Bakeries are raising donut prices this Hanukkah, if not on the simple jelly variety, then on the fancy ones with chocolates, creams and syringes.
Israel Chemicals says it is giving up on $60 million tax appeal, will take charge; Mylan to cut up to 10% of global workforce; Tel Aviv shares follow global markets higher
Help PC says that it issued a 7,000 shekel credit to a customer after she complained that she didn't need the items she purchased.
The widespread and unregulated phenomenon of short-term rentals is hurting hotels and travel agents. But with 20,000 apartments vanishing from the housing market, the Israeli public suffers the most.
Tipster tells Israeli pharmaceutical giant Teva of alleged wrongdoing in Romania amid probe into other reported cases of bribery.
Shalit to start working as a banker, will most likely be working in trading division after undergoing training, reports Channel 10.
Rules to lure tech companies to Israel gives the drug maker a chance to opt for a 6% rate.
Among Israelis age 18-34, a mere 10% reported they want television on a regular basis while 75% said they downloaded videos to their smartphones.
New rules would limit spending as well as kinds of ads Mifal Hapayis can use.
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