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Monday, September 11, 2023
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Israeli life sciences firms’ capital-raising slows 40% in first half of 2023
Local life sciences companies turn to US stock markets for funding; private foreign investors’ activity more than halves, data by Israel Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) shows
Amid ongoing milk shortage, Israel lifts 40% import tariff for another six months
Milk shortage expected for at least the next six months; since start of 2023, Israel has seen a monthly shortage of 1 million to 1.5 million liters of milk
One-click currency exchange makes startup investing easier via OurCrowd
Jerusalem-based venture investing platform teams up with Australia’s Airwallex to ease payments in local currencies
Apartment sales in July plummeted 27% from a year ago, new figures show
The number of apartment purchases in July dropped sharply when compared to the same month last year, as rising mortgage rates kept buyers' pocketbooks closed, sending the market plummeting to the lowest levels in decades. Just 6,912 units were sold in July, according to a monthly report released Monday by the Chief Economist...
As Musk and the ADL duke it out, critics within both camps settle old scores
Pundits who have derided Anti-Defamation League’s seeming leftward turn decry tech mogul’s threat to sue, but some Jewish observers say anti-hate group has overstepped mandate
Netanyahu said set to meet Elon Musk in US amid antisemitism feud with ADL
Newly discovered comet set to pass by Earth, sun before departing for 400 years
A newly discovered comet is swinging through our cosmic neighborhood for the first time in more than 400 years. Stargazers across the Northern Hemisphere should catch a glimpse as soon as possible — either this week or early next — because it will be another 400 years before the wandering ice ball returns. The...
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