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Here’s what Bill Gates, Carlos Slim Helu, Mark Cuban, Donald Trump, and Warren Buffett all have in common.
Of course, they’re all multi-billionaires. But there’s something lesser known about these five: They stand amongst an ever-growing number of people that have or are currently investing millions of dollars in the Israeli tech industry. More specifically, Israeli tech startups.
The next question is, why? What makes the Israeli tech industry so unique that these well-known billionaires are readily investing in meaningful amounts?
Bill Gates attributes it to the people. The unique experiences and skillsets in Israel set it apart from similar types of companies in Silicon Valley. He has been quoted as saying, “While startups in Israel
Sidekix, an Israeli urban navigation app built for pedestrians, and customized to their interests, already works in more than 60 cities worldwide
The Israeli app Waze took the world by storm, making it easier for drivers across the world to bypass traffic and reach their destination quickly.
Now there’s Sidekix, an Israeli navigation app geared to people walking in cities. The iOS app shows walkers the best on-foot routes, even orienting the map as you move so you always know which way is
Partnership will accelerate the creation of new approaches and capabilities in automobile industry
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“He figured there must be a better way,” says Rephael Sweary, president of WalkMe, the company that he and Cohen cofounded with Dan Adika
An investment banker who attended the prestigious Yale University was convicted this past week of insider trading charges after a jury determined that he gave tips about mergers and acquisitions to his father, generating over $1 million in illegal profits.
Sean Stewart, 35, testified during the two-week Manhattan federal court trial that he did not know his father was sharing secrets with a broker to make trades in advance of public announcements on five separate deals that he managed while