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"Israel is attractive to us because we invest in cutting edge technologies"
Why did SentinelOne shares plummet by 35% in a single day?
"There's huge potential in Japan, it really is an untapped market"
Smooth sailing: "Israel is like a small boat, easily navigating business from China to Dubai to Japan"
SentinelOne cuts annual revenue forecast, laying off around 100 employees
Fusion raises $20 million pre-Seed fund for Israeli startups
The 50 most promising Israeli startups - 2023
Outbrain ousts 10% of workforce in second round of layoffs
Ariga raises $18 million for database schema changes platform
10 stories about Democracy
Moscow on the Yarkon: Fighting for Israel's future
As a teenage immigrant to Israel who grew up in a non-democratic regime in Russia, Calcalist's Sophie Shulman knows Israel may not be perfect, but it is home and she will fight for it
"We are sorry the high-tech industry has only just woken up, but we have arrived, and we will do whatever it takes"
The high-tech industry has an image of being disconnected, but the impending judicial reforms have resulted in the sector mobilizing like never before
You want democracy? Wake up!
“Those who dream of a ‘strong leader’, who despise civil rights and believe in a state of Jewish religious law will not be able to eliminate democracy if the drowsy majority, tired of poor politics, comes out of its indifference,” said Calcalist’s Publisher Yoel Esteron
“It is not for Silicon Valley leaders or tech startups to determine the future of our democracy”
Norms are being smashed by private tech companies and governments have finally decided to catch up.
The war on democracy has not ended
Coronavirus can’t be an excuse for delaying the treatment of the underlying problems in Israeli society
The next war scares me even more, and it's not against Hezbollah or Iran
"I still estimate, hope, that most Israelis prefer to live in a democracy. The problem is: They are certain that democracy is here forever, can be taken for granted, is secure. Therefore, they observe the writing on the wall with eyes wide shut," writes Yoel Esteron
Former IDF cyber chief warns of red-lines being crossed and the erosion of Israel’s democracy
Avenr Paz Tzuk talks to Calcalist about the ethics of surveillance, his faith in education and his fear of a military brain drain
Israel’s democracy is Covid-19’s latest victim
Fatigued by battling a health and economic crisis, Israelis are too apathetic to fight for their democracy
In Israel, Arab Voters Vote Less, Data Shows
The number of eligible voters from Israel’s largest minority increased significantly since 1992, but low voting rates diminish their electoral power, according to data gathered by Arik Rudnitzky of the Israel Democracy Institute
The Fake News Debate is a Distraction, Says Information Era Intellectual Yochai Benkler
The web needs a reboot. Commercial companies and governments have found new ways to wield power and need to be limited, says the Harvard researcher
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