At its heyday, IDB Holding Corp was one of the biggest holding companies in Israel.
Business in Brief | Ratio secures loan of up to $400 million for Leviathan development; Shares of Protalix plummet after debt swap; Tel Aviv shares mark fifth session lower.
$16.5 million sale is one of several cutbacks as Bank Hapoalim exits international private banking.
Eliezer Fishman asks court to order creditors vote on plan, calling it a 'responsible' settlement.
Few of the organizations authorized to represent consumers make use of the right.
Reductions would be on top of 4.5% across-the-board reduction already approved by the government
The key issues are how the Prime Minister’s Office makes decisions and whether confidentiality has perverted military procurement.
Security giant has been in negotiations with Israeli private equity fund FIMI since August.
The days of the big tycoons and sweetheart deals for big companies are over. There’s too much regulation and too little control.
A law requiring stores to charge for them is due to go into force soon, but will it deter usage?