Analyst sees big increase in bank dividends next year; Mylan shares rise sharply despite Congressional grilling of its CEO.
Making good wines is not enough to guarantee success for Israeli winemakers, who face a weak local market and boycotts from abroad.
While some countries put hundreds of thousands of databases on data.gov websites, Israel provides access to only 300. The losses reach the hundreds of millions.
Move marks setback for Cellcom Israel, which is negotiating a network-sharing pact with the bidders of the mobile network operator.
Kashrut supervision has long been taken to task for its inefficiency and waste, high costs and inconsistent standards.
A Health Ministry committee wants limits on advertising to adults, while proposing that manufacturers be required to gradually reduce the sugar, salt and fat content of their products by reformulating them.
British firm providing betting services to Toto wants to halt ban – or get compensation.
Lemonade to sell peer-to-peer insurance policies; Israel easing rules on dual-use exports; Keshet, Dick Clark Productions form media-tech investment fund.
Insurance commissioner rejects compromise on Clal Insurance share sale; Matomy posts loss as revenue slips and R&D spending grows; Shares quiet ahead of Fed rate decision.
Most or all of startup’s staff will stay on as Israeli R&D employees of U.S. company.