Teddy Sagi Sells Remaining Playtech Shares

End of an era: The family office of the Israeli entrepreneur has confirmed that Brickington Trading has sold its remaining shares in Playtech, the company Sagi founded, in order to diversify his portfolio

Forbes Staff

Israel’s STI Laser Industries acquired by Resonetics

Adds leading supplier in Israel for laser cutting, nitinol processing and cleanroom assembly

Forbes Staff

The Israel-Guangzhou Investment Group Launched a Unique Life Sciences Technology Incubator

The unique incubator, located in Bio-Island, Guangzhou, will operate following the Israeli incubation model, knowledge and methods. The Israel-Guangzhou Investment Group is led by Dr. Shuki Gleitman, former Director General and Chief Scientist of the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Trade

Hadar Horesh, Guangzhou

SafeCharge Granted License By The UK’s FCA

The company, controlled By Teddy Sagi, held its IPO on London's AIM in 2014, at a valuation of $400 million and since then its share price has risen to the current market cap of about $635 million. New endorsement will protect SafeCharge from Brexit repercussions

Forbes Staff

A New Silicon Valley In The Middle East: Be’er Sheva Rising

A Strong Link Between Researchers and Entrepreneurs, a Dedicate Mayor who Believes in the Future and a Huge Section of the IDF Moving into Town: No Wonder Everybody Wants to Invest in Be'er Sheva

Gil Karie

Instead of Teaching a Computer How to Protect You, Teach a Computer How to Learn

An Israeli Company Believes It'll Change the World of Artificial Intelligence, With Self Learning Computers Dedicated to Our Cyber Protection. Will Deep Instinct Disrupt the Cyber World? And What Will Happen After the Revolution?

Tzufit Herling

Facebook Encourages Radicalization and Polarization

This is not what Mark Zuckerberg intended: Instead of connecting people around the world, Facebook has become a source for polarization and angst, where people come to hear ideas similar to their own and always left frustrated

Hanny Youdel