Haifa-based Sabra Intelligence Solutions uses the talents of ex-spies to extricate them
Israel, the U.S. and Britain have already been hit, and the health industry is woefully unprepared
The more competitive and sophisticated the market is, the more businesses will identify and exploit people’s biological and psychological frailties
Iconic U.S. brand never took off in Israel, with its six stores set to close in coming months.
The hot new technology of face recognition can help nab criminals, suppress government opponents or harass people on social media.
Ilan Goldfajn set to accept position amid scandal of President Dilma Rousseff's suspension and impending impeachment trial.
The young economists behind the Jerusalem lira believe their virtual currency can reduce users’ expenses while increasing personal income and social cohesion.
Antiquities thefts, black-market oil sales and bank robberies made Islamic State wealthy, but its fortunes are changing.
At Jerusalem's prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, students have to spend thousands of shekels annually just to keep up.
If women have made their presence felt in more traditional areas of the economy, they’re conspicuously absent from leadership positions in high-tech, where Israel of course is at the cutting edge of innovation.
Still, in a report by the European Social Survey, Israelis are feeling better than the average European.
Islamic republic is storing millions of barrels of Brent crude on supertankers in the Persian Gulf, maritime tracking firm claims.
Gambling, blows, Channel 10 and high notes: Meet the prime minister's new billionaire friend.
Calls for sanctions were resisted by German Jews and many in pre-state Israel. Newly uncovered documents reveal the passions and arguments surrounding the controversy.
Arye Kohavi's Water-Gen has developed technology to meet a basic and universal need: Making water available everywhere at a reasonable price.
Oded Lifschitz, the highest-ranking Israeli in the global Hilton chain, says the surveys are useless, and he isn't afraid of the Internet, either.
Eretz Israel Museum says it’s proud of ties with family of former Comverse CEO Kobi Alexander.
But most stocks in the blue-chip index gain in unusually high turnover
Prediction comes as finance minister tries to gather support for austerity budget that also aims to lure ultra-Orthodox Jews into the workplace.
Tel Aviv's boost is attributed to improvements in categories such as human capital. institutional character and political accountability.
Israel has a wealth of millionaires - but it also continues to be one of the countries with the largest income inequalities- ranking fifth in the world.
Israel is the most impoverished of the 34 member countries, with a poverty rate of 20.9%, according to a report released by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Moshe Arens: Generous assistance reflects common strategic interests and values, rather than lobbying pressure.
In Forbes magazine's annual survey, the Ofer family tops the list of wealthiest Israelis; Mexico's Carlos Slim Helu, with assets of about $73 billion, is the world's richest man for the fourth year in a row.
President Barack Obama's choice of treasury secretary, Jack Lew, is an Orthodox Jew from a humble New York background with an - almost - unblemished track record.
In advance of the vote at the UN, Israeli officials discussed offsetting debts owed to Israeli institutions from the funds that Israel collects on the PA's behalf.
Nobel Prize winners fear the severe financial crisis in Europe will bring significant budget cuts to Horizon 2020, the seven-year research framework program of the European Union.