IDB says it gets offer for most or all of its Clal Insurance stake; Bezeq profits declined 38% in quarter after Yes consolidation; TA-25 index turns lowers after four days of gains.
Medium-sized food retailer boosts its offer for bankrupt chain at last minute to secure votes.
Argaman, which was founded in 1934, adopted high-tech and moved production abroad, but it still couldn't return to profitability.
Company says stem cell printer has potential for further advances in producing large tissues and organs.
Guy Heksch, a hospitality industry veteran who grew up in Jerusalem's King David, runs restaurants for the giant Marriott chain and knows what younger guests want from their hotel.
Facebook, Google and other tech heavyweights are increasingly compensating those benevolent geeks who report their security breaches. Not surprisingly, the ‘good guys’ include quite a few Israelis.
Under the coalition agreements, the linkage of budgeting ultra-Orthodox schools to core curriculum studies is expected to be canceled; former Haredim who sued the state for damage caused by their inferior education have found that Israel is suing their parents for the compensation.
Court blocks creditors from weighing rival bids by Rami Levi, Ben-Moshe.
Extra spending will go to enlarged income supplements for pensioners. The party also agrees to a two-year budget and reforms in defense spending.
Karnit Flug says the government must spend more on education and health.