Just like fallen tycoon Eliezer Fishman, a few moguls, executives, lawyers and consultants buy and sell concessions from the state - and in the process destroy tens of billions of shekels
Guy Rolnik, Founding Editor-in-Chief TheMarker Media, Haaretz
President Donald Trump talks about being at war with the media, but a look behind the headlines shows it’s still all about the art of the deal
Americans on left and right were broken into believing democracy equals plutocracy – by Obama, Bushes and Clintons
It's no secret the U.S. president tries to manipulate the media – not unlike the Netanyahu government's fairy tale about Israel becoming the queen of natural gas.
This is gang war, in which each camp sees corruption only when political rivals are doing it.
The responsibility for the growing despair, indignity and rapidly eroding pay in the world’s advanced economies shouldn’t be laid to globalization, automation or technology.
Arnon Mozes’ Yedioth Ahronoth gave positive coverage to the strongest players at the height of their power. If the media’s function is to critique the powerful, Yedioth did the opposite.
Bibi started attacking the media two years ago and is playing favorites in the economy. But these crony capitalists haven’t won yet.
If not for the social protest movement, a tycoon could have become premier.
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