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 NUSEIR YASSIN (right) and Casey Neistat appear on the Nas Summit stage in Tel Aviv.

Should Israeli companies have to hide where they come from?

 PROF. EYAL BENVENISTI

Putting democracy under the microscope

 Protect intellectual property with Biometric security. Converging technology with glowing human brain hologram. Intellectual property protection or Patent idea protection Concept

Intellectual Property Day and the United Nations - A time for global reckoning

By Dr. Esther Luzzatto , Lilach Luzzatto-Shukrun , Patent Attorney  
 Technology

The 10 plagues of Israel's high-tech ecosystem

 Maisam Jaljuli

Arab-Israeli CEO: October 7 led to radicalization, tension in Israeli society

By Maisam Jaljuli
Sharon Seemann, Partner, YL Ventures

Six months since Oct. 7, YL Ventures partner: Not out of the woods

By Sharon Seemann
 Shai Golan, COO, Rimon Group

Rimon Group COO: Best career decision was to relocate from Israel to US

By Shai Golan
 Nir Shahaf

J.P. Morgan Innovation Center chief: 'Most important thing for my career was focus'

By Nir Shahaf
 Didi Gurfinkel

Here's how my multinational business remained strong post-October 7

By Didi Gurfinkel
 Ariel Tiger

'Amid conflict, sustainable growth is inextricably tied to social responsibility'

By ARIEL TIGER
 Oren Yunger

'It is not the best technology that always wins'

By OREN YUNGER
 THE WRITER addresses an innovation accelerator graduation ceremony at the College of Management.

Constant threat against Israeli Jews is why IDF must be at edge of tech, innovation

By GAVIN SUSS
 ESG (illustrative)

Why Israeli companies need to prioritize sustainability for global investors

By ERAN RAZ , MOR LEHRMAN
 Itay Inbar

Good intentions, bad outcomes: Path to AI runs through strong governance

By ITAY INBAR
 Ori Schnitzer (left) and Sidney Gottesman

In today's reality, accelerators must grasp new challenges, provide tailored support

By Sidney Gottesman , Ori Schnitzer
 IN JANUARY, Bill Ackman and his wife Neri Oxman bought 4.9% of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange for $25 million in a move that signaled confidence in the Israeli economy. The writer asks: What if similarly influential businesspeople set aside a cumulative investment of $1 billion in Israeli tech startup

The war has taken its toll, Israel needs investments in innovation - opinion

Illustrative photo of Israeli money

Your Taxes: How to do business in Israel in 2024

By LEON HARRIS
Calculating taxes

Your Investments: Time to save on multiple tracks

By AARON KATSMAN
 SERBIA’S PRESIDENT Aleksandar Vucic (front left) meets with an AIPAC delegation led by its president, Michael Tuchin.

Israeli innovations welcomed at Belgrade Expo 2027

By SHAI BAZAK , ALEKSANDAR NIKOLIC
Investment graph

Your investment: The Golden Calf and the optimism tomorrow brings

By AARON KATSMAN
  We have to lead a long school day. A blessing for parents, profit for children and an opportunity to improve teachers' income

War, women, school, real estate: Why Israel's economy is failing and how to fix it

By SHLOMO MAOZ
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