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'We don’t have those kind of all-powerful producers here who can make or break your career,' said one director, referring to Harvey Weinstein. 'But you don’t need to have that much power in order to assault'
Avi Gabbay’s straying toward the soft right is an obvious move. In recent decades, being on the left in Israel does not bring power
Increasing the range for Palestinian fishermen from six to nine nautical miles for the second consecutive year for the season, Israel hopes to repeat profits increase for Gaza
With discount competitors such as Ryanair and Wizz Air likely to open base of operations in Israel in the future, local airlines may face the same fate as that of Italy's Alitilia that recently went bankrupt
Delek Group faces a government deadline to divest its 31.25% stake in Tamar by 2020 as part of regulation in place to dismantle Israel's gas cartel
Labor party members, like their colleagues in the left-wing camp, deserve a leader who will show loyalty to their basic values, not Likud's
Today, the Arab refugees number six million. Would all of them actually want to return to Israel if given the chance?
Many U.S. companies are ordering workers back to the office, but the advantages of remote work are powerful, as the Israeli tech industry testifies