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Intel Israel is moving its 2,500 development personnel into a new building in Petah Tikva. This 34,000 square meter building will learn the habits of every employee who chooses to disclose personal information, customize his working environment, help save energy and continue learning and improving over time. Among other things, the building will know what coffee to make for each employee, when to send him to get a haircut and..."/>
Intel to build 'smart' Israel development center [Globes, Tel Aviv, Israel]
Imperva Inc. will be sold continues to excite investors, leading the company's share price to jump 21.1% on NASDAQ on Friday, in a particularly large trading turnover. After this rise in share prices, the company's market cap totaled $1.7 billion. This hike followed a "Bloomberg" report that Cisco, IBM, and a joint venture of the private equity fund Vista Equity Partners and defense technology firm Raytheon had bid to buy the firm."/>
Imperva jumps on IBM, Cisco acquisition reports [Globes, Tel Aviv, Israel]
Apple watch and last year took his employees on a tour of Tesla's electric car factory. He seeks advice from the man who designed the computer mouse for Steve Jobs."/>
Sacramento's Golden 1 Center is Ranadive's high-tech vision sprung to life [The Sacramento Bee]
Apple watch and last year took his employees on a tour of Tesla's electric car factory. He seeks advice from the man who designed the computer mouse for Steve Jobs."/>
Sacramento's Golden 1 Center is Ranadive's high-tech vision sprung to life [The Sacramento Bee]
Future of former CJ's a mystery [Lewiston Tribune, Idaho]
Amazon.com jumped 3.5 percent last week to a Friday close of $805.75 per share. The 22- year-old company reshaping the retail marketplace is anticipated to reach the $1,000- per-share level within 18 months as revenue and active users increase. The company also climbed into the top five largest companies in the United States."/>
BRIEF: Amazon breaks US biggest five companies [The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.]
Facebook and posted his intention to extend a gesture of appreciation to the Scranton Police Department. He and three friends delivered that gesture Saturday afternoon, providing lunch to the Police Department: Samario's pizza and soda."/>
Praising 'good police,' teens treat Scranton cops to lunch [The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.]
Patents: 9-25 [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio]
Apple iPhone models at all of its seven outlets Kingdomwide. A huge crowd collected at LuLu Hypermarket, Riyadh Avenue Mall on Saturday 12 a.m., with customers showing their eagerness to buy the new iPhone 7 and the bigger iPhone 7 Plus. The visibly excited customers were already at the mall from 8 p.m. waiting to own the mobile."/>
LuLu Hypermarkets organize colorful launch for iPhone 7 [Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia]
Your BIZ for Sept. 25 [Greeley Tribune, Colo.]

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