Kare Schultz Photo: PR

Teva reconnecting to Israel's startup ecosystem

After abandoning Israeli partners in the past decade, sources say that under Kare Schultz, Teva is again showing interest in Israeli drug development and digital healthcare startups.

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Prof. David Zilberman  photo: Eyal Izhar "No genetic engineering means people die"

Prof. David Zilberman insists that agricultural policy must see the whole picture - he even talks to farmers.

NSO management Photo: Benny Sahar NSO founders sell low then buy high

It sounds like a gamble but Omri Lavie and Shalev Hulio's business record shows they know a thing or two about entrepreneurship.

tourism, vacation  image: Shutterstock Courting the Israeli tourist dollar

Israelis may not be known for politeness, but once overseas they spend so freely that every country wants a piece of the action.

Dr. Norman Bailey The narrowing gulf with the Gulf

Iran's posturing presents Israel with diplomatic opportunities that mustn't be missed.

Lear Sense Hotel in Gedera Photo: Itay Sikolsky Israeli hotels do brisk business in unusual locations

Hotels in Petah Tikva, Ra'anana, Rehovot and Gedera cater to businesspeople, relatives visiting from abroad, and medical tourists.

Tourists in Tel Aviv Photo: Shlomi Yosef Tourism to Greece puts Israel in the shade

While Israel celebrates a record 4 million tourists in 2018, Greece attracted 33 million tourists.

Rachel Feller Photo: Eyal Izhar Designs on Tel Aviv's skyline

MYS Architects senior partner Rachel Feller, designer of many of the city's towers, tells "Globes" about her architectural philosophy.

John Medved Photo: Yossi Zamir OurCrowd has raised $900m and disrupted the disruptors

OurCrowd CEO Jon Medved: The problem we wanted to solve is that of people who want to invest only $10,000.

Shlomi Biger and Mickey Winitsky  photo: Eyal Izhar The Robin Hood of market data

Investing.com made once exclusive information available to all, in multiple languages. Its founder and its joint-CEOs talk to "Globes".

Israel's 10 Most Promising Startups 2018 "Globes" names Puls Israel's most promising 2018 startup

"Globes" ranks this year's crop of companies that are most likely to make a disruptive difference.

Cannabis  photo: Nir Elias, Reuters "Israel losing unique cannabis know-how"

Patent attorney Dr. Ronnie Benshafrut says Israel companies are conceding their advantages too easily.

Eilat's old airport Photo: Shutterstock Eilat looks to develop former airport land

1,700 hotel rooms and 1,920 housing units are planned for the old airport's southern and central sections.

Intel Kiryat Gat Should Israel put all its eggs in the Intel basket?

The alacrity with which the state approves grants to Intel, wthout considering alternative uses of taxpayers' money, is alarming.

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