The days of the big tycoons and sweetheart deals for big companies are over. There’s too much regulation and too little control.
Israel business news
A law requiring stores to charge for them is due to go into force soon, but will it deter usage?
Drivers wishing to find travel partners will download the Moovit Carpool app for drivers and receive requests from passengers wishing to reach similar destinations.
Almost everyone — homeowners, insurance companies and the finance minister — benefits from the Israel Tax Authority’s hasty decision to declare the recent blazes politically motivated arson.
Business in Brief: Teddy Sagi earns $412 million from selling 12% stake in Playtech; Namco on its way to becoming 18th U.S. property firm traded on TASE; Shares end lower as turnover swells on MSCI index adjustments.
First International, meanwhile, taps Irit Izakson to head its board.
In statement, he makes no mention of sexual harassment affair, pointing instead to bank’s financial performance during his tenure.
Delek slates 200 million-shekel third-quarter dividend; Tel Aviv shares edge lower in light turnover
Experts from abroad can no longer enter as tourists and must have work permits. The upside? The Interior Ministry is issuing them promptly.
Mobileye and Delphi Automotive Plc hope to produce fully automated cars by 2019.