pompeo: US Becoming Largest Exporter of Crude Oil

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US "will be the world’s largest exporter of crude oil in just a relatively short number of months."

University of Haifa and “ii2020” Sign Collaboration to Transform Haifa into Digital Health Powerhouse

The University and Dr. Erel Margalit, founder and chairman of Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) announce partnership which will use the vehicle of digital health to create thousands of new jobs in Haifa, Israel’s third-largest city.

Silicon Valley Chipmaker Buys Israeli Mellanox for $6.9 Billion

Mellanox is a design-only company, outsourcing the manufacture of its current generation of chips to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.

Lebanon Warns Neighbors Not to Use Israel-EU Pipeline

Lebanon claims parts of Israel's gas fields are in Lebanon's exclusive economic zone.

Israeli Firm to Supply Robots to Italian Military Police

The firm manufactures ground robotic systems, also known as the Transportable Interoperatble Ground Robot (TIGR), for military and law-enforcement utilization, such as handling of suspicious and dangerous items, in addition to collecting intelligence.

Israeli Venture Investor Celebrates $1 Billion Raised for 170 Companies

The OurCrowd network consists of 30,000 registered investors from over 150 countries.

aMoon2 Raises $660 Million, Becomes Largest Israeli Venture Capital Firm

Israel’s electronic medical records account for 98 percent of the population, going back two decades. The Israeli government recently launched a national project that will invest $272 million in digital health initiatives over the next five years.

‘Forbes’ Ranking of World Billionaires Lists 21 Israelis

The wealthiest person in the world is Amazon owner Jeff Bezos at $131 billion. The youngest is American Kylie Jenner, 21, with $1 billion.

Financial Illiteracy, Irrational Thinking Prevents People from Saving for Retirement

Throughout the Western world, only a minority of people save enough during their working careers to avoid a drop in living standards after retirement.

Elbit’s Terrain Avoidance System Declared Operational for C-130 Hercules

The new Terrain Following and Terrain Avoidance system is part of an Elbit comprehensive C-130 avionics upgrade program.

In Meeting with Orthodox Official, United Airlines Vows to Combat Anti-Semitism in Its Ranks

The airline reached out to the Orthodox chamber of commerce after it had publicized "troubling" incidents involving United, a young Jewish mother, and an elderly Jewish couple.

Using NASA Technology: Israeli Manufacturer Develops Futuristic Snack

The development of Astro is announced as Israel becomes the first to launch a mission to the moon.

Teva Projects Generic Version of EpiPen to Consist of a Quarter of US Market

After a several-year delay, Teva received U.S. approval for its EpiPen in August 2018, but Schultz said more “validations” were mandated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, which it has completed.

Israel’s Rafael Unveils New Smart Bunker Buster

The new projectile, named Rocks, is an advanced, stand-off range air-to-surface missile, which can be launched at a distance sufficient to allow attacking personnel to evade defensive fire from the target area.


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