At the last minute, two committee members have joined the minority opposing recommendations that will hit Israel Chemicals.
Telefonica will invest up to $1 million in incubator projects, and provide professional support.
The shekel-dollar rate has been climbing despite the current weakness of the dollar on world markets.
The Partnership Ordinance currently in force was enacted during the British Mandate in 1930, and rests on a doctrine in English law from 1890. It should be understood that talk of a "new formulation" does not indicate anything new in the substance of the law. Instead, before us is a formulation that goes back to before the establishment of the State, and its 'renewal" is in containing changes that stem from the establishment of the State and its authorities, and the amendments that were added after the founding of the State.
A French company will market Brainsway's Deep TMS system.
Prices of some items have shot up by double-digit percentages.
The company's product for treating bone infections is due to start clinical trilas in 2015.
Diwip's buyer is Canadian company Imperus Technologies.
Mergers & acquisitions
Asus's PadFone X will shortly be launched in the US by AT&T.
BluePhoenix has been shifting its focus overseas and selling off its non-core business.
Mergers & acquisitions
Consultancy Entropy opposes Romano's proposed salary terms, which include payment even if his employment is terminated.
Adv., Meir Mizrahi & Co.
The Housing Ministry has released draft tender documents for its “target price plan.”
The defense company estimates that its finance expense will rise by $15-20 million.
Aerospace & defense
The price of oil is slumping, but taxes and the stronger dollar will offset the fall for Israeli drivers.
The Tamar partners have signed an MOU with Egypt's Dolphinus Holdings for supplying gas surplus to Israeli requirements.
From next summer, British Airways will add six weekly flights between London and Tel Aviv.
Radware's share has dropped 8.3% this year, but climbed 3.3% on Thursday and Friday.
Investors in the financing round included Chinese company Fosun Pharma.
The Bank of Israel is seen as likely to introduce non-conventional monetary tools to halt the deflationary trend.
In recent months, Israel Electric Corporation's directors have been adjusting financial targets to reality.