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  • NoCamels Team 12:14 pm on September 4, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Supermodel Bar Refaeli Invests In MyCheck 

    Refaeli invests in MyCheckIsraeli Supermodel Bar Refaeli has invested in MyCheck, an Israeli company that develops smartphone payment apps. MyCheck developed an app that doesn’t require a chip embedded in the smartphone in order to use it for payment. Refaeli joins other high profile investors such as the Saban, Wertheimer and Elroi families, who together with Refaeli, Invested $1.7 million in the company.

     
  • NoCamels Team 12:22 pm on June 17, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , metacafe, news flash, the collective, video-sharing, youtube   

    The Collective Buys Israeli Video-Sharing Site Metacafe 

    Hollywood management agency The Collective has acquired Israeli online video sharing site Metacafe, according to reports this morning from AllthingsD. The report did not uncover any financial details of the deal, but said The Collective is acquiring Metacafe for its infrastructure and sales team. The Collective is the firm that represents Annoying Orange, Fred and IJustine, FreddieW, and other YouTube stars. The Collective says it is creating a “powerhouse production house for the online age” via its Collective Digital Studio (CDS) arm.

     
  • NoCamels Team 1:41 pm on May 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Atorvastatin, Clopidogrel, , Health News, news flash, plavix,   

    Teva To Market Generic Drug Plavix With Annual Sales Of $6.8B 

    tevaTeva has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a generic version of Plavix (Clopidogrel) developed by pharmaceutical company Sanofi. Total US sales of the drug, designed to prevent blood clotting, totaled $ 6.8 billion in the last 12 months, according to medical research agency IMS. In 2007, Plavix was the second-most prescribed drug in the world, after Lipitor (Atorvastatin).

     
  • NoCamels Team 1:23 pm on May 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , news flash, stanley black decker,   

    Stanley Black & Decker In Talks To Buy AeroScout 

    aeroscoutAccording to Globes, power tools and mechanical and electrical equipment giant Stanley Black & Decker Inc. might be in advanced talks to acquire Wi-Fi active RFID tag AeroScout Ltd. for $200-250 million. A deal will probably be closed within weeks, Globes said. AeroScout said in response, “The company does not comment on rumors.” Several recent US government tenders indicate that the real-time location services market AeroScout’s business is thriving. The tenders include a $550 million tender by the US Department of Veterans Affairs, published in late 2011, for the installation of real-time RFID-based location systems at its 152 hospitals and 1,400 clinics.

     
  • NoCamels Team 12:48 pm on May 13, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Medinol, news flash, PioNIR Plus   

    FDA Approves Medinol’s PioNIR Plus Atent 

    medinolMedinol has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to sell its PioNIR Plus stent. This is on the basis of the results of a comprehensive trial of the product that was completed a year ago. The PioNIR Plus stent, also sold under the name Presillion Plus, is a stent developed by Medinol for coronary arteries. It is of the ‘bare metal’ type, meaning the stents are not coated with medication.

     
  • NoCamels Team 10:57 am on May 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , news flash, yuval bar-gil   

    AeroScout Set To Be Sold For $200M 

    WiFi-based RFID chipset developer AeroScout Ltd. is set to be sold for $200-240 million. The company, founded by CEO Yuval Bar-Gil in 1999 and based in Rehovot, Israel, has 200 employees. AeroScout is in advanced talks with a large multinational infrastructures company, the name of which has not yet been disclosed. AeroScout is a privately held company currently funded by a combination of venture capital firms and investors.

     
  • NoCamels Team 10:51 am on May 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , news flash, tradair, zvi ziv   

    Zvi Ziv’s ‘TradAir’ Secures $4M From Genesis And Carmel 

    Israeli businessman Zvi Ziv raised $ 4 million for his venture Tradair from Carmel Ventures and Genesis Partners. The finanacing will be used to increase TradAir’s marketing network and recruit more employees for the firms’ research and development. TradAir enables financial institutions in emerging markets to develop new revenue streams and take part in global forex trading networks.

     
  • NoCamels Team 11:43 am on April 29, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: alicanto, check point, imperva, , news flash   

    Founder Of Check Point Invests $4M In Startup Alicanto 

    Shlomo Kramer, founder of Check Point, will invest $4 million in startup Alicanto, which does automated marketing software for businesses. Following the fundraising, the startup will double the number of employees worldwide. Kramer, reached commercial success with several companies in the past, including Imperva and Palo Alto Networks.

     
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