"Globes" has learned about Teva's streamlining plan, which includes 250 layoffs in the Migada Kiryat Shmona plant, which will be closed.
It's good that the US has adopted Jerusalem, because Israel has abandoned it.
The paradox of Israel's apparently booming economy combined with poverty stems from the mechanism of so-called growth.
Shifting the US embassy to Jerusalem should be quick, easy and cheap.
The airline responds to Avishai Ovadia's portrayal of it as a company adrift.
The Israeli video platform company is not in a rush to hold an IPO, but is sure that one will happen at the right time.
The Israeli company's product is being tested by three major auto industry companies.
The supposed benefits do not stand up to close inspection.
Former Teva chairman Meir Heth believes the company's top executives are responsible for the current situation.
With the help of local VC firms and global tech companies, we bring you this year's crop of companies most likely to make a disruptive difference.
Israel's auto-tech industry is buzzing as Mobileye is installed in Chinese buses, startups close large financing rounds and carmakers open offices in Israel.
"Lady Globes" presents the outstanding Israeli women entrepreneurs of 2017.