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Startup Nation: The Investment Potential of Israeli Tech Firms

In 1966, a company called Netafim invented the first drip irrigation system. In 1989, M-Systems created the first USB flash drive, while DSP Group developed the answering machine. A flurry of other innovations emerged over the following decades, including Waze driving technology, which was acquired by Google in 2013.

Weight Loss, Investors Gain: The Investment Opportunity Presented by Weight Loss Treatment Innovations

More than a billion people are all too familiar with how difficult it is to shed extra weight and keep it off.1 However, until recently, progress in addressing obesity on a large scale produced lackluster results, and public health officials have been increasingly concerned as obesity has grown into a global health crisis.

Investing in Cybersecurity: An Overview on Navigating Digital Defense

In February 2024, a cyberattack against the electronic payments system operated by Change Healthcare, a unit of United Health Care, wreaked havoc on the nation’s health care payment processing system. Doctors and health care providers were unable to process insurance claims, squeezing health care providers and patients alike. The fallout from the attack continued to be felt for weeks afterward.1