The Government Companies Authority believes it can raise NIS 20 billion in three years from privatizations.
After the fiasco of the failed IPO in August, the drug development company scaled down the offering.
The Tel Aviv 25Index closed flat today, with Israel Chemicals the only stock in the top five to rise.
Building violations are not a new phenomenon and today they are occurring on a broad scale throughout the country.
The planned 2,500 homes in Givat Hamatos have become the focus of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Washington.
UTrade: The shekel appreciation is short term, in the long term it will weaken against the dollar.
The former Histadrut chairman will advise the bank on its streamlining plan and wage agreement.
Zacks cites the company for its technology, products, and meeting its targets.
The long school day has been postponed for five years.
StoreDot has developed a battery charger that can recharge a smartphone in 30 seconds.
The Jerusalem District Court ruled the state was not violating the franchise agreement.
Chemicals & plastics
Adv., Meir Mizrahi & Co.
2014 is shaping up to be a record year for capital raising says Hapoalim high tech head Yossi Vinitski.
70% of the purchasers were local investment institutions.
Airports Authority workers committee chairman threatens sanctions if royalty payments are imposed in the 2015 budget.
Part of the Israel National Road Safety Authority's budget is being transferred to the police for cameras.
Transport & infrastructure
The company seeks to save lives and reduce costs by combatting prescription errors.
The Belinkov Report says Mekorot is inefficient, wasteful, and causes high water rates for consumers.
However, apartment prices were stable compared with the preceding quarter, the Housing Ministry reports.
Israel Corp. has invested $600 million to date in the Chinese car joint venture.
The ratings agency kept Israel's A1 rating and stable outlook but is concerned about economic developments.