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CTech's Tuesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Israel’s business, commerce center partly shuts down following missile threat; Final regulator greenlights sale of Israel's biggest telecom company to Searchlight

CTech 14:2212.11.19

Israel’s business, commerce center partly shuts down following missile threat. An Israeli airstrike on Gaza Monday night that killed Islamic Jihad commander Bahaa Abu al-Atta ignited border conflict yet again. Read more

 

Final regulator greenlights sale of Israel's biggest telecom company to Searchlight. In June, private equity firm Searchlight agreed to pay almost $140 million for a controlling share in Bezeq. Read more

Tel Aviv Skyline. Photo: Shutterstock Tel Aviv Skyline. Photo: Shutterstock

 

Invitae acquires Clear Genetics for $50 million. Founded by Israeli entrepreneurs Moran and Guy Snir, Clear Genetics develops software designed to automate and scale genetic testing services. Read more

 

Angular Ventures announced debut of $41 million seed fund. The fund was founded by veteran angel investor Gil Dibner and will focus mostly on Israeli and European deep tech companies. Read more

 

This startup wants to prevent the next pool drowning. Coral Detection Systems’ artificial intelligence technology monitors residential pools to detect a possible drowning the moment it occurs. Read more

 

California-based accelerator Expert Dojo selects four Israeli startups. This is Expert Dojo's first international cohort, comprised of 10 startups from India, Italy, Spain, Ireland, the U.K., and Israel. Read more

 

Yandex’ cab-hailing service Yango expands to additional Israeli cities. Operating in the greater Tel Aviv area since December 2018, Yandex’s service will expand to the northern Israeli city Haifa and its surroundings, and the southern city of Be’er Sheva. Read more
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