A lacuna in the law allows wealthy politicians to spend millions on campaign as long as they have not officially declared their candidacy.
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.
Bino gets official clearance to sell Paz stake on the stock market; TowerJazz leading growth among world’s semiconductor foundries.
Survey was done on serious traffic convictions; new study of drug crimes showing similar results, says Tel Aviv University researcher.
Worker killed, several others injured in four severe construction site mishaps on Wednesday.
Israeli unemployment is low. So why is the treasury’s confirmation of this fact greeted with such suspicion?
Deal to buy operator of Amos communications satellites likely to face regulatory scrutiny.
No immediate claims of responsibility for the attack in Kabul. Some 700 students had been rescued, Kabul police chief says.
Figure reached $1.4 billion and will probably show growth for August.
Beak makeover at Ramat Gan Safari Park saves giant bird starving to death after it suffered a blow to the mouth.
At Sopot, aficionados describe why they eat up translations from the Hebrew, especially writers like Etgar Keret, who don’t push the Holocaust, the Palestinian conflict or kibbutzim.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.