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Thursday, January 18, 2018
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Starboard seeks to replace all of Mellanox directors in bid for control
US activist investor says in letter to shareholders that current board is unable to create value; lists candidates who 'provide the expertise needed'
French e-commerce company buys Israeli AI startup Sigmento
France's Akeneo does not disclose deal amount; Sigmento uses machine learning to help online vendors better describe their products
Silicon Valley women visit to boost gender equality in Israel, Gaza tech scene
'We need more women at the table to create a more peaceful world,' says leader of visiting US delegation
Netanyahu: Israel looking for ‘direct, simple’ flight route to India
PM's comments follow report that Riyadh mulling permission for Air India to use airspace en route to Tel Aviv; move would cut 2 hours off journey
Netanyahu says $500m Israel-India arms deal back on the table
Asian powerhouse 'reauthorizing' agreement to purchase Spike anti-tank missiles from Israeli weapons manufacturer Rafael, prime minister announces
Nathan Lopes Cardozo
Circumcision: Why risk your child’s welfare?
Thousands of years ago, the Greeks tried to bring an end to Judaism and, thereby, to the Jewish people and the Jewish homeland. They did this by prohibiting Jews from circumcising their 8-day-old baby boys. Recently (May 6, 2017), the Progress Party in Norway voted in favor of a law banning ritual circumcision of children under the age of 16. The so-called reason: "violation of children’s rights," and "mental and physical harm" to the child. This was done a day after the environment committee of Belgium's Parliament of Wallonia voted...
Israeli tech firms raise $5.24 billion in 2017, up 9% from 2016
Separately, 10 Israeli high-tech companies bring in $480 million through initial coin offerings, says 2017 ZAG S&W report
Billionaire Paul Singer’s fund weighs in on Bezeq saga, seeks board shakeup
Elliott Advisers, which owns 4.8% stake in Israel's largest telecom firm, calls for immediate director resignations, change in ownership structure
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