State-owned utility is committed to buying $800 million of natural gas it won’t need and is seeking ways to cover the cost.
Officers in the career army seem happier to discuss military failings than their own financial arrangements.
Israel’s two big book chains plan the deep discounting that disappeared when the Book Law went into effect last year.
In strongly worded statement, company that owns pipeline that would deliver the gas denies any involvement in talks.
Rami Levy shares slump on disappointing third quarter; Alon Blue Square, Dor Energy sell Diners Club stake.
Oramed in $50m pact with China’s Hefei; Verint laying off scores of Israeli staff.
Customers feel as if Golan, known for it's low prices, is abandoning the little guy and selling out to larger corporations.
Housing & Construction’s solar-farm partner files to insolvency; Tel Aviv stocks end mixed in quiet trading
There’s no Thanksgiving and no Christmas, but sales were 23% higher on November 27 than on a typical November day as shoppers adopt American-style binge buying with gusto
Venture capital firm Innovation Endeavors has mapped 320 Israeli startups operating in the hot field of the Internet of Things – and predicts Israel will become the leading technology power in the industry.