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Mojdeh Bahar Amiram Appelbaum

Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial R&D Foundation to invest $8.4 million in nine new projects

19.01.23|CTech
The approved projects, with an overall budget of $20 million, involve innovations in the areas of 3D printing, agrotech, advanced manufacturing, biotech, cell therapy, medical devices, robotics, and space
נשיא ארה"ב ג'ו ביידן טקס לזכר 500 המתים ב קורונה

Further U.S. restrictions against business with China and Russia may potentially impact Israeli companies

20.04.21|Nicholas Klein and Nathaniel Bolin
As the United States continues to take a hard line in its national security approach toward Russia and China, Israeli companies must evaluate whether their products and services trigger U.S. sanctions
גוון אדוארדס

Global event promoting female entrepreneurship kicks off in Israel

16.11.20|Yafit Ovadia
Panel hosts women from several countries, inspiring female business leaders to take the helm and discuss any obstacles they may face
קורונה בורסה וול סטריט

What U.S. investment trends mean for Israeli tech companies

20.07.20|Meir Orbach
Data from the U.S. indicates a downward trend for investments, especially in early stage companies, during Q2 2020 that is likely to continue throughout the year, affecting Israeli companies dependent on American backing
מוסף שבועי 2.7.20 מפגין בסנט לואיס שורף את הדגל האמריקאי במחאה על מותו האלים של ג'ורג' פלויד

The fourth of July fireworks came early this year, loudly signaling a shift across the U.S.

04.07.20|Viki Auslander
The coronavirus crisis led to a craving for normalcy. The quick and painful realization that it is no longer achievable gave way to hopes of redesigning the current state of affairs to sustain a revolution
מלחמת סחר ארצות הברית סין

U.S. or China: Who will end up winning the 5G Cold War?

18.06.20|Elihay Vidal
This Cold War is not about advanced weaponry or the pursuit of noble causes like social ideology or conquering outer space. This time it is about the long and tedious battle over advanced telecommunication technology
בירד Bird Foundation Eitan Yudilevich

BIRD Foundation to offer $1 million for winning security technology

11.06.20|Adi Pick
The program funds up to 50% of the combined project budget, up to $1 million per project, and is repaid only if the project achieves revenue
מוסף שבועי 12.03.20 קורנה במגמת בלימה מייקל לויט

Michael Levitt Analysis: Corona Is Slowing Down, Humanity Will Survive

13.03.20|Ari Libsker
Nobel laureate and Stanford professor of Biology assures Israelis: statistics show the virus is on a downturn. Read more!
הפיצ'ר של מיי הריטג' תמונות שחור לבן MyHeritage

Genealogy Company MyHeritage Publishes 545 Million U.S. City Records

09.03.20|Adi Pick
Browsing MyHeritage’s newly published records, users may be able to see when their ancestors changed professions, got married, divorced, or became widowed
דונלד טראמפ ו שי ג'ינפינג ב פסגת ה-G20

China’s Growth Engine Is Dragging the Global Economy Down

20.02.20|Sophie Shulman
Apple’s Monday profit warning for the first quarter of 2020 following the continued spread of the coronavirus is only the precursor of the upcoming chaos
שירה גרינברג כלכלנית ראשית ב משרד אוצר

The Israeli Tech Industry Is too Dependent on U.S. Economy, Says Israeli Finance Ministry

30.12.19|Hagar Ravet
The ebb and flow of private VC money during recessions and peak economic times might necessitate changes in the startup funding criteria of the Israeli government, according to a review published Monday by the Ministry
Foundation co-chair Phillip Singerman קרן בירד פיליף סינגרמן

The U.S. Should Invest More in Joint Projects With Israel, Says Retiring BIRD Chairman

04.12.19|Adi Pick
Phillip Singerman, BIRD Foundation’s co-chairman, spoke to Calcalist Tuesday about his nine-year tenure and his plans for retirement in January 2020
קור שולץ מנכ"ל טבע 9.11.19

Teva Faces U.S. Criminal Probe on Opioid-Related Distribution, Report Says

27.11.19|CTech
The Israeli drugmaker is one of six companies to receive subpoenas from federal investigators, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday
מטה חברת טבע תרופות

Teva in Talks With U.S. DoJ to End Price-Fixing Probe, Report Says

26.11.19|CTech
The Israeli drugmaker, along with several other companies investigated in the matter, have been holding talks on the subject for the past six months, Bloomberg reported
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Teva Up 25% on NYSE Since Third Quarter Reports

17.11.19|Sophie Shulman
The Israeli drugmaker closed 8.74% up on Friday after a Cleveland County District judge reduced the fine placed on Johnson and Jonhson in Oklahoma by $107 million, citing a math error made in the original ruling
אדוארד קוקירמן קטליסט

U.S.-China Trade War an Opportunity for Israeli Tech, Says Venture Capitalist

31.10.19|Lilach Baumer
Edouard Cukierman of Cukierman & Co. and Catalyst sees potential in the mounting trade tensions between the U.S. and China, and thinks Israeli companies should steer clear of Chinese politics
שר האוצר משה כחלון 1 זירת הנדלן

Israeli Cabinet Greenlights Advisory Body for Foreign Investments

31.10.19|Adrian Filut
Despite previous concerns, the new committee will not oversee Israel’s tech industry. Regulators will decide whether to pass matters on to the committee at their own discretion
סטיבן מנושין סטיבן מנוצ'ין שר האוצר ארה"ב

Steven Mnuchin, Israeli Health Officials Discuss Establishment of Israeli FDA Branch

29.10.19|Sophie Shulman
The FDA, which approves all medical devices and formulations in the U.S., has very few branches outside of the U.S.
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Teva Announces $23.25 Billion Opioid Abuse Settlement Agreement

22.10.19|Lilach Baumer
Teva announced on Monday a settlement with both Cuyahoga and Summit counties of Ohio, averting the trial scheduled for later that day, and an agreement in principle for a global settlement framework
מטה חברת טבע תרופות

Teva Part of $50 Billion Opioid Settlement Deal, Report Says

17.10.19|Hezi Sternlicht
Teva, a second drugmaker, and the three largest drug distributors in the U.S. have agreed with multiple states on a settlement framework ahead of Monday’s trial, the New York Times reported Thursday