Meanwhile, Israeli life science startups share of tech fundraising shrinking, study finds
Investment house warns London-based fund it is in breach of contract in $410 million deal
Private equity fund Fortissimo takes stake in Biological Industries; Pelephone gets approval to retire aging 2G phone service
New drive to enlist domestic money for the local VC industry runs up against the industry's poor record
Business in Brief: Protalix Shares Plunge on Disappointing Trial Results for Cystic Fibrosis Treatment
Ability shares fall after directors resign; Kenon, Chery to help finance factory for joint venture; Dash tells XIO it must seek approvals in acquisition deal; shares end lower in holiday trading
Isramco board approves massive dividend payout through 2019; Court orders IDB to sell first 5% block of Clal Insurance shares; Sovereign wealth fund to launch in 2020, Bank of Israel chief says; Tel Aviv Stock Exchange snaps five-session losing streak
Bank of Israel intervention boosts dollar in late trading; Tel Aviv shares end higher, lifted by telecoms and tech.
Community rabbis are instructing families how to invest money from the Israeli government’s new child-savings plan via neighborhood wall posters. The problem is, the return isn’t that good.
Business in brief | Menorah under scrutiny over sexual-harassment insurance policies | Court allows Fairtrade to resume operations | Tel Aviv shares close week higher.
The government program is moving forward and letters are being sent to parents informing them of their choices. Where should you deposit the money? How much tax will you pay? What happens if you don’t make decisions in time?