Israel Chemicals workers  photo: Histadrut

PM resists pressure to intervene on Israel Chemicals

Netanyahu will not take any action perceived as favoring Israel Corporation, regardless of the political price.

Karnit Flug Bank of Israel bought $1b foreign currency in February

Israel's foreign currency reserves rose to $85.3 billion at the end of February.

HoneyBook Event planning platform co HoneyBook raises $22m

The Series B funding round led by Norwest Venture Partners will accelerate US expansion to every major city within 12 months.

What does Alexander the Great have in common with the Partnership Ordinance

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.

Spacecom to raise $50m debt

Spacecom is due to launch the Amos 6 satellite in 2016.

Mobileye founder Amnon Shashua Mobileye moves closer to automated driving

The driver assistance systems company has unveiled its EyeQ4 fourth generation system-on-chip.

Ilan Tzahi Hot loses TV subscribers, gains on mobile

The telecom company swung from loss to profit in 2014 on lower revenue.

housing Tax issues delay target price housing plan

Implementation of the government's promise of cheaper apartments for young couples in Israel is being delayed again.

Israel Chemicals Israel Chemicals talks break down

Workers committee chairman: The talks failed the moment the management insisted on group layoffs.

Funds picture: thinkstock Treasury approves NIS 24b budget overrun

Half of the sum was for the railway electrification and Tel Aviv light railway projects.

Leonardo London Heathrow Airport Fattal set to open UK's first Leonardo Hotel

The former Holiday Inn at London's Heathrow Airport will open on March 16.

Bramly Amir

Chairman & CEO, Rubicon Business Group Ltd.

Dr. Norman Bailey Antitrust commissioner spoiling the picture

David Gilo's zig-zag on Noble Energy and Delek'sgas holdings is an economic and political wrecking move.

real estate  construction  picture: Tamar Mizpi First target price housing tender issued

A standard 100-sq.m. apartment in Rosh Ha'ayin will cost NIS 940,000.

Netafim Netafim signs $500m bank financing deal

Bank Hapoalim will lead the lending syndicate for the Israeli drip irrigation company.

building workers BoI: Employment of Palestinians in Israel doubles

The number of jobs in Israel's construction industry filled by Palestinians has doubled in the past two years, the Bank of Israel reports.

Tamar gas drilling Gov't officials to learn about Dutch natural gas market

Israel Antitrust Authority head David Gilo will be among officials visiting Holland next week to learn about their gas sector structure.

Meir Zohar Nielsen buys Israeli big data co eXelate for $200m

eXelate has developed a platform that allows data search and analysis for digital ad companies.

Qoros Sedan Qoros changes marketing strategy

Idan Ofer's joint car venture plans exports "to Central Europe and the Middle East."

Tel Aviv's Dolphinarium Josef Buchmann sells TA Dolphinarium site

Buchmann acquired the site in the 1980s for $5 million and is selling for $50 million.

Opel Astra stationwagon Weak euro cuts car prices in Israel

The Opel Astra model price has been cut by NIS 8,000 to NIS 123,990.

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