Globus Max cinema chain expected to seek protection from creditors Tuesday; Proxy firm advises shareholders to vote out Mylan directors; Tel Aviv shares end broadly lower
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Following record profits, Delek Drilling to distribute $180 million in dividends; Migdal and Phoenix insurance companies report brighter Q1 profit picture; Greece’s Energean to supply gas to Israeli power stations; TASE’s TA 35 and TA 125 indexes slip on Sunday
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
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.