Did you think Intel’s acquisition of Mobileye in 2017 was big news? Well it was. But it didn’t spell the end of the chipmaker’s investments in Israel. Not by a longshot.
Death and taxes, they say, are the only certainties in life. But urban planners might add a few more items to that list. Cities keeping getting more crowded, for example; their streets can only accommodate so much of the increased traffic that invariably follows; and public transit typically proves either […]
Imagine a future where electric vehicles could draw power right out of the road, instead of having to plug in and charge overnight. Now what if we told you that future was coming soon to the streets of Tel Aviv?
Since launching in New York half a decade ago, Via Transportation has spread to dozen of cities in eleven countries around the world. But now it’s preparing to tackle the source of its inspiration and what could be its trickiest market yet.