Cost of being forced to close down for the day is too high, say business reps.
The three big dairies − Tnuva, Strauss and Tara − employ some 1,500 people whose job is to arrange shelves at supermarkets. All are likely to be laid off, including some 700 workers at Tnuva alone.
Steimatzky, the mother of all Israeli bookstore chains, is charged with two incidents of demanding promotional exclusivity of certain titles.
We're run like a banana republic, outraged exporters whose cargo is stuck complain to minister.
Prices for fruits and vegetables in Israel have been rising rapidly for years. Now the famers' federation is advocating for government oversight.
Repatriated profits had nothing to do with recently passed Knesset law on 'trapped' corporate profits, sources tell TheMarker.
Israel is among the top 10 countries in satellite research, but its commercial potential is hindered by the military juggernaut.
Flooding of Ayalon becomes flashpoint for grievances.
NIS 20 billion development plan was approved by the government in 2005 and targeted for completion by 2015. What impact has it had? None.
The amount of the fine to which Tnuva consents represents an enhanced level of enforcement of the antitrust laws, Antitrust Commissioner says.