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.