Like most Israeli tech entrepreneurs, Lia Kislev lives in Tel Aviv. But her online styling company isn’t based in the country’s startup capital alongside the nation's fledgling fashion industry. Instead, she and her co-founder commute every day to Jerusalem.
Marina Orenstein was used to being alone in the ladies room while serving in the Israeli army's 8200 intelligence corps, the vaunted unit that has spawned countless technology startups including Check Point Software Technologies.
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. had its longest stretch of daily gains since 2010 on prospects demand from governments for more advanced cybersecurity will fuel profit growth for the Israeli company.