‘The world’s best brains have come together to beat this thing’: Interview with Prof. Dina Ben-Yehuda, head of the hematology department at Hadassah Medical Center
Meteorological service’s climatology chief says climate change could make Eilat as hot as Abu Dhabi
Media consultant Yossi Levy talks about his former boss, the premier, who he says has no serious long-term vision for Israel
From a Religious Settlement to Tel Aviv's SlutWalk, Organizer Sees Progress in Israel's Feminist Struggle
'Women are not fair game just because they’re women,' says Bracha Bard, who has made her mission to fight gender-based violence
Amalia Rosenblum, family mediator and couples therapist, explains why it’s important to talk openly about money – both before and after the wedding. She also has some ideas for questions that are important to ask your partner
Lawyer Rotem Aloni-Davidov represents the victims of sexual abuse, and frequently cautions her clients that pursuing financial compensation is often a better course of action than criminal proceedings
Fired by an ad agency, Oren Frank found himself setting up a psychotherapy service via instant messaging: 'It turns out people feel much more comfortable talking to machines than to people'
Who shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17? Does Donald Trump wear a wig? Israeli entrepreneur Saar Wilf says his company Rootclaim knows the answers to these and many more questions – with a probability of close to 100%
Tal Silberstein, a former consultant to the Austrian chancellor, also arrested alongside acting chair of Israeli telecom titan and others ■ Steinmetz: Soros funding 'political war' against me
Amir Grinstein, a marketing and public policy expert, says steer clear of the Palestinian issue and focus on tech
Meet the Israeli spreading the gospel of polyamory
What do dying people regret? And what do they want to know?
Ruthie Russo, a food writer and the face of Israeli cuisine overseas, has some strikingly down-to-earth things to say about people's likes and dislikes.
Attorney Asher Miller, of Cycurity Vision, says that the West is trying to expand norms of proper business behavior, which are finally reaching Israel’s shores.
Sociologist Maha Karkabi-Sabbah has discovered in her own life and in her research that despite some positive signs, the bridging of the gender gap in Israeli Arab society is still a distant dream.
Two cheers for the rule of law that can send a powerful tycoon to jail, but corruption is still widespread in Israel. It reaches the very top of business and government.
Pini Rubin, the 67-year-old co-chief of Gornitzky and Co., tells TheMarker about the loopholes that are closing, even if the magnates still have an easier time with the tax man.
Israeli researcher of French immigrants says he discovered a wave of immigration unlike any other - meet the Boeing aliyah: Jews who moved to Israel but work in France.
Two founders of KamaTech, which helps the ultra-Orthodox find work in high tech, give TheMarker an unequivocal yes. Tech companies just have to get over their prejudices, they say.
Advocacy group Yedid is striving to increase the pay of lower-income groups, but deputy director Ron Melamed says not everyone in the government shares that concern.
An anthropologist who’s been on five Shoah tours explains why he believes they’re failing the students and benefiting the IDF.
Yael Patir, Israel director of J Street, sat down with Haaretz to talk about Trump, the gap between U.S. and Israeli Jews, and the growing anger at the Israeli peace camp. Though she concedes boycott efforts by some on the left have a negative effect, she rejects calls to keep peace efforts local.
Jobless masses who once worked in developing countries' textile industries, unmitigated waste and severe damage to the environment are among the destruction wreaked by the global fashion industry. A conversation with fashion reporter-turned-sustainability vigilante Michal Arbel-Levy.
Avi Hasson has spent his entire life in high-tech. Now, as chief scientist in the Economy Ministry, he wants to apply what he learned in the field to the rest of the economy.
Socks, combat gear and mezuzot are just some of the items for which unsupervised fundraisers raise money efforts which the IDF spokesman calls a 'moral failure.'
Michael Ben Sheetrit had a hardscrabble childhood. He eventually realized that you can’t rely on the government or social justice, but must seize the day by pursuing education.
Liran Avisar Ben Horin is head of Masa, an organization that encourages Diaspora Jews to participate in long-term programs in Israel.
IAF pilots are some of the best in the world – and it’s the air force’s unique training program that got them there. Now a former helicopter pilot is bringing the same system to the civilian world, but will it fly?
Why do individual units come begging to company executives and overseas Jewish communities?
Former prime minister was acquitted in the case, while his bureau chief, who refused to testify against her ex-boss, was convicted for fraud.