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Sunday, January 21, 2018
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Amid police inaction on binary options fraud, FBI pursues suspects in Israel
Agents visit platform provider SpotOption, and question binary options company owner Yossi Herzog
In weaving India and Israel together, challenges loom
Officials see plenty of potential for closer ties both in trade and on the strategic front, but getting there may be more complex than Netanyahu's whirlwind tour of India suggests
There's an app for that
'Our temple is your table'
This Shabbat dinner pairing app isn’t for everyone — and that’s the point
Even while targeting a limited demographic, OneTable's demand outpaces supply, forcing the company to continue streamlining the most modern way to do the Day of Rest
Netanyahu turns down meeting with Russian cybersecurity head linked to US hack
Citing schedule restraints, Prime Minister's Office says premier 'must decline' Eugene Kaspersky's request for sit-down at Davos World Economic Forum this week
Agricultural group joins nonprofit to set up agritech accelerator
Startup will get access to agronomists and technology professionals, and farming lands
Is Jared’s old high school pushing Trump?
JTA -- In the age of Trump, the unusual has become the norm. But what happens when the usual is treated as the unusual? What happens when behaviors considered typical going back decades are distorted by their proximity to the 45th president? That's my interpretation of the dust-up this week surrounding the Frisch School, an Orthodox Jewish high school in Northern New Jersey that just happens to be the alma mater of Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and top adviser. Early in the week, Haaretz reported that some parents at the school objected when students were...
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
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