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Tuesday, October 24, 2017
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Can cannabis treat asthma? Jerusalem experts to find out
Hebrew University's Raphael Mechoulam and Francesca Levi-Schaffer to undertake research with funding from UK-Israel startup CIITECH
China’s Haier sets up innovation hub in Tel Aviv
The center will scout for Israeli sensors and Internet of Things to make smarter home appliances
Israeli tech firms raise 54% more funds in 3Q at $1.44 billion
Data shows that 'smaller number of startups are getting more money, while others are missing out,' researcher says
MK Azaria: This industry has harmed Israel's global image
Israel bans binary options industry, finally closing vast, 10-year fraud
19 months after Times of Israel began exposing multi-billion dollar global scam, Knesset gives operatives three months to shut down or face jail terms
$35 million raised by Friends of the IDF for Israeli troops
Judah Ari Gross
Group says donations from Sheldon Adelson, others to be distributed to combat veterans, 'lone soldiers'
Defeating binary options shows the system can work
Public trust in politics is at an all-time low. Politicians across the world are seen, too often rightly, as being concerned with themselves and not with the public. But there are times when politicians can come together and tackle a real problem effectively and efficiently. These successes get less attention than political fights and petty gossip but their impact is deeper and often far more meaningful. Over the past year the Times of Israel shone a spotlight on Israel’s ugly binary options industry. It was a case of investigative journalism at...
IDF gains small win in battle for brains in face of startup nation’s siren song
Military sees drop in number of officers leaving for the private sector; mulls plan to lease out recruits to the civilian tech world
Booking.com to open innovation center in Tel Aviv
CEO Gillian Tans says in LinkedIn post that the city is 'one of the most tech-forward markets in the world'
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