Benjamin Netanyahu  picture: Reuters

Israel and Cyprus agree gas field cooperation

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Nicos Anastasiades agreed to cooperate over the neighboring Yishai and Aphrodite gas fields.

Mekorot pipeline Photo: PR Mekorot lays pipeline connecting desalination plants

This complex and huge pipeline is part of a project to connect all Israel's desalination plants to the national water system.

888 888 mulls merger with UK's Rank - report

"The London Times" reports advanced merger talks between 888 and Rank, which would create a $2.6 billion gaming company.

Israeli law takes major step forward

Israel has taken a major step forward in allowing foreigners to do business in Israel.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Reuters Netanyahu: I'm not trying to control the media

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists he is opening the market to competition, not controlling it.

Lebanon gas exploration, photo: Reuters Delek bids for Cypriot exploration licenses

Delek's units Avner and Delek Drilling have bid as part of the Capricorn Oil consortium.

medical device illustration Medical Compression announces 30% layoffs

Despite talks with a strategic partner, MCS has halted all R&D efforts and initiated a second round of layoffs since 2015.

Eggs with forged markings Photo: Egg Board Israeli inspectors seize eggs smuggled from West Bank

So far this year, Agriculture Ministry inspectors have thwarted smuggling of one million eggs from the West Bank to Israel.

Moshe Kahlon Photo: Yonatan Bloom Kahlon plans levy on owners of 3 or more homes

The measure is part of the Minister of Finance's efforts to cool off the housing market.

Ofer Bengal Photo: Tamar Matsafi Israeli cloud service co Redis Labs raises $14m

The company had 350% year over year revenue growth for its Redis Labs Enterprise Cluster downloadable software.

Eyal Desheh Teva raises 1b Swiss francs in debt

The Israeli pharmaceutical company has raised $20.4 billion in debt financing over the past week for the imminent $40 billion acquisition of Actavis.

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Tel Aviv jam Israel's roads most heavily congested in OECD

The OECD states that Israel's green tax on cars in fact subsidizes new car purchases and contributes to traffic congestion.

Israel's exports Photo: Bloomberg Israeli exports continued to fall in May

The Central Bureau of Statistics reported that exports of services fell 5.2% in May

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of the latest real estate deals in Israel including in Jerusalem, Efrat, Modi'in, Ramat Gan, Givatayim, and Beersheva.

Playtika Chinese consortium in talks to buy Playtika - report

The Chinese join the competition for the Israeli social games company , after a Korean gaming firm bid $4.3 billion, "Reuters" reports.

Internet  picture: Shutterstock Bezeq to upgrade bandwidth to 200-300Mb by 2017

The Israeli telecommunications provider is also laying fiber optic lines with an unlimited speed potential.

Jerusalem hills Jerusalem: construction beyond green line continues

Despite international condemnation, Jerusalem's District Planning and Building Committee has submitted a plan for 770 homes near Gilo.

drug development Israeli drug developer Entera Bio raises $7.5m

The company is developing an orally administered drug for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension.

EastMakers Photo: PR Israel-China cooperation helps Israeli startups enter China

Three IoT startups will receive an investment and production services in China.

Sami Sagol (Photo: Tamar Matsafi) Sagol family to pay NIS 1.7b tax on Keter sale

The Sagol family will be liable for capital gains tax on the huge sale of Keter Plastic to BG Partners.

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