Eyal Herzog, considered one of Israel's leaders in internet tech, says 'the only thing that surprised me [with Bitcoin] is that it didn't happen sooner'
The cashiers at Mega supermarket very nearly ripped me off, but this nudnik would not be deterred
In remarks to TheMarker, former TASE CEO Yossi Beinart accuses Amnon Neubach of 'improper corporate governance.'
Investment manager Zvi Stepak has four decades of experience, enough to take in stride the bizarre market developments of recent months.
Stock markets at home and abroad performed poorly and there were no alternative opportunities in bonds, forex or commodities. Next year looks more of the same.
The Bank of Israel won’t follow the Fed’s rate hike, but the bond market could be affected.
With bond yields tiny, global stock markets climbing and the Israeli economy solid, why wouldn’t shares shine?
Many of Israel’s 1 million immigrants from the former Soviet Union have business interests in Russia and are likely feeling the impact.
The Ticker Business in Brief / Cellular Firms Expected to Be Dropped From the Benchmark Tel Aviv-25 Index
'Going concern warning' still attached to IDB Development's results; Hamashbir reports NIS15m quarterly loss as it gets out of the supermarket business; TASE nearly unchanged overall, but Oil and Gas index continues to lose ground.
Key bonds fell sharply on Sunday, but it is not yet clear that investors are repricing risk.
Business in Brief: Perion plans layoffs; Medivie soars on China distribution pact; Intec shares rally; Shares keep heads above water
In a wide-ranging interview with TheMarker, he talks about relations with co-investor Eduardo Elsztain, reveals his management style and hints at plans for the financially troubled conglomerate. Second of two parts
In an interview with TheMarker, the new co-owner of Israel's largest conglomerate explains why he’s risking hundreds of millions of shekels on the debt-ridden enterprise.
Lapid plan to bar tax recognition of excessive salaries wins praise from experts.
Argentinean investor Eduardo Elsztain and Moti Ben-Moshe, his Israeli partner in IDB, just can’t get on with each other, but the bondholders look safe.
CIFC's market value sits at $160 million, while its equity is $270 million.
The partners at the IDB group are intent on changing the management style - they’ll cut down on all those lawyers, media advisers and PR people.
Dankner tried to malign his rivals vying for control of IDB, but they stood firm and returned fire.
Eduardo Elsztain and Motti Ben-Moshe have the support of IDB Holding’s creditors mainly because they aren’t Nochi Dankner.
The TA-25 index has finally broken its previous peak, but there could still be good reason to keep climbing.
Rabbi Avraham Wolff is helping Alexander Granovsky and Israeli tycoon Nochi Dankner take control of Israel's IDB Holding Corporation.
IDB bondholder representatives say Argentinian businessman Eduardo Elsztain may reconsider his proposal for the company following fateful court ruling last week.
In an interview with TheMarker, Sam Bronfeld explains why he’s stepping down and warns of the dangers of over-regulation.
Ilan Ben-Dov owes the bank NIS 62 million; court order covers money in seven different bank branches, Kfar Shmaryahu properties, and shares of Ben-Dov Holdings.
Why not let the bondholders trade the debt for equity and let the banks remain as creditors?
‘You played excellently,’ I told Federer. ‘Thank you,’ he replied. My first visit to the Forbidden City of top players.
Leumi will get even less from beleaguered billionaire Nochi Dankner than before. But it will have more options.
Conditional agreement reached for more funding from Elsztain.
The watchdog should inquire into Hapoalim's lending practices to 'tycoons'.
Nochi Dankner has a large home in a swanky neighborhood, a killer car and a private jet – and he’s insolvent.