Featured during the week of November 16, 2008 were news of Michigan’s governor signing a water technology partnership agreement with Israel and news that Israel’s current drought is the worst its been in over 100 years. Security firm, Finjan announced that it raised $22 million and AOMi partnered with Cordys. Contradicting stories on the state of the Israel’s hi-tech sector from the Jerusalem Post and BusinessWeek also made the headlines. For these stories and more check out the headlines below.
Cleantech and Environment
1. Israel Facing Worst Water Crisis in More Than 100 Years
Investments and deals
4. AOMi Partners with Cordys to Enhance SaaS Business Model
9. Voltaire Powers World’s Largest Windows Supercomputer
12. MSN Israel reborn
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