By: John Reed
Uri Levine could, if he wanted to, be doing something else — or, indeed, any number of other things.

The Israeli entrepreneur co-founded Waze, the traffic and mapping mobile app that disrupted the in-car navigation business and now has more than 50m users. He and the company’s other shareholders sold the company to search giant Google for a reported $1.1bn in 2013 in one of the country’s biggest high-tech “exits”…read more.