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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, September 24, 2017

Business

1,000 freight forwarders use Israeli logistics technology software; Series B extension funding solidifies Freightos as digital global freight leader.

Freightos, the Israeli logistics technology company bringing freight online, today announced the completion of a $25 million Series B extension round, led by GE Ventures, with participation by additional investors. The funds will be used to scale the Freightos Marketplace globally while continuing development of the Israeli firm’s software suite of global freight pricing, routing, and sales automation.

To date, Freightos has raised $50 million.

“The age of digital logistics has arrived,” said Zvi Schreiber, founder and CEO of Freightos, “and with it easier importing and exporting for

What will happen, G-d forbid, you or one of your loved ones doesn’t come home.  How will your loved ones continue financially? Even though there is no replacement to a loved one, it is unnecessary to be also faced with the financial burden this may cause.

Protection doesn’t need to be complicated or expensive. It just needs to work. Sometimes it is best to start with the basics: TERM LIFE INSURANCE 

Why?  Term life insurance provides valuable life insurance coverage at a very affordable cost

What has been a nightmare for Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management has become a dream come true for short sellers.

The stock for Valeant Pharmaceuticals International peaked at over $262 per share back in August 2015. When Ackman began buying shares, he predicted the price could climb as high as $330. Those hopes were dashed in large part due to an accounting scandal, which in turn created a snowball effect. Ackman's efforts reassure investors, which included replacing many of the

There are more than 430 Israeli companies developing products for moving and protecting money in the digital age. ISRAEL21c takes a look at 18 making headlines

If it has been a long time since you’ve waited for a bank teller, called your stockbroker or mailed a check, you can thank financial technology (fintech). And much of that innovation in how we move and protect our money is coming from Israel.

According to The Floor fintech startup hub in Tel Aviv, at least 430 Israeli fintech companies

Snap Inc., parent company of the popular Snapchat app, seemed poised to take the stock market by storm. Just one day after its $3.4 billion IPO at $17 per share, the company was listed on the New York Exchange where its stock price exceeded expectations, shooting up to $24. Add to that a cash infusion by NBC Universal to the tune of half a billion dollars, and the initial enthusiasm regarding this newest addition to the social media scene becomes understandable.

As was reported last week in