Controlling interest in company would go to Fosun group at 3.7 billion-shekel market valuation.
Group calls on Israel to continue its expansionary monetary policy but stresses the need to keep the real estate market from overheating.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ allies with the Startup Nation; automated pricing company Freightos raises cash.
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.
Staff shortages due to the security situation have led to reduced activities, including issuing of visas and services to U.S. citizens.
Ain’t too proud to beg? Whether tickets for the Rolling Stones’ Tel Aviv show are expensive depends on how you define 'expensive.’
Spotty access, missing access points and slow downloads take the shine off the glowing press releases, but Tel-Net is a step in the right direction.
Company with offices in Israel and Boston is IBM’s 13th acquisition in Israel and another notch in the belt of investor Shlomo Kramer, best known for co-founding Check Point Software Technologies.
Mario Blejer’s six months as head of Argentina’s central bank ended when he butted heads with politicians over policy.
Google reported to be set to acquire Israeli navigation startup Waze; The purchase, however, would likely require approvals by overseas regulators.
Israel also ranks poorly in teachers' salaries, students per classroom and inequalities in achievements between schools along socioeconomic lines, said the OECD.
Dov Seidman, founder and CEO of the consulting firm LRN, shares his secrets.