Teva Kfar Saba

Teva offers early retirement to 200 Kfar Saba plant employees

The cuts are part of Teva's attempts to maintain its global competitiveness.

Sun: Teva slump drags down TASE

Teva fell sharply after the FDA approved a generic version of Copaxone, while Perrigo corrected downwards.

Gal Haber Plus500 - Israel's most profitable Internet company

The online contracts for difference (CFD) company, which deals in capital market assets, has outperformed forecasts.

0% VAT - 100% ego

Israel's citizens are again waking up to a new reality.

Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent deals in the residential real estate market.

Haifa Bay  picture: Eyal Yitzhar Haifa municipality blockades polluting plants

Haifa mayor Yona Yahav: We are taking matters into our own hands and not waiting for the government.

Nissim Chitrit Russia: opportunity and risk

Bank Hapoalim foreign trade desk director Nissim Chitrit talks about the possibilities and pitfalls of exporting to Russia.

Erez Vigodman Teva mulling bid for Mylan – Bloomberg

According to Bloomberg, "Teva is evaluating the purchase internally and has also approached advisers."

Gaza tunnels IDF deploys tunnel detectors on Gaza border

The detectors developed by Elbit Systems can cost up to $2 million per kilometer.

cyber security Gulf state reps eye Israeli cyber technology

The representatives held meetings with an Israeli company at Interpol World 2015 in Singapore.

TravelersBox picture: Eyal Yitzhar Converting foreign coins into digital currency

TravelersBox helps returning vacationers get value for their leftover foreign currency.

Mizrahi Meir

Adv., Meir Mizrahi & Co.

Read More >>
BusinessWire
Oren Katz "At least 15 billionaires live in Neve Tzedek"

Roman Abramovich won't be the only tycoon in Tel Aviv's Neve Tzedek neighborhood, according to realtor Oren Katz.

Vladimir Putin Putin warns Israel against selling arms to Ukraine

The Russian president warned against a possible Israeli response to the Russian sale of the S-300 air defense system to Iran.

Maya Yaniv Cellcom workers agree voluntary retirement terms

200 employees retired in last year's cuts, and it is estimated that the number of retirees this year will be even greater.

gas rig Israel Opportunity, Steinmetz, raise Pelagic holdings

Israel Opportunity CEO Eyal Shuker: There is an opportunity to expand assets at low cost.

Dr. Norman Bailey Putin throws a spanner in the works

Russian president Vladimir Putin's arms and oil deals expose the hollowness of Western policy on Iran.

Tel Aviv light rail work Light rail construction to disrupt TA traffic till 2021

Construction of five underground stations in Tel Aviv is due tocommence later this year.

Jerusalem hills Environmentalists oppose new city near Jerusalem

Bat Harim between Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh will include Tzur Hadassah and Mevo Beitar.

new apartments New home sales remain at record levels

Monthly new housing unit sales have been over 2,000 since November 2014.

Eyal Waldman Intel results boost Mellanox

Intel's new communications platform is generating demand for Mellanox's products.

Twitter Facebook Linkedin RSS Newsletters גלובס ועידת שוק ההון