Patrick Drahi's French, English and Arabic network, which has been appealing mostly to Jews, is now aiming at a general audience.
Until now, the Supervisor of Banks allowed Bank Hapoalim to distribute only 15% of its annual net profit
Ministry of Communications director-general Avi Berger says Bezeq is delaying telephony market reform solely to preserve its profits.
The Partnership Ordinance currently in force was enacted during the British Mandate in 1930, and rests on a doctrine in English law from 1890. It should be understood that talk of a "new formulation" does not indicate anything new in the substance of the law. Instead, before us is a formulation that goes back to before the establishment of the State, and its 'renewal" is in containing changes that stem from the establishment of the State and its authorities, and the amendments that were added after the founding of the State.
Leumi and Hapoalim rose strongly but Israel Chemicals slipped as its employees strike continues.
Analysts Gregg Gilbert and Gregory Fraser see no logic in Teva buying Mylan.
Dentsu Aegis Network is estimated to be paying $60-90 million for its first Israeli acquisition.
Mergers & acquisitions
GamEffective's gamification platform supports sales, customer service, social collaboration, and employee training.
220 start-ups are competing for six places in the Kama-Tech accelerator.
The Herzliya municipality is collaborating with skyTran of California.
Transport & infrastructure
The cuts are part of Teva's attempts to maintain its global competitiveness.
The fund, led by managing partner Igor Ryabenkiy, has already invested in 13 Israeli high-tech companies.
Roman Abramovich invested $15 million in Israeli music sharing start-up Music Messenger.
Oil Refineries called Haifa Mayor Yahav's action "lacking authority, groundless, and legally invalid."
Quarterly revenue totaled $373 million, compared with the analysts' estimate of $370 million.
Fattal will open hotels in Herzliya and Tiberias and two in Tel Aviv over the next year.
CommerzVentures, the venture capital arm of Commerzbank, has joined the round.
"Defense News": Israel's prime minister told the Russian leader that Israel would not tolerate leakage of material from Iran to Lebanon.
Aerospace & defense
Expectations are growing on the capital market that the Bank of Israel will shortly cut its interest rate.
The technology company currently occupies a giant 75,000-sq.m. complex at the Ra'anana Junction.