The old regional order was shaken to the foundation over the past year. Egypt and Syria were weakened by their internal rebellions, and Turkey is trying to take advantage of the new situation.
Even though she describes her performance in her first Intel management position - a team leader - as "the worst in the company," her bosses noticed her potential and nurtured it.
Insurance company will start by focusing operations on elementary, car and property insurance; partners will raise NIS 60-90 million in capital to establish the company.
Companies are putting a new twist on the tradition of employing worker's children during the summer holidays and paying them to work for non-profit organizations instead.
Basel Ghattas founded and runs the only financial publication that caters to the Israeli-Arab community. Business leaders are starting to take note.
Stanley Fischer was disqualified from the race to head the International Monetary Fund; the explanation: his age.
The huge salaries of the senior management at those places may make the headlines, and is one of the reasons consumers love to hate them.
Several other ministries have become highly "feminized," but the Finance Ministry has remained a bastion of men.
The equal employment opportunities commissioner has a miniscule budget and staff, and can't touch 30% of the workforce. Yet oddly, Tziona Koenig-Yair is hopeful.
Survey presented at a conference earlier this month reveals that few Israelis are indifferent to the issue of migrant workers.