With an annual increase of 15 percent in those diagnosed with autism, there is a serious lack of a framework for autistic individuals.
The United States says it sees stopping the bloodshed in Aleppo as a top priority.
Olive oil sold in Israeli stores only needs to have 35% of its production costs originate in the country to qualify as Israeli. That's just one thing growers want to change about the market, worth $500 million annually.
The government wants to bring foreign building companies to Israel to introduce better technology and speed construction; Turkey’s Yilmazlar has been doing that for 20 years.
The device, which Sirin Labs calls the most advanced smartphone ever made, will be unveiled next month in London.
Since he took over the Communications Ministry a year and a half ago and appointed a political ally as director general, key decisions have been left in abeyance.
Management exodus at Leader amid talks to sell two key units; DSP Group swings into first-quarter loss.
Israelis are steering away from soft drinks in favor of water and, encouraged by a cut in the alcohol tax, the hard stuff too.
Jerusalem maker of management software for TV industry valued at $400 million.
Big-name cybersecurity investors take part in funding for Preempt Security.
For years, prostitution took place nearly unimpeded in the city center. A new study shows how sex workers have been pushed to the margins.
Freedom House lowers Israel's ranking to partially free, citing 'growing impact of Israel Hayom, whose owner-subsidized business model endangered stability of other media outlets,' as well as undisclosed sponsored content.