Waze Co-Founder Skips Google to Try Startup World Again

Uri Levine, as co-founder and president of Waze, an Israeli mobile satellite navigation application, speaks during The Second Jerusalem International Tourism Summit on May 28, 2013.

Uri Levine still has the entrepreneurial bug. After selling map-software provider Waze to Google for $1.1 billion last June, the 49-year-old Israeli decided not to join the ranks of his famous acquirer.

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