Perhaps best known for owning Chelsea FC, he had a modest start in business during Russia's perestroika era, went on to wield political power in the post-communist Yeltsin and Putin periods – and has gone on to amass wealth estimated at $13 billion
The NSO Group, founded by graduates of Israel’s prestigious military intelligence unit, sells surveillance tools to governments around the world – which occasionally use them for political persecution
There's more than one way to track and keep your cellphone Internet usage – and bills – under control.
Blogger for TheMarker Cafe describes his quest to read and post an entry, asking whether the obstacles stemmed from Wikipedia editors' political motivations.
Israel 2021 is convening for the second time. Mandate: To come up with radical ideas.
Last Thursday evening, round tables were set up throughout Israel, where disparate groups of people met, shared complaints and ideas - and discussed how to seize the day and make real change.
Avi Tiomkin, adviser to international hedge funds, has been highly accurate so far. Now he says: The market as we know it is over.
Why is the treasury sitting on its concentration report?
According to study, the contribution to the growth of the workforce by the conglomerates that possess high levels of economic control is lower than the contribution of other companies.
The voices rising in protest are myriad, yet all agree the time has come to change Israel's priorities.
Israel’s exclusive club of billionaires became a little less exclusive last year with the addition of five new members. Crisis who?
Israel's exclusive club of billionaires became a little less exclusive last year with the addition of five new members. Crisis who?
Our last article in the series looks at the heaviest expenditure in the budget, and debunks a persistent myth
Part five of our six-part series focuses on the dwindling resources for higher education
Deep in crisis, Israel struck a new course 25 years ago that culminated in OECD membership. Part four in a six-part series
What money can't buy: Third of a six-part series on the challenges facing the Israeli economy.
Second of a six-part series based on analyses by Dan Ben-David on the challenges facing the Israeli economy.
The State of the Nation report on Israeli society, economics and policy is in places an alarming read, and not just because of what it reveals about the extent of poverty, economic inequality and Israel's abysmal education system.
Local businessmen and citizens still believe that Sheikh Mohammed, the Emir of Dubai, will rescue them.
He had it all: money, prestige - but the scion of the banking family wanted more.
NIS 19 billion worth of corporate bonds are coming due in the next 13 months: A shortlist of the tycoons' state of debt.
Newspapers in the U.S. and elsewhere are now under siege as their bases of power - readers and advertisers - flee to the Internet. The managements have thus been forced to seek creative ways to deal with their losses
Lev Leviev lost $2.25 billion this year, but he isn't alone in watching a fortune evaporate as markets roil.
From Tuesday, the Israeli public has withdrawn NIS 4.9 billion from savings funds.
Google Trends presents a very different picture of the popularity of Israeli Web sites.