Israel’s campaign to become a cybersecurity powerhouse, an effort trumpeted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, owes a debt to entrepreneur and investor Shlomo Kramer.
Former Rapaport Group executives are creating a fund that’s looking to transform diamonds from the “talismans of magic” advertised by De Beers into commodity investments like copper and soybeans.
For Israeli investor Erel Margalit , keeping the country’s start-up nation status means delving into the virtual world.
Robert Rummells, a U.S. Army Ranger for 22 years, says it was a natural transition when he opened a Mosquito Joe pest-control franchise in Richmond, Virginia, earlier this month.
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Tal Keinan, an Israeli fund manager, was ready for the question he’s always asked when he met with investors in New York in October: Why put your money with a manager whose country Iran has threatened to obliterate.
Moshe Linker spends his days studying Jewish religious texts in Jerusalem, supporting his three children with a seminary stipend, state child payments and his wife’s teacher salary.
The Google Inc. executive with his bright yellow vest was impossible to miss in the middle of the Israeli startup owners seeking cash in a rusty boathouse at Tel Aviv’s Jaffa port.
"There is increased demand and increased interest from the investment community in diamonds."
- Saul Singer on Dec 07, 2010