Local residents' class action lawsuit reveals extent of damage to the Zin Stream, where instead of clear spring water, yellow and foul-smelling sewage water flows regularly
Governmental report looks at emissions as well as environmental accidents and violations of environmental law
Teva reports disappointing results from asthma drug trials ■ Discount transfers 5% Cellcom stake to two Elsztain allies to conform with law ■ Delek’s Ithaca unit sells oil field to help pay down debt ■ Teva, Israel Chemicals give a lift to Tel Aviv shares
A global problem comes home: Some 1,500 Haifa Chemicals workers are about to lose their jobs, and neither the government, nor the Histadrut, nor the left has an answer for them
Despite cooperative efforts such as agreed-upon pollution monitoring, park officials failed to foresee spill at plant that will paralyze the area for over a year
Alluding to the life-threatening danger posed by the storage of the noxious substance, judge says picture emerging from experts' report 'keeps awake at night anyone who reads it.'
Real reason for Stefan Borgas’ departure may have been a dispute with ICL’s controlling shareholder.
Stefan Borgas said to be in talks with ChemChina, Swiss company’s new controller shareholder.
Sides reach settlement after government sought as much as 930 million shekels from estate
Profits of ICL, which has exclusive permits to extract minerals from the Dead Sea, boosted by higher potash sales, cost cutting measures and lower financing expenses.
On the line with former Finance Minister and former Arad Mayor Avraham Shochat, who may have flip-flopped on the issue of phosphate mining after serving on the board of Israel Chemicals Ltd.
Company vows to fight Sheshinski recommendations, which call for windfall profits tax.
Sapiens plans $80 million stock offering; Kamada contract with Baxalta to ensure $50m in extra revenues; Tel Aviv shares power higher.
The lesson of Israel Chemicals is that when it comes to Israel’s natural resources, privatization may not be the best policy.
Agency blames lower oil prices and strike at Israel Chemicals.
ICL, which has exclusive permits to extract minerals from the Dead Sea, says it earned $75 million in the second quarter, compared with $68 million a year earlier.
Perion shares rally on earnings surprise and TASE launches program for small-cap stocks
Central bank to hold monetary briefings; Treasury takes steps to help pension savers; biomed stocks lead losses in heavy trading.
ICL has exclusive permits to extract minerals from the Dead Sea.
ICL hopes completing its acquisition of the Canadian company will expedite development of Ethiopian muriate mine.
Chairman of Dead Sea Works workers committee appears to have missed weekend anti-PM protest in exchange for promises for gov't help in settling layoffs dispute at plant.
World's largest fertilizer producer has expressed interest before but was rebuffed by Israeli government in 2013.
IDE Technologies could fetch up to $1 billion as well as give the company access to Arab markets.
Committee advances move that could raise taxation on mining companies from 23% to 55%; Israel Chemicals, which extracts minerals from the Dead Sea, would be largest company hit.
Delek nearer sale of Phoenix Insurance; ICL to merge HQ offices, cut costs and jobs; stronger dollar doesn't mean stronger profits; DSP signals good results, forecast; and Teva lifts the TA-25.
Sheshinski committee recommends progressive tax on profits, but ICL rails at 'highest tax burden' on planet.
The maker of fertilizer and specialty chemicals filed with U.S. regulators on Friday to list on the NYSE starting September 24, under the symbol ICL.
Tie-up aims to prevent overcapacity in flame retardant market and reduce impact of Sheshinski royalty reforms
Decision could cost company 2.5 billion shekels in extra payments.
Committee says its recommended 42% tax rate would reverse an injustice, add 500 million shekels a year to state coffers.