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Mortgage taking stays strong in April despite holidays

Senior banking source: Playing with demand only creates a frenzy, which pushes up home prices. The solution is supply.

Sun: TASE rises despite Teva and Perrigo declines

Teva and Perrigo fell amid takeover bids but Delek and Israel Chemicals lifted the market.

gasoline pumps Gasoline prices set to rise NIS 0.10 Thursday night

A liter of 95-octane gasoline at self-service pumps in Israel is likely to rise to NIS 6.62 in May.

Opportunity for new start with Israel Tax Authority

The "voluntary disclosure" procedure offers a chance to settle past tax debts without fear of criminal proceedings.

Nepal earthquake photo: Reuters IDF sends aid to Nepal

An advance IDF team has set out to assess the scope and type of aid required in the Nepal earthquake disaster. 

Tips for the young engineer

To mark World Intellectual Property Day, Heidi Brun has advice for engineers, gleaned from years of work as a patent attorney.

Erez Vigodman Teva offers to buy Mylan at 20% premium for $41b

Teva CEO Erez Vigodman: Mylan’s business is a natural fit with our own.

Shlomo Kramer BlackBerry acquires WatchDox for $100m

The Canadian mobile phone manufacturer will set up an Israel R&D center based on the acquisition of WatchDox.

Israel flag Israel's population rises to 8.345 million

Since last Independence Day, Israel's population has grown by 2%, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Boaz Chechik  picture: Eyal Yitzhar State mulls indicting 7 in ICC-Cal credit card affair

Suspects including former CEO Boaz Chechik are suspected of bribery, fraud, and money laundering.

Western Wall prayers  photo: Reuters Israel among world's least religious countries

In a WIN/Gallup International survey, 65% of Israelis say they are not religious. Worldwide, 63% say they are religious.

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Shimon Peres photo: Mark Neiman Peres to advise Teva

Former president of Israel Shimon Peres will provide consulting services to Teva for $10,000 monthly.

Karnit Flug Foreign banks see Bank of Israel rate cut

Merrill Lynch sees the Bank of Israel cutting the interest rate to zero in tomorrow's announcement for May.

Joseph Papa Perrigo falls after rejecting improved Mylan offer

Both Perrigo and Teva are down on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange following the Independence Day break.

Dead Sea Works picture: Tamar Matzapi Israel Chemicals signs 1.1m ton Chinese potash deals

Despite the ongoing two-month strike, Israel Chemicals has agreed to supply Chinese customers with the potash in 2015.

Eli Gelman Amdocs in talks to buy Comverse billing division

Comverse, formerly one of Israel’s flagship high-tech companies in the process of divesting its assets, is asking $400 million.

Shiri Habib-Valdhorn Teva takes big risk in bidding for Mylan

The market received Teva's offer positively but many obstacles must be overcome.

Ashkelon 9,500 new homes approved for Ashkelon

The planned neighborhood in the north of the city includes a new railway station.

Eyal Waldman Mellanox revenue and profit jump

Mellanox CEO: We are the only company shipping full end-to-end 100 Gigabit solutions.

UP El Al plane makes emergency landing at Ben Gurion

The low-cost UP flight was headed for Prague, but returned to Tel Aviv when tire damage was discovered after takeoff.

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