Bottle maker Phoenicia is in danger of closing amid a campaign pressuring wineries to stop using its products
His eco-friendly home drew thousands every year, but then he decided it was high time to live like ordinary Israelis
Huge signs with offensive slogans were posted recently in Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv area. A Haaretz investigation revealed a number of players involved in the campaigns
Netanyahu scored a coup winning U.S. recognition of Israeli sovereignty, but the region’s residents say they’ve been neglected for the last 50 years
Three decades after the mass immigration from the former Soviet Union, many of the younger generation are still unable to integrate into Israeli society and some are even trying their luck back in Moscow
After the U.S. slapped sanctions on Putin pal Viktor Vekselberg, his interests in Israel, among them firms involving the likes of Benny Gantz and Ehud Barak, are on shaky ground
Evidence is accumulating that ultra-Orthodox Jews, East Jerusalem Arabs, religious Zionists and secular people can team up to cut the city's 46 percent poverty rate
Zeev Rubinstein, vice president of Israel Bonds, is suspected of helping the Netanyahus receive favorable coverage in return for paybacks from the Communications Ministry for his former boss, Shaul Elovitch
Under the radar, the Kohelet Policy Forum, officially a nongovernmental organization, has become one of the strongest and most influential bodies in Israeli politics
A Palestinian Woman's Fight to Bring Electricity Into Gaza Defies Israeli Moves Against Border Crossings
Gazans and rights groups wonder how long Israel will let goods flow at the reopened Kerem Shalom crossing, charge that Israeli moves are meant to punish the Hamas-ruled enclave
Societal discrimination and their own conservatism cause high poverty rates, few job opportunities, while army service hinders economic progress
Lawsuit alleges the organization was on verge of losing its hospital and derived benefits worth 1.25 billion shekels from firm
Israeli tour guides have recently received offers from an agency that organizes trips to include a lecture for their tourists on geopolitics by prime minister's son
Russian Direct Investment Fund would invest $80 million in project to build facilities across Russia
Energy Minister Steinitz, who rejected the plan, is said to have told the entrepreneur behind the venture that Abbas was against it
Police: ‘Picture arises of S&B systematically bribing gov’t officials with tens of millions of dollars for years’
Hotels, restaurants, building firms will be hard-pressed to replace them
Trumps efforts to make American arms makers great again, as well as powerful unions have helped undo one of the countrys biggest firms
A 2016 court ruling in favor of the Netanyahus' ex-housekeeper has improved the treatment of workers who claim abuse. Nevertheless, 'the whole thing is still in its infancy,' a lawyer says
Zeev Epshtein made his fortune in Russia after the USSR fell, but a few years ago he shifted to ideological investments in the West Bank
Israeli Lobbyists Working for Congo in D.C. Hire GOP Insiders, Including Bob Dole and Trump Campaign Liaisons
C. Mer Industries, which trades on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, will be getting $5.6 million from the Congolese government for the effort
Some of those being investigated about Israel's purchase of subs from Germany have also been asked about a huge 2012 transaction involving jets in exchange for Israeli-made materiel
Shaul Elovitch started with a store on a Tel Aviv side street, but a suspected conflict of interest might bring his empire down
Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, is a prolific fundraiser among American Christians. But his need for recognition has led to clashes with the groups who receive the funds
Intel's recent purchase of Mobileye almost doubled the worth of car importer Dr. Shmuel Harlap – and the billionaire wasn't exactly short of a shekel before the record sale.
Israel is about to mandate biometric identity cards and passports, further chipping away at personal privacy.
The Israeli-born billionaire has been close to politicians in Israel for years, but he doesn’t throw presents around – except of course the cigars and champagne demanded by the prime minister.
Justice Ministry panel allocates tens of millions annually willed money to the state, but TheMarker finds the funds go disproportionately to religious purposes and settlers.
Sources describe the prime minister's eldest son as a volatile man who has an increasingly strong influence on his father's opinions, pushing him further to the right. 'Sara talks about him as though he’s the next prime minister.'
The United States needs huge reforms to battle corruption, but the president-elect doesn’t have any plans on the issue, Israeli experts say.