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Which Israeli company is being valued at $3 billion and who raised $30 million?

Which Israeli company is being valued at $3 billion and who raised $30 million?

CTech Daily Roundup: Google’s AI-focused fund leads $9.5 million investment in Israeli startup Mine

CTech | 21:56  21.10.2020
Cyber powerhouse SentinelOne is now worth $3 billion. The company is in the final stages of raising its sixth round led by Sequoia Capital.

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Google’s AI-focused fund leads $9.5 million investment in Israeli startup Mine. The company offers users concerned about their private information being online the possibility to automate data deletion requests. Read more

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