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Saturday, November 25, 2017
 
As buildings evolve in Startup Nation, architects create space for work and play
By Shoshanna Solomon
Offices designed for Israel's tech industry are growing greener and more user-friendly, to keep employees' ideas flowing
 
Teva to cut up to 1,700 jobs in streamlining plan — report
By TOI staff
Pharma giant said set to lay off up to 25% of its workforce in Israel and the US due to poor financial results
 
Interview
Environment- and user-friendly workplaces will define architecture, UK firm says
By Shoshanna Solomon
Spencer de Grey, head of design at UK firm Foster + Partners, breaks down how tech culture is reshaping buildings
 
German CEO: Submarine deal with Israel only going ahead if ‘clean’
By TOI staff and AP
Multi-billion-shekel transaction with ThyssenKrupp mired in controversy amid police investigation into suspected high-level corruption
 
Where Maccabees overthrew idolatry, early Georgian Christian mosaic uncovered
By Amanda Borschel-Dan
Ashdod, today home to the largest community of Georgian Jews in the world, was a Byzantine base for a Christian Georgian prince
 
Laura Ben-David
PHOTO ESSAY: A different aliyah arrival
"Aliyah" is one of those words that has no translation in any other language. Probably because there has never been a concept quite like it. "Aliyah," which literally means "ascent," is the immigration of Jews from the diaspora to the land of Israel. "Making aliyah" is one of the basic tenets, and ultimate fulfillment, of Zionism. While there has been aliyah taking place throughout the millennia of Jewish dispersion in the diaspora, there has never been a veritable "ingathering of the exiles" from the four corners of the earth like in...
 
Uber-like hacks ‘happen all the time,’ Israeli cyber expert says
By Shoshanna Solomon
CEO reveals a 2016 cyber-attack in which hackers stole data on 57 million of Uber's drivers and riders
 
Israeli startup sires autonomous drone for harsh industrial settings
By TOI staff
Using machine vision and AI, Percepto's 'Sparrow I' serves as safety inspector for refineries, power plants, ports
 
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