Committee said it provided some political parties less access to minutes from precincts after they violated disclosure restrictions
For years, marketers have been trying to figure out how to sell to millennials. Start by looking at their empty wallets
Haaretz found a correlation between unbalanced precinct committees and polling stations with potential irregularities; Central Elections Committee says such configurations are unavoidable
A 'dysfunctional' education system drives many who retrained with the hope of making a difference to leave the profession
Last Israeli Election Was Riddled With Irregularities and Suspected Voting Fraud, Haaretz Investigation Reveals
Haaretz pored over thousands of protocols and spoke to ballot officials, uncovering a disturbing picture
Ultra-Orthodox and Arab Parties Struck Illegal Deal at Polling Stations, Haaretz Investigation Finds
United Torah Judaism and United Arab List-Balad swapped representatives at key polling stations, in violation of election laws ■ Analysis of thousands of protocols from polling stations and interviews with dozens of representatives reveal the deal
With exports approved, the rush is on to serve a multibillion-dollar global market. But some warn that competition and high costs could dash dreams
Less sugar and salt is all the rage as food makers try to catch up and still keep their products tasty.
Once ads told us who used a brand and what the story was. Today it’s all told on social media and price rules, so the big chains are hurting.
Parents are being forced to pay a premium for their children to play at Israel’s premier soccer and basketball clubs, including the buying of official kits and merchandise.
A Haaretz investigative report shows that the benefits of the drug are far from clear, especially when taken without proper supervision.
It seems that in 2012 Wissotzky Tea cracked the code of getting shoppers to spend more on a particular product - something others in Israel's food industry struggled to do.
She befriends tycoons and isn't ashamed of it, would reward Haredim for cooperating, and says peace matters more than prices.
In an interview with Haaretz, MK Tibi claims that Israel is a racist state but also criticizes his fellow Arab citizens of Israel.
According to a new survey, more than a third of Israelis would leave the country if they could, citing economic opportunities as the main reason. Who are the wannabe leavers, and what can be done to induce them to stay?
A popular protest may have been triggered by costly cottage cheese just a year ago. That was then. Now consumer brand loyalty is back in fashion.
Meretz Party leader Zahava Gal-On is bullish on her party's electoral prospects and dismissive of so-called celebrity politicians. But she expresses hope about joining a center-left coalition.
Leading companies lost their luster as cost-of-living protests rocked the land. That was then. Now Honda and Leffe beer are back, big-time.
Deputy health minister says it's 'absurd for both parents to work,' praises Netanyahu policies.
Labor Leader to TheMarker: I'm in Favor of Free Market and Competition, but That's Not the Case in Israel
Shelly Yacimovich, Netanyahu's main contender in the upcoming elections, says in an interview that Israel should tax the wealthy more and ease off on the poor.
Is creating companies with the explicit purpose of selling them, as opposed to investing in them and turning them into megaliths, actually sabotaging the country’s future?
Fuze Tea appeared on shelves in the place where Nestea used to be, customers could easily have abandoned the beverage. Its success, however, provides six invaluable marketing lessons on the power of brand, taste and global reach.
The young woman who kicked off the social protest last year remains true to her revolutionary creed - an anti-leader who inspires the masses.
Winged victory for Nestle with an untested, but enormously successful tie-in.
The Israeli press covered the four-month-old protest movement intensely; not so in the U.S. Though organizers of the Occupy Wall Street protest claim people have taken to the streets in 190 American cities, the only media outlets that cover the issues are the free papers handed out in the subway.
Tel Aviv protest marked by jam sessions, police and protesters battle in Rome.
Closer look shows the public is hopping mad, but still buying.
Zehavit Cohen, CEO of Apax Partners, Tnuva Dairy's biggest shareholders, speaks to the media about the consumer protest against high dairy produce prices; says protest 'just' and 'painful.'