The more competitive and sophisticated the market is, the more businesses will identify and exploit people’s biological and psychological frailties
According to statistics released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Israel is listed as the seventh largest arms seller in the world, with its companies accounting for 2.1% of global sales.
Chief scientist: Women, Arabs, Haredim must help stem Israel’s tech labor shortage | Reporty raises $5.15 million for emergency rescue app | Samsung opens incubator in Tel Aviv.
It isn’t just Israel where young people are being forced to live with their parents, unable to buy or rent a property.
Israeli high-tech and old industry are teaming up to make sure the country doesn’t fall behind as world food demand continues to grow.
Gaming is big business around the world, a source of jobs and tax revenue. But it brings a host of social ills with it.
A program funded by the industrialist-philanthropist equips disadvantged youth for life after military service.
Businessman Gary Fegel is investing $15 million in an Israeli biometric identification firm along with Ehud Barak. Just don’t ask about his personal wealth.
But despite a steep drop in world oil prices last year, energy prices in Israel fell only moderately.
OECD calls for better education, more economic competition.