Judge Khaled Kabub rejected the former tycoon’s defense of his stock market activity point by point, which signals a long prison term is in store.
It’s early to say whether the grousing will turn into a new policy. Maybe it’s just people blowing off steam after seeing their pay shrink thanks to the new executive salary-cap law.
Maybe brisker economic growth in the past left enough for the powerless general public to share and hid the piggishness.
Jobs can prevent poverty, but not for ultra-Orthodox, says the latest BoI annual report, highlighting need for government intervention - but which kind?
Appointed to the helm of the bank by Danny Dankner, Zion Kenan restored Hapoalim to its leading position but under his watch a series of problems undermined corporate governance there.
Certain sectors of Israel's economy don’t just lay off employees with the severance they deserve, they offer them millions. Even then, many are hesitant to take it. Wonder why?
So the cabinet passed a resolution: Around half of all cabinet resolutions are implemented only in part, if at all.
Defining Israel's labor market as flexible conceals a little statistical lie. It is defined as flexible because most of it is – but it has big areas which are about as flexible as reinforced concrete.
BDS is busy every day, U.S. academic associations are boycotting Israel, and a third intifada is gaining momentum.
The debate over how to apply antitrust laws to the energy industry overlooks the strategic importance gas should be playing in the region. Regulatory delays risk vital Israeli interests.