Forget the Far East, says CEO. Palestinian workers are good, cheap, close - and take shekels.
Ariane de Rothschild was already in high finance when she met her future husband, Baron Benjamin de Rothschild. She steers the family's philanthropic activities, believes business should be fun and when asked about her decision not to convert to Judaism she says, 'To be a Jew is what you do, not what you pretend to be.'
Indian high-tech workers might be cheaper, but differences in mentality and culture made globalization difficult. So Matrix looked closer to home.
Everyone in Rwanda knows about the Agahozo-Shalom village, where some 500 young people who lost their parents in the 1994 genocide live, study and continue to heal. And most people know it is a joint Israeli-American Jewish venture.
Almost a third of Israeli parents say they do not devote enough time to their children.
'Woman of valor,' 'righteous man' and 'king's daughter' - these are among the religious slogans New York-born Rachal Ginsberg prints on merchandise in her Jerusalem T-shirt shop.
What does watching prisoners have in common with running a world-class university? Just ask Haim Glick, who traded in his warden's keys and took over as director general of Bar-Ilan
Claim against Israel Women's Network being underwritten by Ben Ari's NIS 49,000 public communications budget.