The Israeli social-gaming company’s portfolio of titles is led by the hugely popular Vikings: War of Clans
After a period of steady growth and a big increase in living standards, the economy has faltered. But political instability could hamper vital reforms.
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Downgrade to growth of just 2.4% is latest in surfeit of bearish news for the economy.
Hadera Paper swings to operating profit; Mega catches a break with rent cut; Offers value Clal at 50% above trading price; Tel Aviv stocks down as shekel drops.
International organization sees expansion by 3.4% in 2015, 3.5% in 2016.
Singer's lawyer says theft caused her millions of dollars in professional, personal damage.
CEO Jeff Clarke, who has been running the company since it emerged from bankruptcy, has been checking out Startup Nation in a hunt for microdigital printing and other new technologies he hopes will give Kodak a second life.
Two partners leaving Pitango; Jerusalem, Tel Aviv win innovation grants.
Global Finance magazine gives Bank of Israel head an 'A.'
But rising prices, a lack of job opportunities and gaps between the rich and poor remain concerns, new Pew Research Center poll says.
Dollar retains its position above 3.6 shekels for a third day.
Real wages rose 0.4% in the OECD on average last year, compared to a 0.2% decline in Israel.
But carrier blames Israeli bureaucracy and determination to protect El Al from competition for delay in entering local market.
Seeking diversity among senior ranks, Apple names Israeli Arab from Haifa one of its top 15 executives.
Social media are abuzz, and companies rush to deny Israeli links, but there are few signs shoppers are actually shunning Israeli goods on the store shelves.
Israeli city ranked most expensive city for expatriates in the Middle East, according to Mercer.
Out of 18 OECD member countries and economies, Israeli 15-year-olds outscored only Slovakia, Italy and Colombia
Israel ranked best of 40 countries for providing the best conditions for environmentally friendly innovation, according to Cleantech Group and the World Wildlife Fund.
OECD: Parental background affects kids' performance, but education equality can close gaps.
Israel has dropped two spots in the World Bank's Doing Business survey because it failed to make reforms, expert says.
Ray-Q, which helped develop Israel’s Iron Dome and Arrow military systems, will keep its operations in Israel as part of a deal expected to increase global sales.
But most stocks in the blue-chip index gain in unusually high turnover
Israel's low standing stems from a lack of tolerance and lack of faith in political and social institutions.
Marc Rich, the businessman who died yesterday, defied U.S. sanctions to continue dealing with Ayatollah Khomeini's Iran. Yet with those profits, he became one of Israel's most generous donors.
Heritage Foundation's annual economic freedom ranking gave Israel a grade of 66.9, which puts it in the 'moderately free' category.
City slips 13 places in 2012, according to a report by ECA International, while Tokyo remains the most expansive city in the world, for expatriates earning in dollars.
The incessant barrages of rockets don't seem to dismayed the faithful of Tel Aviv overmuch.
Global cost of living comparisons show that it’s more expensive to live in Tel Aviv, than New York.
Fans pay up to NIS 5,000 for VIP ticket and accommodation package to attend Tel Aviv show; Conan O'Brian arrives especially to cover event.