Global media tried over the weekend to figure out who is NSO of Herzliya, the company that forced Apple to make a frantic security update.
Even though the majority of youngsters on resort holidays are too young to legally consume alcohol, that doesn’t stop tour company representatives selling them party packages. ‘Kids are subjected to extortion and pressure’ warns one concerned parent.
Apple fixes iOS security flaw after Citizen Lab claims attack targeting UEA rights activist, Mexican journalist linked to software developed by NSO Group, an Israeli company that makes spyware for governments.
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Industry sources say Olga Raz’s case not unusual as food makers angle to raise their health credentials.
Bank of Israel seen likely to buy dollars to curb local currency’s free fall.
Sales of its breakfast cereals are still showing double-digit declines. Shamir Salads suffering similar fate.
In the United States, Eric Ben-Artzi spoke out against Deutsche Bank’s derivatives practices, but he’s not happy to let shareholders foot the bill.
Eliezer Fishman, who owns the business newspaper Globes, accumulated a debt of 1.8 billion shekels debt to Bank Hapoalim. But the bank still wants him at the helm.
State-owned defense maker will lay off 730 employees and make other cutbacks; invest savings in marketing, R&D.