Yaron Neudorfer  Photo: Ilya Melnikov Social Finance Israel raises NIS 20m for diabetes treatment

The National Insurance Institute pays investors if the treatment is successful.

Tel Aviv startup guide Photo: PR Tel Aviv startup scene guide to be published

A new venture focuses on Tel Aviv, Israel's technology capital, offering a Lonely Planet-style guide to Israeli high tech in English.

Tamar Gas royalty revenue down slightly in first half 2017

Gas production from the Tamar field rose 7% but the appreciation of the shekel meant revenue fell 0.3%, the Energy Ministry reports.

Economic growth Photo: ASAP Shutterstock Israeli economy grew at 2.7% in Q2

GDP grew at a sluggish 2.1% in the first half of 2017, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports, down from 4.7% in the corresponding period of 2016.

Fresh produce Photo: Tamar Matsafi CPI unexpectedly fell in July, home prices rising

Israel's Consumer Price Index fell by 0.1% in July as inflation moves deeper into negative territory.

Eli Cohen Photo: Dudi Vakhnin Economy minister: Lenovo owner plans investment in Israel

"Both acquisitions of Israeli companies and a development or production center are under consideration."

Prof. Michel Strawczynski Michel Strawczynski to head BoI Research Dept

Prof. Strawczynski will replace Prof. Nathan Sussman, who will step down after six years in the position.

supermarket shelves 33% of food stores violate price controls

Violations of Israeli government food price controls more than doubled in the first half of 2017.

Avi Tiomkin  photo: Einat Levron Teva's collapse could happen to Israeli economy

Israel is putting too many eggs in the startup basket, warns Avi Tiomkin.

ClickTale Photo: PR Israeli high-tech cos offer hundreds of job

In big data, cybersecurity, software IT, Internet of Things, AI and machine learning, auto-tech and much more, Israeli startups are hunting hard to hire qualified personnel.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Time to be curious

Nirit Cohen laments that in today's busy society few people have the chance to slow down and be curious.

Rappel, Stukenbrock, Vartapetov: Shlomi Yosef S&P: Israel still lacks 150,000-200,000 homes

"Israeli industry is powerful, and can manage with the strong shekel."

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