The amendment to the Government Companies law makes it easier for ex-politicians to become directors in government companies.
Sisense founder Adi Azaria offers some tips for budding entrepreneurs.
Only when the Israeli airport's monopoly is broken will the public pay less, says economist Gilad Alper.
The building from the British Mandate is the only one left on Jerusalem Boulevard in which the original use has been preserved.
Legal clinics can help integrate more women, Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews into Israeli high-tech, write Adv. Assaf Ben-David and Eilon Morag.
BeaconCure CEO: When the algorithm is finished, customers can decide whether we are offering them real value.
According to the plan, Begin Road will turn from a noisy, polluted highway into a tree-lined street.
Netanyahu's sell out of US Jewry is not what it seems.
IBI, Leader and Excellence are voted the best brokers in Israel.
The Samsara suitcase project achieved its target on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website in just four hours.
70% of employees are women says the Nisha placement company. Salaries are generous but not as high as in IT.
Banks are making absurd demands of new immigrants and freezing banks accounts of those unable to comply.
The ISA needs to prove its case and make an example of Bezeq on insider transactions.
Israeli firms at the Viva Technology Show displayed software taking over what we assumed were exclusively human preserves.
Israeli defense industry sources say that terrorism in Europe is creating opportunities for deals.
Aerospace & defense
Cathay exec Paul Loo says he's not in the low-cost game, and advises Israeli hotels not to offer Chinese tourists Chinese food.