The Moody's credit rating agency said that the 2017-2018 budget proposal would have a permanent negative effect on Israel's debt ratio.
Negev Ceramics dragged the company to a NIS 42 million loss in the second quarter.
Mylan, Perrigo and Teva began the week on the wrong foot.
Israel has taken a major step forward in allowing foreigners to do business in Israel.
It is hoped that downsizing, mainly from loss-making commercial units, will return the government-owned company to profitability.
The building, bought for $107.5 million in 2012, is being sold for $140.5 million.
DLA Piper Partner Prof. Patrick Van Eecke warns Israeli companies that online privacy violations could costs billions of dollars in fines.
Israeli company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries says it will appeal the decision.
Judge Nicholas Garaufis denied bail to the former Comverse CEO who pled guilty to securities fraud, 10 years after fleeing to Namibia.
SkyGiraffe provides developers with the full, secure access to the backend data on top of which they need to build applications.
A 6% rise to a record two million passengers is projected for August.
Partner, Barnea & Co. Law Offices
The NIS 30 million foreclosure is a penalty for the dismantling of Golan Telecom's network without permission.
Incensed at railway works that desecrated the Sabbath, the leaders of the haredi parties are demanding an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Transport & infrastructure
A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Ramat Gan, Givatayim, Herzliya, Ness Ziona and Jerusalem.
A century after leaving the Arab Middle East, the Turks have invaded Syria. Norman Bailey discusses what Erdogan wants to achieve.
David Hankin, who heads the Mann foundations, talks to "Globes" about what they can do that established medical device companies can't or won't.
The Israeli telecom company is looking for the right business model for these services.
The plan also includes a 5% across-the-board cut in salary costs for all Israel Aerospace Industries employees.
Aerospace & defense
The startup transforms one family's waste into enough gas to cook three meals.
NIS 1.41 billion is being allocated by the Construction and Housing Ministry for new homes in the Arab sector.