Digital ad firm Matomy laying off 10% of staff as it unveils new business strategy; TowerJazz beats forecasts for earnings; Tel Aviv shares ignore Macron victory
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Private equity fund Fortissimo takes stake in Biological Industries; Pelephone gets approval to retire aging 2G phone service
NIS 130m acquisition of distant No. 2 rival to Super Pharm likely to win antitrust approval
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
Check-discounting firms raise capital from institutional investors to help finance their gray market sub-contractors
Survey by Deloitte finds average cost of compensation at Tel Aviv Stock Exchange's top companies rose 14 percent in 2016.
Strauss to pay whopping 1 billion shekels to get back 25.1% stake held by TPG.
Against the backdrop of Netanyahu's threat to hold elections if Kahlon insists a new public broadcaster go on air, the finance minister says he's ready for any scenario.
To keep the Israeli side at arm's length, the gas is technically being sold to the Jordanians by an American company.
Isracard net profit dropped 9 percent in 2016 on lower margin; Dual-listed stocks weigh on Tel Aviv stock market.