As more countries reduce their dependence on Saudi crude oil, the kingdom is trying to transform its economy – and finds itself at the mercy of buyers
Haaretz-TheMarker foreign news editor and commentator
Luxembourg’s finance minister, Pierre Gramegna, sought on a recent visit to forge ties between Israel’s high-tech sector and his country’s financial service sector
In talks starting this week, Washington wants better access for its farm products – a sign of how much the global economy is undergoing risky changes
Justice Department's arguments suspiciously close to lobbying group's, WSJ reveals ■ Adelson claims opposition based on ethical considerations, not his corporation’s stand
Hebrew University's Naomi Feldman worked for the Trump administration and tells Haaretz she didn’t see a White House as chaotic as it’s made out to be
When Merkel finally does retire, she could be replaced by a younger version of herself – an inclusive conservative, moderate yet decisive, democratic and humanistic. But by 2021 Germany could be a very different place
Brett Kavanaugh's accuser received professional treatment from the committee’s investigator, which may reshape forever the way victims of sexual assault are treated – regardless of what happens to his nomination
Newly reimposed American sanctions on Tehran could have a major impact on Europe, particularly in light of the looming trade war with the U.S.
American higher education has been in a growing crisis, and Betsy DeVos, Trump's secretary of education, seems to be making it worse
One of the president’s goals is to ensure that the Chinese don’t overtake the U.S. lead in technology — and he may insist that Startup Nation do its part
After safely steering her country through the global economic crisis and capturing the hearts of East Germans, the refugee crisis may be her undoing
Our fertility rate is much higher than elsewhere in the developed world, and it’s rising
The Turkish lira is in free-fall and inflation is surging. Halting trade with Israel could expand Turkey’s trade deficit by nearly $2 billion, but it may still be politically worthwhile for the president
No matter what, Iran will be hit hard
Similar deal already in place in the United States, where the website deducts 28% from U.S. rental fees and pays it to the IRS unless renter opts out
Business in brief: Teva migraine drug clears another late-stage trial | Tel Aviv shares advance as global markets steady
Even if she can’t stand Trump, German leader should have made things work
Lancet editor-in-chief Richard Horton was branded an anti-Semite and anti-Israeli three years ago. Here's what he had to say after publishing an issue singing the praises of Israel's health system
What looks like chaos is actually part of a careful plan to destroy the existing order.
There are so many great things about the United States that one man cannot wipe out – right?
Why Christine Lagarde will remain IMF head, despite being found guilty of 'negligence.' | Opinion
Whatever the president-elect’s beliefs, he can hardly make a dent in long-term processes and the impact of the human race.
Insisting that Trump's campaign manager isn't an anti-Semite, Aaron Klein claims that women, gays and immigrants will benefit from a Donald Trump presidency.
Most investors believe things will happen that only benefit them – so they failed to take possibility of a Donald Trump victory seriously.
Visiting Israel for a joint convention with Haaretz this week, NYT International president and acting editor shared their views on the future of the press.
Yokohama Rubber buys Alliance Tire for $1.2 billion; Bank Leumi divesting remaining JEC stake; IDB Development finances still shaky despite cash infusions; Zim widens loss by four-fold amid slower world trade.
In recent decades, tens of millions of parents globally have opted for sex-selective abortions, or have killed or abandoned female newborns. Is the world finally beginning to face up to the consequences of 'gendercide?'
Sanford Weill, creator of the ‘financial supermarket,’ reflects on recent changes to the financial world.
Although Israel succeeded in reducing inequality in poverty and income over the two years through 2013, it still remains among the most unequal economies in the Western world, according to new OECD report.
Yet, rise in price of homes in Israel is third-steepest among 26 countries, magazine reports.