On the eve of the Paris climate conference, Israeli researchers say the country has relative advantages in the industry it should continue to foster.
The Health Ministry decides which supplier patients can use — unless they have cancer.
Travel industry sources say few Israelis have canceled but few are making new reservations. If they’re flying to Europe, it’s to the east.
Tel Aviv’s first tech IPO of 2015 fails; TA-25 index ends lower, but most of the market posts gains.
Warning could mean nationwide strike in two weeks.
Many hail agreement as end to years of feuding, but Prime Minister's Office wants two clauses re-examined.
The sales of two units by Discount and Leumi this week are the latest in a series of divestments.
Plan calls for use of pipeline built to bring Egyptian gas to Israel, but security is a concern.
Imagine you could find a use for doggy doo and potato peels and save the planet too: Like that thought? This startup’s cooking-gas and fertilizer production system is for you.
Under agreement between Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, army bases’ municipal taxes to be redistributed from a central fund.