Shoshana Kordova

Israel 

Shoshana Kordova is a former language columnist for Haaretz and Tablet Magazine and has written for publications including Smithsonian Magazine, Religion News Service, Quartz and the New York Times blog Motherlode. She is a New Jersey native who has been living, writing, translating and editing in Israel since 2001.

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News

12 ‘cheated’ investors in China threaten to jump to their deaths

Three venture capitalists in northern China were arrested on charges of illegal fundraising after 12 of their investors threatened to jump off the top of a government [Read More...]
Jan 05, 2015

What the entrepreneurial spirit may look like in Cuba

It may surprise readers to know that DIY innovation and startups have been growing in Cuba, even under communism's rule. Here, we describe what the startup scene may end [Read More...]
Dec 31, 2014

If photos can replicate our fingerprints, what ID methods are secure?

A hacker claims he replicated the fingerprint of a German politician by using publicly accessible photos of her thumb - which easy-to-use ID methods should mobile tech [Read More...]
Dec 31, 2014

eCommerce

10 rising global fashion tech startups

Think fashion tech startups need to be based in New York, Paris or London? Think again
Feb 15, 2015

Entrepreneurship

10 rising global fashion tech startups

Think fashion tech startups need to be based in New York, Paris or London? Think again
Feb 15, 2015