Her paycheck will be equal to Chris Evans, who plays Captain America, and Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, both in their own standalone movies and in the Avengers series
After plunging 80% on Nasdaq, SodaStream has started trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, but that won’t be enough as sales of its soda machines sag.
From Jon Stewart and Gaza to Rabbi Freundel's hidden video cameras – there was never a dull moment.
Staff are being required to toil 12-hour shifts, which the company says is entirely aboveboard.
The smartphone application will inform users of a company's links to Israel, using a database of products.
In his speech to AIPAC, it was as if Netanyahu were saying to Obama: Attack me before I arrive and I’ll get you back double.
Jewish actress is expecting her first child with fiance, French journalist Romain Dauriac.
Actress doesn't directly address SodaStream-Oxfam row, but says she 'did not want to step into those shoes.'
Seinfeld always had a way of bringing non-political Jewish culture to the masses. As Diaspora Jews feel the wake of Israeli isolationism, we could all do with a little 'serenity now!’
Scarlett Johansson scored big by shrugging off BDS, while Roger Waters is at the bottom of the table; here’s how other stars rank.
Canadian Employment Minister Jason Kenney buys a new unit and tweets: 'Bought a nice @SodaStream unit at the @HudsonBayCo. Thanks to @Oxfam for the tip. #Buycott #BDSfail #GoScarJo.'
Stock drops to lowest price since November 2012, Bloomberg reports, continuing decline from last month.
The great Scarlett Johansson debate shows that Oxfam has become a fully-fledged political campaign group – with all the associated contradictions and obfuscations.
Sexy stars notwithstanding, only Western governments can prevent Israel’s isolation and only a peace process will spur them to do so.
The Israel Project praises actress for 'standing up for Israel, for peace, and for the truth.'
The spot that generated buzz and fierce debate finally airs, minus one line.
CEO Daniel Birnbaum says company will now be developing much smaller facility at Negev site than planned, employing 1,500 fewer employees.
Oxfam denies charges, says it is opposed to trade with Israeli settlements in the West Bank, not Israel in general.
Overnight, the actress has become the Marie Antoinette of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, smiling regally and offering: 'Let them sip soda.'
It's time to stop faulting Israel for all our problems, Palestinian worker says.
'Scarlett, you are undeniably cute, but if you think Soda Stream is building bridges towards peace you are also undeniably not paying attention,' writes musician.
If the BDS movement is to achieve anything, it must be clear on what its goals are - or it might end up undermining itself.
Movie star severs ties with aid group due to her involvement with Israeli firm SodaStream; Oxfam accepts her decision, calling her role with SodaStream 'incompatible' with her role at the aid organization.
With SodaStream the latest focus for the accelerating BDS campaign, what’s the evidence that this kind of pressure against states, companies and academia really works?
A visit to the West Bank's Mishor Adumim industrial zone, which was thrust into the limelight this week due to its best-known factory, SodaStream, and actress Scarlett Johansson.
From British royalty to Jewish migrants across the Atlantic, carbonated water had various public faces before there was an actress called Scarlett Johansson.
Court rules French boycott group cease and desist from campaigns against the Israeli company, which operates factory in West Bank.
'What’s the problem to have a factory in the Palestinian state-to-be? We don’t give a hoot where the factory is going to be,' says SodaStream CEO.
SodaStream’s Super Bowl ad spot is in no danger of being taken prisoner by a clique of Israel critics; most Americans couldn't care less about the geopolitical implications of a carbonated beverage.
The ScarJo-SodaStream affair has made it a good time to discuss a second name for carbonated drinks.