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Shekel starts week stronger

FXCM: The foreign exchange market is not coming into line with the Bank of Israel.

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Cyber security Photo: Shutterstock Israeli cyber firms show their wares in Paris

At an event backed by the France-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Israeli cyber-security pioneers met CISOs from major French corporations.

Real estate fair Photo: Einat Levron Foreign homeowners cash in on strong shekel

The falling exchange rate is boosting Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon's efforts to keep foreign property investors away from Israel.

Moshe Asher Photo: Eyal Yizhar Technology helps Tax Authority catch offenders

Vast amounts of data from abroad and Israel can be cross referenced by computer to find tax evaders, tax chief Moshe Asher says.

Dr. Norman Bailey Gulf states weigh Israel options

Fear of Iran and mistrust of President Trump have been pushing the Gulf states closer to Israel.

Mall beneath the garden Photo: Eyal Yizhar The new invisible mall in the heart of Tel Aviv

TLV fashion mall on the site of the former Tel Aviv wholesale market is concealed beneath a roof garden.

Amiram Barkat Conflict with Lebanon on gas looking likely

The recent escalation in tensions over offshore gas tenders was probably a deliberate step by Hezbollah.

Hayarkon 96  photo: Eyal Izhar "Billionaires want billionaire neighbors"

A NIS 150 million Tel Aviv penthouse with a sea view in a Bauhaus building with NIS 5-10 million apartments has remained unsold for five years.

Binary options Photo: Shutterstock Binary options staff fired as company exits Israel

Two traders earning NIS 45,000 and NIS 63,000 per month were dismissed without severance pay when G.M. Media Software left for Georgia.

Dubi Ben-Gedalyahu Did Intel get a bargain?

Intel's acquisition of Mobileye was one fairly small move in the great global auto-tech game.

SAIC Photo: PR All roads lead to Israel for smart car development

Intel, Samsung, General Motors and Alibaba are just some of the global corporations investing in Israeli auto-tech.

Izhar Shay   picture: Tamar Miztpi Exits have built Israel's high-tech ecosystem

The sale of Mobileye to Intel will create an entire industry and benefit the entire country. The decision to sell was correct.

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