A new land: Saudi Arabia reinvents itself and Israel has much to gain

Saudi Arabia has been undergoing substantial changes since appointing Muhammad bin Salman heir to the throne, and with him becoming the strongest man in the kingdom, the country may be approaching revolution • But Saudi Arabia has another approach at its disposal - recently, activists for women to be able to drive were arrested - still it seems that there has been much progress

Sikur Memukad

Inside Black Cube – The “Mossad” of the Business World

Posing as investors, creating fictitious companies and extracting information from executives - black cube is leading the world of corporate espionage. Regardless of advanced Technology, they say, the human factor is always easiest to crack. Forbes Israel with an inside peek into Israel's trending export: Intelligence

Yuval Hirshorn

The Richest Terror Organizations in the World

Follow the money: where do the richest terror organizations in the world get their funding? Forbes Israel with a ranking that you should worry about

Itay Zehorai

Freedom for Developers, Entrepreneurs and Business

Jewish billionaire Joe Lubin gambled big when he invested in digital coins and wound up breaking the bank. Now one of the founders of Ethereum is storming Israel with ConsenSys, the decentralized technology company that he founded, and is building the world’s first digital kibbutz

Avishai Ovadia

“We Can Control Light”

A car window that can be dimmed, a bathroom that can fill the room with light and yet preserve privacy, glass, hygienic partitions for hospitals that maintain hygiene, and glasses of changeable transparency • Meet Gauzy, an Israeli start-up turning glass into smart raw material

Orly Katz, BrandVoice

Is it possible that Amazon could actually save shopping malls from collapse?

Global law firm DLA Piper held a conference in Tel Aviv this morning on the subject of commercial real estate and presented a comprehensive survey focusing, amongst other subject, on the retail real estate sector. A Real Estate Partner at the firm: "Ultimately, it's possible that the savior of the shopping malls will be the online trading giants."

Forbes Staff

SafeCharge Granted License By The UK’s FCA

The company, controlled By Teddy Sagi, held its IPO on London's AIM in 2014, at a valuation of $400 million and since then its share price has risen to the current market cap of about $635 million. New endorsement will protect SafeCharge from Brexit repercussions

Forbes Staff

An Innovation Lab Launched by Shikun&Binui and ENEL

A unique collaboration produced The Lab - an innovation hub that will focus on connecting the physical aspects of infrastructure, construction, transportation and energy with digital technologies, AI, AR and more. Getting ready to lead the fourth industrial revolution

Forbes Staff

“I Don’t Want To Be An Anecdote”

She took her first cyber steps at 13 and now, at 36, Keren Elazari is one of the most successful cyber-security figures in the world. The first Israeli woman to speak on TED explains how hackers can benefit the world, how the IDF helps to narrow the gender gap in tech, and what we should all be doing to see more women leading the industry

Yuval Hirshorn