ThyssenKrupp Kiel  photo: Reuters

ThyssenKrupp: Israel spurned our help in graft probe

The company admits that its own investigation into the deal for the sale of submarines and ships to Israel was "limited in capacity."

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Azrieli Sarona Tower Photo: Viv Point Law, accounting firms move to Tel Aviv's new towers

Despite the proliferation of high-rise office projects in Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan, rents are rising to new records.

Dr. Norman Bailey US support lets Qatar off the hook

In a humiliating climb-down, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt's 13 "non-negotiable" demands have shrunk to five principles.

Nir Barkat photo: Lior Mizrachi Jerusalem to issue tenders for new business quarter

Mayor Nir Barkat tells "Globes" about the new center which will include nine 36-floor buildings and 15 ten-floor buildings.

Eli Tsipori Teva doesn't need a star - it needs a buyer

The time has come to jettison sentiment and recognize the reality of Teva's position. 

Meir Rotem and Arye Blumenthal photo: PR City Car targets ultra-Orthodox car sharing

The company has 350 vehicles and nearly 13,000 subscribers in Jerusalem, Beit Shemesh, Beitar Illit, Modi'in Illit, Elad, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva, Ashdod, and Bat Yam

Ori Reshef Photo: PR The power of the crowd for business success

Companies should pay more attention to what their customers are doing than to what they are saying, argues Clicktale's Ori Reshef

Quest Institute Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Bar Ilan applies contradictory quantum behavior

Quantum entanglement may not be understood, but that doesn't mean it can't be used, says the QUEST - Quantum Entanglement in Science and Technology - Center.

Elle-Q Photo: PR Israeli co develops robots to ease loneliness


Intuition Robotics' robot communicates with and encourages senior citizens.

Galei Techelet, Herzliya  photo: Alon Ron Herzliya Pituah house offered for NIS 100m

Dafna Harlev's home is on the most expensive street in Israel.

Shfar'am  photo: Paul Urleib Shfar'am to have Arab-Jewish industrial park

The project, an initiative of the Technion's Samuel Neaman Institute, has the enthusiastic backing of Shfar'am mayor Amin Anabtawi.

Israel's female VC partners Photo: Rami Zarenger Women increase visibility at Israeli VC funds

More Israeli women are becoming venture capital partners and some are setting up funds. "Lady Globes" investigates.

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