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Mobileye to supply systems for 8m cars to European co

Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua told "Reuters" that he expects self-driving taxis to be on the roads by 2021.

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Israel Railways Electrification fiasco slows down Israel Railways

Handing the electrification project to Spanish company SEMI in 2015 because its bid was the cheapest was disastrous.

Dr. Norman Bailey Hobson's choice for Iran

Pressured at home and abroad, the Iranian regime's scope for action is severely limited.

Prof. Amnon Shashua Photo: PR Tel Aviv's Ecomotion to showcase Israeli auto-tech

A senior delegation from Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and many others are coming to next week's smart transport event  in Israel.

Kiryat Ono apartments Three reasons Israeli housing prices will continue falling

Home prices have fallen 2.15% over the past five months and will continue declining says market analyst Moshe Kashi.

Arie Belldegrun Photo: PR Arie Belldegrun is not resting on his laurels

In Israel for the MIXiii Biomed 2018 conference, the Kite Pharma founder tells "Globes" about his latest ventures after last year's $12 billion exit.

Hadera power station Will power supply competition bring cheaper electricity?

Without independent and more efficient power stations, real competition in electricity supply is an illusion.

Jerusalem Photo: ASAP Creative Shutterstock Jerusalem fails to attract commuters

Relatively few people come from outside to work in Jerusalem. Can the business center planned for the city's entrance remedy this?

Google Photo: Shutterstock Tax Authority can't make Google pay VAT in Israel

The Tax Authority is granting an Israeli company's request for a VAT exemption on advertising space provided to Google.

Migraine Photo: Shutterstock Neurolief develops non-invasive migraine treatment

The Israeli company hopes that its neuro-modulation system will provide an alternative to drugs.

Aharon Aharon Innovation Authority set to bring pharma cos to Israel

Two major pharmaceuticals firms will set up development centers in Israel as part of the Innovation Authority's Track 35 program.

House on Karl Netter St. The gentrification of old Tel Aviv

Wealthy Jews from around the world are buying Tel Aviv buildings marked for preservation and turning them into private residences with pools.

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