Kahlon, Netanyahu  photo: Flash 90

Netanyahu, Kahlon reach coalition-saving deal on broadcasting

A separate news and current affairs company will be set up within the Israel Broadcasting Corporation, and will hire personnel from the old Israel Broadcasting Authority.

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Ayalon Highway covering simulation, photo: PR Tel Aviv skyline undergoing dramatic transformation

Dozens of office and residential towers are under construction and in the planning stage.

Ori Yogev Gov't to promote rooftop solar panels on its buildings

The campaign's goal is a 20% saving in electricity consumption by government companies.

Aqwise Photo: PR AqWise biologically purifies sewage and effluents

AqWise is an Israeli cleantech company that purifies sewage produced by Coca Cola, Unilever, and Nestle.

Palmachim beach Photo: Eyal Yizhar New bill seeks to protect Israel's marine ecology

Adam Teva V'Din calls the proposed sea authority the most significant and comprehensive environmental legislation since the 2010 Clean Air Law.

Ohad Zuckerman, Eyal Cohen  PR "We want to do good things, not just make money"

Copia Agricultural Technologies Venture Capital seeks to commercialize Israel's outstanding agricultural research, and solve some pressing global problems.

Zvi Marom  photo: Eyal Izhar "Then I got this crazy idea: Hire Bibi"

BATM's Zvi Marom reminisces about when the prime minister worked for him, and offers tips for his current job.

Real estate fair Photo: Einat Levron Foreign homeowners cash in on strong shekel

The falling exchange rate is boosting Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon's efforts to keep foreign property investors away from Israel.

Mall beneath the garden Photo: Eyal Yizhar The new invisible mall in the heart of Tel Aviv

TLV fashion mall on the site of the former Tel Aviv wholesale market is concealed beneath a roof garden.

Hayarkon 96  photo: Eyal Izhar "Billionaires want billionaire neighbors"

A NIS 150 million Tel Aviv penthouse with a sea view in a Bauhaus building with NIS 5-10 million apartments has remained unsold for five years.

SAIC Photo: PR All roads lead to Israel for smart car development

Intel, Samsung, General Motors and Alibaba are just some of the global corporations investing in Israeli auto-tech.

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