Yitzhak Tshuva

Delek Group signs MOU for sale of Phoenix

The buyer is believed to be Chinese private equity firm Fosun Capital.

Eilat Princess Hotel  picture: Yossi Zeliger Tamares bids to manage Eilat's Princess hotel

The Israel Antitrust Authority has barred Isrotel from extending its management contract.

drilling platform  picture: photo to go "Lower gas prices by easing regulation"

Fewer not more controls are the key to obtaining low gas prices in Israel.

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Israel's citizens are again waking up to a new reality.

Karnit Flug  picture: Mark Neiman Bank of Israel keeps Feb interest rate unchanged

The Bank of Israel's Monetary Committee kept the interest rate at 0.25% and warned that the mortgage market is heating up.

Israeli wine Israeli wine exports rose 10% in 2014

Israeli-made wine sales reached $220 million last year, of which $40 million was in exports.

Smartphone servicing co Cellomat raises $2.25m

Cellebrite led the investment in the company which has developed a 24/7 servicing, repair and purchasing system for smartphones.

Avi Temkin Bank of Israel crosses fingers for Draghi

If it succeeds, the ECB president's quantitative easing could save the Bank of Israel's blushes as it runs out of monetary tools.

gas rig  picture: thinkstock "Israeli gas price divorced from economic reality"

Energy experts say the linkage mechanism set by the Electricity Authority causes damage in the billions of shekels to consumers.

Leviathan Israeli gov't officials mull gas fields compromise

Noble Energy is refusing to compromise on its Tamar and Leviathan gas holdings but Delek is more flexible.

Teva Report of Pfizer acquisition approach boosts Teva

According to Bloomberg, Pfizer made the approach late last year, but was rebuffed.

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Hogla Kimberly Kimberly-Clark buys Hogla diapers from Hadera Paper

Kimberly-Clark, which already owns 50.1% of Hogla-Kimberly, will pay NIS 650 million for the remaining stake.

Shosh Shaham Voluntary disclosure nets NIS 2.5b unreported capital

After just four months the Israel Tax Authority program has received 620 applications, 70% of them anonymous.

Teva Teva gets first "Sell" recommendation

Berenberg analysts see insurance companies pressuring MS patients to switch to generic versions of Copaxone.

kids on smartphones and tablets 83% of Israeli children own smartphones

A Sarid Institute survey reveals the mobile phone habits of the younger generation.

Israel Railways  picture: Ben Yuster Israel Railways chooses bond underwriters

Israel Railways intends to raise NIS 1 billion in each of the years 2015 and 2016.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange  picture: Tamar Matzapi Tel Aviv primary bond market remains lively

NIS 3 billion have been raised so far this month, in a continuation of the trend of 2014.

illegal gambling Yisrael Beitenu corruption probe widens

Israel Police have detained a senior manager of an advertising agency and two senior civil servants for questioning.

Avigdor Willenz 2015 Israeli high-tech exits reach $862m

Acquisitions by Amazon, Microsoft, Dropbox and others have enriched many Israeli entrepreneurs in the first few weeks of this year.

Natan Sharansky Jewish Agency plans absorbing 120,000 French Jews

Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky: Unless Israel prepares appropriately, French Jews will go elsewhere.

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