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CTech's Tuesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

The companies Oak is eyeing don’t have to be profitable, but they must have potential, says exec; Adtech company Perion acquires analytics startup content IQ for $73 million

CTech 14:3714.01.20

Interview | The companies Oak is eyeing don’t have to be profitable, but they must have potential, says exec. Daniel Petrozzo, partner at Oak HC/FT, spoke to Calcalist about the firm’s investment strategy in Israel. Read more

 

Adtech company Perion acquires analytics startup content IQ for $73 million. Content IQ uses data analytics algorithms to assess revenue potential in the digital publishing sector. Read more

 

Founder and president of Payoneer Yuval Tal. Photo: Orel Cohen Founder and president of Payoneer Yuval Tal. Photo: Orel Cohen
Cellebrite acquires BlackBag Technologies for $33 million. Israel-based Cellebrite specializes in mobile forensics, and its devices are used for mobile data extraction by law enforcement, intelligence agencies, military entities, law firms, and security firms. Read more

 

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Payoneer is in no hurry to IPO, says founder. Watch the video 

 

Saga behaves like a central bank, says founder. Watch the video

 

Banks need tech partners to create new income sources, says fintech entrepreneur. Read more

 

Migrant workers are a growth engine for developing countries, says Rewire CEO. Read more

 

Financial regulation must not hurt business, says former Israeli official. Read more

 

Rapyd provides more than 50 different services, says CEO. Watch the video

 

Plastic will slowly be replaced by apps, says Mastercard Israel CEO. Read more

 

Israel doesn’t have electric busses because there is nowhere to park them, says national public transport authority CEO. Read more