Intel buys the Israeli Mobileye for 15 billion dollars Mobileye allows Intel to roll out fully autonomous vehicles.
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- 14 March, 2017 Mobileye CEO: We will be an example to the world Company bought by Intel for $15 billion pledges to reduce fatal car accidents with revolutionary self-driving technology.
- 13 March, 2017 Intel buys Mobileye in biggest ever deal in Israeli high-tech Computer-chip giant Intel to enter the self-driving-car market with a $15.3 billion acquisition of the Israeli company.
- 17 August, 2017 Mobileye co-founder quits Hebrew University in dispute over royalties The university seeks to reopen the issue after the company was sold to Intel this year for $15 billion
- 13 March, 2017 Making autonomous car play, Intel offers $15B for Mobileye DETROIT (AP) — Computer chip maker Intel paid handsomely for a piece of the next big thing Monday as it offered more than $15 billion for Mobileye, an Israeli company at the forefront of autonomous vehicle technology.