Asked if Apax is planning to offer the Antitrust Authority money to end the Tnuva investigation, the fund dismissed the suggestion. Tnuva declined to comment.
Ofer dies at 87 in September, leaving most of his wealth to daughter after changing will in November 2008, slashing his son, Doron's share in the inheritance.
Survey finds gross profitability increased in most sectors of the economy - a sign that competition was lacking in these sectors, said BDI CEO Eyal Yanai.
The first serious financial reaction to the social protest?
In raid on company's offices, trustbuster uncovers e-mails apparently backing suspicions the company used its monopoly status to price gouge.
Unilever bows to pressure, cutting prices on 22 items.
But students demand food company cut all prices by 30%.
Jealously-guarded no more: Food company published its financial statement, revealing half-billion shekel profit in 2010.
Protest leaders meet with Tnuva corporate leaders Tuesday, present demands and threats.
The Antitrust Authority will shortly publish new regulations explaining what will - and will not - be permissible for company executives to say in interviews, speeches or in other public venues.