Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu set out three conditions for lifting sanctions on Iran.
The union of Labor and Hatenuah is projected to receive 24 seats, and Likud only 21, in a Knesset Channel poll.
RWE's innovation manager is meeting with companies having investment potential.
The important decision by the High Court of Justice to integrate people with disabilities into the job market sets that the absence of positive preference in the work place and by the same measure not promoting an employee because he cannot fill a full time role due to his disabilities is discrimination.
UBS expects a better banking environment in Israel in 2015.
Ormat Technologies gave up some recent gains, Teva fell but Tower rose strongly.
The measure is aimed at encouraging new banks in Israel and competition in the sector.
Neurology, solar, health sciences, and physics laboratories have been established.
FXCM Israel: At the moment shekel-dollar trading is in one direction.
There were nine Israelis in "Forbes" 2015 list of the world's 500 wealthiest billionaires.
The average monthly salary has risen to NIS 10,438, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.
Adv., Meir Mizrahi & Co.
Intel chose Tower's CMOS image sensor platform for its unparalleled pixel performance at near infrared light.
The minimum wage at several banks will be raised immediately, instead of in four installments spread over 2015-2017.
Estimates are that the Hebrew University technology transfer company has annual revenue of $60 million.
After intervention by Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Silvan Shalom, the sides are starting negotiations.
Chemicals & plastics
The company's share price fell 70% after it failed to obtain German insurance indemnity for its diabetes treatment.
Pluristem's share price is up on "strong positive data" from a study of the use of PLX-R18 cells in bone marrow transplantation.
Holzman is alleged to have forged a "Globes" article to persuade investors to buy units in Givot Olam.
Dana Azrieli: We'll expand our commercial space by 50% within five years.
Abbott Informatics Solutions VP Dave Champagne praises Israel acquisition Starlims for pioneering medical IT in the cloud.