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What is the Israeli connection behind Michael Jordan’s deal with DraftKings and which Israeli company is partnering with Tesla?

What is the Israeli connection behind Michael Jordan’s deal with DraftKings and which Israeli company is partnering with Tesla?

CTech Daily Roundup: Israel’s Electra Group strikes $80 million deal with Tesla

CTech | 23:38  03.09.2020
Israel’s Electra Group strikes $80 million deal with Tesla. Polish subsidiary Electra M&E Polska will perform electromechanical work for the American electric vehicle corporation in its new plant outside Berlin. Read more 

 

Homeward bound: Israeli tech companies are downsizing their office space. As companies shift to work from home, property owners are being forced to lower rents and offer creative solutions for the lucrative tenants. Read more 

 

Michael Jordan. Photo: AP Michael Jordan. Photo: AP Michael Jordan. Photo: AP

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Israel’s Electra Group strikes $80 million deal with Tesla. Polish subsidiary Electra M&E Polska will perform electromechanical work for the American electric vehicle corporation in its new plant outside Berlin. Read more 

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