TechNation: Accelerators launched to help women, Arabs start up companies; Monsanto licenses TargetGene technology; U.S. ag-tech fund Radicle will invest in Israel.
Histadrut chairman Avi Nissenkorn is a great guy with good intentions and no ability to lead.
Prosecutors allege that owners of international chain of medical clinics concealed $200 million of revenues.
Founded in 2014 and counting 15 employees, StreamRail has developed video-player technology that enables publishers to make money off of content.
Few are actually flying to Turkey but are using Ataturk Airport to make connections to other destinations.
Legislation aims to boost the bourse, which is suffering from fall in trading volumes and listings.
Pinto to start as Hapoalim CEO August 1; Excellence: Israeli exposure to Brexit fallout is minimal; Tel Aviv shares gain as Brexit worries recede.
Finance minister hopes move will help TASE, which is struggling with falling trading volumes and a declining number of listed companies.
From now on, surgeons will have to negotiate their fees with the HMOs' supplemental insurance programs or commercial insurance companies and the patients will be out of the picture.
Since 1998, Cisco has invested more than $2 billion in the acquisition of Israeli firms.