As securities probe advances, court releases from custody Shaul Elovitch, Bezeq's controlling shareholder, and two executives from its Yes satellite TV unit with restrictions
Controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch is focus of suspicions that include possible criminal offenses
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Antitrust, treasury officials say Israel’s biggest telecoms company is blocking reform, shouldn’t be rewarded.
Move would not end ban on keeping operating units apart but would entitle company to giant tax benefit.
The Prime Minister’s Office says Netanyahu's meetings with the Bezeq owner were private and therefore no one else's business.
The prime minister, who is also communications minister, will not be able to handle issues linked to Shaul Elovitch's telecom group Bezeq, Israel’s largest communications company.
Legal proceedings by Globes workers, media disclosure lead to cancellation.
Attorney General insists PM refrain from matters dealing with Israel's largest communications company, Bezeq, whose owner also runs Walla, a popular news site which provides Netanyahu with favorable coverage.
The most important Telecom group in Israel expects to earn 1.7 billion shekels in 2015.