Joseph Moinian

US real estate firm Moinian mulls $500m TASE offering

The company has held a series of meetings to select a local underwriter for a debt issue in Tel Aviv.

Moti Ben-Moshe and Eduardo Elsztain IDB share plunge unsettles bondholders

The bondholders have joined forces under "The Organization for Defense of the Public's Savings" and are considering legal action.

Harel Locker Gov't approves limits to cash transactions

The move is aimed at combatting black capital and money laundering

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.

Hadera power station "Israel can't have power industry competition"

British industry expert John Astrop says trying to create competition will do more harm than good.

Gil Shwed  picture: Yonatan Bloom Check Point beats on revenue and earnings

CEO Gil Shwed: We continued to deliver double-digit growth in our combined products and software blades revenues.

Eyal Waldman Mellanox reports strong third quarter

Revenue was$120.7 million, up 16% on the corresponding quarter.

Palziv Emilia Holdings mulls selling Palziv stake

Palziv, controlled by Kibbutz Ein Hanatziv, makes a range of polyethylene foam products.

Yair Lapid  picture: Uria Tadmor We're not doing our job, Lapid tells Finance Ministry

Yair Lapid: Do you want your epitaph to be ''Here lies Moshe, who kept the budget balanced"?

Olympic Games Israel's ISDS to manage security at Rio Olympics

ISDS will be able to draw on a $2.2 billion budget.

Elbit Systems Skylens Meir Shamir invests in Elbit wearable computing unit

Shamir, Ami Lustig and Roy Ben-Yami have bought preference shares in Everysight to the tune of $5 million.

Tirer Aharon Zelig

Founding Manager, A. Tirer Law Office and Notary.

Thu: Israel Chemicals falls back

The market rose today, led by Teva, but Israel Chemicals gave up some of its recent gains.

shekel  picture: bloomberg Shekel-dollar rate keeps rising

FXCM: The weakening of the shekel against the US dollar this week is down to the dollar's strength on world markets.

Alcobra admits trial result "not statistically significant"

The company's share price is falling steeply in New York

Yossi Langotsky  picture: Eyal Yitzhar Langotsky drops claim against Ratio over Leviathan discovery

Yossi Langotsky, who now admits he has no case against Ratio, is exposed to NIS 3 million costs.

Teva Merrill Lynch raises Teva price target

"We believe the size/duration of the Copaxone franchise remains under-appreciated."

Solar field  picture: photo to go Israeli gov't finally raises PV solar power quotas

The decision is a shot in the arm for the Israeli solar industry, which has been frozen for two years.

Shlomo Dovrat  picture: Eyal Yitzhar Carmel Ventures raises $194m Fund IV

Asian investors Baidu, Ping-An and Qihoo360 and others have joined the new fund.

math, maths, science, school Tech cos band together to boost Israeli school math

Ten companies have joined the "5times2" project to double the number of teenagers studying high-level mathematics .

Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu: Elections are the last thing we need

The prime minister called on coalition members to act together for the good of the country.

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