Amendments to legislation aimed to publicize millions in tax revenue collected from natural gas companies may in fact delay the process, some lobby groups claim
Nevertheless, Credit Suisse finds wealth has doubled in 19 years, estimates Israel has about 131,000 millionaires
The carbonated-drink maker, bought by PepsiCo for $3.2 billion, made its name by competing hard with Coke and Pepsi - so hard that its ads faced censorship and backlash, time and again
Letter from European Broadcasting Union warns that splitting Israeli TV would put 2019 show, scheduled for Jerusalem, in question
Global media tried over the weekend to figure out who is NSO of Herzliya, the company that forced Apple to make a frantic security update.
Israel places above the U.S. but below Scandinavian nations, Canada, Australia.
Move comes two weeks after German automaker admits to cheating on U.S. emissions tests.
Professor Oren Ben-Dor, outspoken critic of Israel, says criticism over Southampton University conference comes from fear of real dialogue.
But Credit Suisse report warns that growing global wealth inequality poses recession risk.
Israel ranks 21st out of 131 countries in self-reported income.
Deal for aerospace connectivity maker closed seven years after purchase of Iscar.
Three of Israel's universities made Time Higher Education's top 200 list last year. This year it only two made it, and just barely.
Over 25 billion messages are sent daily on the popular application, but advertisers are having trouble cutting off a slice of the action.
Jews make up only 2 percent of the U.S. population, so why are their votes considered so important?