Meet the Israeli spreading the gospel of polyamory
What do dying people regret? And what do they want to know?
Ruthie Russo, a food writer and the face of Israeli cuisine overseas, has some strikingly down-to-earth things to say about people's likes and dislikes.
Attorney Asher Miller, of Cycurity Vision, says that the West is trying to expand norms of proper business behavior, which are finally reaching Israel’s shores.
Sociologist Maha Karkabi-Sabbah has discovered in her own life and in her research that despite some positive signs, the bridging of the gender gap in Israeli Arab society is still a distant dream.
Two cheers for the rule of law that can send a powerful tycoon to jail, but corruption is still widespread in Israel. It reaches the very top of business and government.
Pini Rubin, the 67-year-old co-chief of Gornitzky and Co., tells TheMarker about the loopholes that are closing, even if the magnates still have an easier time with the tax man.
Israeli researcher of French immigrants says he discovered a wave of immigration unlike any other - meet the Boeing aliyah: Jews who moved to Israel but work in France.
Two founders of KamaTech, which helps the ultra-Orthodox find work in high tech, give TheMarker an unequivocal yes. Tech companies just have to get over their prejudices, they say.
Advocacy group Yedid is striving to increase the pay of lower-income groups, but deputy director Ron Melamed says not everyone in the government shares that concern.