Estimates are that the amount of oil found will make Israel self sufficient for very many years to come.
Three suspects have been detained and 10 more are being questioned on suspected systematic fraud worth tens of millions of shekels.
Rain has combined with last month's dust to disrupt the country's electricity supply.
Families renting a larger home and renting out their smaller home should get a tax break.
The agreement, signed by the Finance and Construction Ministries, needs approval from the Negev capital’s city council.
Ministry of Finance budget director Amir Levy described Israel's Haredi and Arab population growth as a "national problem."
The Farmers Union will demonstrate outside the Knesset in Jerusalem next Monday.
Gerald Schwartz has bought the buildings, slated for preservation, at the corner of Rothschild Boulevard and Bezalel Yaffe St.
Tomatoes sold for NIS 12-12.50 a kilo on the wholesale market today, only 8% less than at the end of last week.
The contributor-driven soccer media platform will launch an American Sports brand, targeting the US consumer arena with offices in New York.
HearMeOut is a voice based social network which allows people to post and listen to audio clips on Facebook and Twitter.
CEO and Owner Elsmed Group
FXCM Israel: The weakening of the dollar is likely to continue and strengthen.
The fund will invest in startups in technology, media, telecommunications, healthcare and smart materials.
Ex Libris’ current owner, Golden Gate Capital, bought the software solution company for $250m in 2012.
Mergers & acquisitions
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv will host 600 young entrepreneurs for 4 days of networking and pitching in the Startup Nation.
Israel's Jordan Valley Semiconductors provides measuring solutions for controlling microelectronics production.
Mergers & acquisitions
Facebook's Tel Aviv development center and Israel's Amos satellite could bring the social network one billion African users.
"Bloomberg" reports that Kandel will head a foundation founded by billionaire Paul Singer to combat initiatives to boycott Israel.
Investors in the Beer Sheva based company include JVP, GE Ventures, Deutsche Telekom, OurCrowd and Portage Advisors.
Israel Chemicals led the market gains with Ormat Technologies, Bank Leumi and Bank Hapoalim also rising strongly.