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Sunday, February 4, 2018
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Wix.com returns to Super Bowl with ad featuring US comedian duo
Israeli do-it-yourself website firm recruits popular show hosts Rhett and Link for ad to be aired in third quarter of Sunday's game
S&P holds Israel’s rating at investment grade, with a positive outlook
Ratings agency sees Israel's economy growing by about 3.1% on average in the years 2018-2021
10 key questions about Israel’s African asylum seeker controversy
1. Who are Israel’s African asylum seekers? There are approximately 38,000 African migrants and asylum seekers in Israel, according to the Interior Ministry. About 72 percent are Eritrean and 20% are Sudanese. The vast majority arrived between 2006 and 2012. In 2010, the height of the wave of asylum seekers crossing from the Sinai to Israel, 1,300 people illegally crossed the...
Budweiser brewery taps Israeli beer-stat startup
Weissbeerger, based in Tel Aviv, installs a kit into a beer tap that measures quantity and quality of a beer, can suggest promotions
Israel to hold largest paratroop drill since 2012
IDF plans to exercise entire brigade in full gear in mid-2018, as tensions rise in north and on Gaza border
Blame BDS for the Cape Town water crisis
Cape Town 2018 is what happens when a city is more concerned about politics than people. Cape Town 2018 is what happens when national government wants to demonstrate to local government who is boss. Cape Town 2018 is what happens when local government is not equipped to deal with a real crisis. And Cape Town 2018 is what happens when communication falls apart to the point that the noise is so deafening, that no message can be heard. Cape Town 2018 is also what happens when relevant lifesaving solutions are...
Israel set to adjust tax policies to counter Trump reform, tax chief says
Also, multinational companies with a physical presence in Israel will soon get their first tax bill
UAE cyber firm DarkMatter slowly steps out of the shadows
'The only country in the region that's strong in cybersecurity is Israel," the founder says, 'other than that, it's blank'
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