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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Two-year old Israeli technology sold for $37 million

From Times of Israel:

An Israeli start-up that provides technology for the development of browser extensions has been sold for $37 million. Israel’s Crossrider has been bought by e-commerce company Market.com, which will continue to operate the developer as before, the company’s CEO told reporters.

Crossrider’s is an exceptional success story. It’s less than two years old, and already has over 200 million users developing extensions for browsers. With the “browser wars” heating up to full steam, Crossfire’s easy-to-use platform that allows users to develop cross-browser extensions has made the company a sort of “kingmaker.”

Here is a sympathy card you can send your anti-Israel friends.

(h/t Adam L. for text. Previous BDS sympathy card here.)