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20 stories about Judicial System
Tel Aviv University ranks second on universities’ unicorn founder list
TAU’s ability to produce founders of unicorn companies remains impressive on the global stage - but controversial proposals by the government might affect its future appeal to young talent, says Moshe Zviran, Professor and Chief Entrepreneurship and Innovation Officer at TAU
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange CEO blames judicial overhaul for poor performance
"The Israeli government must take responsibility and pay attention to the warnings from international bodies," said Ittai Ben-Zeev. "These warnings have been piling up and indicate significant risks that could damage Israel's economic strength"
Day of Disruption: Nationwide protests in Israel against judicial overhaul
Demonstrators gather at key locations, including airports worldwide, to voice concerns over government's move to limit Supreme Court power
“We have come to realize our national and social responsibility to stand as a protective wall for democracy”
Meir Orbach and Sophie Shulman
High-tech executives are urging an escalation in protests against the judicial overhaul as the coalition prepares to approve the abolishing of the reasonableness standard in court rulings, with a vote on the first hearing scheduled for Monday
Wojciech Sadurski: "In Hungary and Poland one of the first steps of authoritarian populism was to control the appointment of judges"
The Polish professor is one of the world's leading experts on democratic erosion and spoke to Calcalist about similarities between Israel and Poland
“The growth market is shut across every single geography in the world. It is shut.”
Eric Reiner, Founder and Managing Partner at Vine Ventures, spoke with CTech as part of its most recent project “Where do we go from here?”, aiming to examine how the Israeli VC industry is dealing with the crisis in the sector
More than half of new Israeli startups registered abroad in Q1 of 2023
According to a new report, some 56% of new Israeli startups choose to register abroad in the first quarter of the year, with an additional 49 companies in the process of transforming into American firms
8 key takeaways from Israel’s massive protest movement against the judicial overhaul
Moshe Gorali on what makes the protest movement powerful, its principles, how it expanded, and how Quentin Tarantino is connected
Robert Shiller: "The economic success of a country depends on people's belief in ultimate justice - not on the whims of an autocrat"
The Nobel Laureate who predicted the dot-com bubble burst and housing market crash in 2008, says that he does not foresee an imminent recession, and also says that he regrets not signing a letter criticizing Israel’s judicial overhaul
Israeli startup Constru blames judicial overhaul for insolvency
Tel Aviv court ordered the freezing of the construction startup, which claims investors walked due to domestic political turmoil, resulting in a debt of $4.5 million
Fiverr CEO: "We are witnessing the worst value destruction in Israel's history"
"Can you even understand how it feels to know that in two months we have destroyed 30 years of work?” says Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman
American unicorn investor: Why I am continuing to invest in Israel
“While political alarmists and economic twits head for the hills, I’ll be heading for the Judean hills,” writes Michael Fertik
“If foreign investors lose confidence, they will just move on," says Tel Aviv Stock Exchange CEO
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange CEO Ittai Ben-Zeev says that foreign investments will return only if a political agreement is reached regarding the government’s judicial overhaul
The "high-tech protest" is at odds with the tech industry's drive for diversity and inclusion
The portrayal of high-tech workers in Israel as a single cohesive social group that supposedly opposes the judicial reform is completely at odds with the need for including workers from diverse cultural and political backgrounds in the industry, writes Moran Chamsi, managing partner at the secondary fund Amplefields Investments
Meet the woman leading the Handmaid's Tale protests across Israel
Moran Zer Katzenstein, Founder at Bonot Alternativa, spoke to CTech about the ongoing fight to protect women’s rights in Israel
Chief Economist warns judicial overhaul could harm Israel's growth
In the document and budget plan that were sent to parliament on Thursday, Shira Greenberg noted that the judicial changes had not yet been completed but may still hurt investment as well as Israel's credit rating
EU would view Israel “in the same category as China” if judicial reforms go through
The impending judicial reforms and change in legal frameworks might cause the EU Commission to reconsider whether Israel has ‘adequate’ laws in place to protect the personal data of citizens
This is fine? Wake up and smell the smoke!
"High-tech is not only the engine of the economy - it is also the shield. It is our wall of defense against inflation. It protects the pocket of each and every one of us," writes Shaul Amsterdamski
Early withdrawal: Local investment houses sense clients’ fear of judicial reform fallout
Investment houses in Israel are beginning to feel the impact of concerns about the impending legal reforms, with clients expressing their desire to move some of their investments abroad or increase their exposure to world markets
Leading Israeli VC Viola voices concern regarding "threats to the judicial system"
"We find it important to vocally communicate our belief that the State of Israel cannot exist without 3 fundamental principles: equality without discrimination, an independent legal system, and freedom of speech - generally, and particularly in academia and in the media," the VC wrote in a statement
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