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Israel's REE Automotive working on more collaborations following Mahindra EV deal

Sep 15 2020

TEL AVIV, Sept 15 Israel's REE Automotive, developer of a rolling chassis for electric vehicles, expects to sign more collaboration deals in coming months following its agreement with Indian carmaker Mahindra and Mahindra.

Israeli mask maker Sonovia awaits China coronavirus lab result

Sep 10 2020

TEL AVIV An Israeli company expects to receive results in the coming week from a Beijing lab that will test whether a fabric it has developed will be able to neutralise 99% of COVID-19, even after being washed multiple times.

Rozenberg offer for control of Israel's El Al may struggle to win support of board: source

Aug 11 2020

TEL AVIV Eli Rozenberg's bid for a controlling stake in El Al Israel Airlines is below the price that can be obtained in a public share offering and may struggle to gain board support, said a source close to the board who declined to be named.

Don't stand so close: Singapore trials automated drones to check

Aug 07 2020

TEL AVIV/SINGAPORE Beware, Singaporeans standing too close, automated drones might be keeping an eye on you from above. | Video

Teva Pharm second-quarter profit tops forecast, reaffirms 2020 outlook

Aug 05 2020

TEL AVIV Teva Pharmaceutical Industries' quarterly profit beat estimates by two cents and the company reaffirmed its outlook for 2020 despite uncertainty generated by the COVID-19 crisis.

Israel's 'Bibi generation' starts to turn on Netanyahu over economy and COVID-19

Jul 31 2020

TEL AVIV For two months, many Israeli television viewers watched nightly as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued warnings and updates about the novel coronavirus and imposed lockdowns. | Video

Check Point profit tops estimates but uncertainty clouds outlook

Jul 22 2020

TEL AVIV Check Point Software Technologies reported a forecast-beating rise in quarterly net profit on Wednesday, boosted by higher demand for network security as more people work remotely during the coronavirus crisis.

Coming soon to a 3D printer near you: Plant-based steaks

Jul 01 2020

TEL AVIV/ZURICH Israeli start-up Redefine Meat plans to launch 3D printers to produce plant-based steaks mimicking real beef next year in a bid for a slice of the fast-growing alternative meat market. Meat substitutes are increasingly popular with consumers concerned about animal welfare and the environment, boosting sales at Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods and Nestle. Redefine Meat, based in Rehovot, south of Tel Aviv, will first market test its "Alt-Steak" at high-end restaurants this year before rolling out its industrial-scale 3D printers to meat distributors in 2021. | Video

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