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Moody's warns on slower growth

The ratings agency kept Israel's A1 rating and stable outlook but is concerned about economic developments.

Tel-O-Fun Tel-O-Fun offers free Tel Aviv bicycles on Yom Kippur

Subscribers with annual membership can use bicycles for free from 11 am Friday through 1 am Sunday.

shekel  picture: bloomberg Shekel gains ground at opening

FXCM Israel: The proximity to NIS 3.7/$ is slowing the depreciation of the shekel.

What is the connection between divorce and circumcision?

A divorce case currently being conducted in various courts raises questions about the authority of the Rabbinical Court to deal with subjects that are not bound by their very nature to the divorce suit. Does the Rabbinical Court have the authority to compel a Jewish citizen in Israel to circumcise his son against his will? How far will the Rabbinical Court expand its authority?

Germania to begin Tel Aviv flights

Germania will fly between Tel Aviv and Hamburg and Baden-Baden from March 2015.

Wix Wix to open Beersheva and Haifa development centers

The DIY website platform company already has 800 employees in Tel Aviv and worldwide.

Shuk Faisal 24% of Jewish consumers boycott Arab businesses

Geocartagraphia found the figure was down from 29% during the Gaza operation.

housing New home sales up despite Gaza operation

New apartment sales were up 2.6% in August to 1,498 housing units.

Dr. Norman Bailey Turkey flounders, Iran rides high, Egypt reforms

Significant transformations are taking place in three of the Middle East's foremost powers.

Yahoo! Yahoo! Japan deploys Mellanox solutions

Mellanox has helped Yahoo! Japan improve its database performance tenfold.

Avi Nissenkorn Histadrut strikes courts in solidarity with postal co

Israel Postal Company employees are also renewing sanctions this morning.

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Assuta Hospital Gov't plans taxing private hospitals

The tax is one of the recommendations of the Economic Arrangments bill.

Shlomo Lahat Former Tel Aviv Mayor Shlomo Lahat dies

Lahat was mayor for 19 years and coined the slogan, "the city that never stops."

Yiftah Ron-Tal picture: Eyal Yitzhar IEC chair warns Netanyahu on company's finances

Yiftah Ron Tal: Neglecting IEC's financial situation will lead to loss of control in a critical industry.

Intel Intel reaffirms faith in Israel

The Israeli government learned its lessons from losing the last Intel fab to Ireland, says Izhar Shay.

illegal gambling Int'l money laundering ring arrested

14 suspects were arrested and seven more detained in Israel, with related arrests in Europe and the US.

RAD to issue Jerusalem office high-rise tender

The 25-storey tower will occupy 52,000 sq.m.

Benjamin Netanyahu US critical of Netanyahu's UN speech

US State Department rejects Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu equating IS and Hamas.

Ori Yehudai Frutarom acquires Peru's Montana Food for $28m

Frutarom CEO: This strategic step that expands our activities in emerging markets.

pharmaceuticals Atox Bio awarded $24m to fight bio-threats

The US Biomedical Advanced R&D Authority will provide the funds.

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