Coalition chairman David Bitan rejected the Simhon Committee's NIS 3,200 recommendation.
Bardin and Bank of Israel Research Department head Nathan Sussman punctured Israeli self-satisfaction at an Israel Democracy Institute conference.
Prime Minister's Office: Israel is one of the few OECD countries that monitors implementation of government decisions.
70% of employees are women says the Nisha placement company. Salaries are generous but not as high as in IT.
The Bank of Israel Governor says that the 90% non high-tech employees have low wages and low productivity.
The Central Bureau of Statistics now says that the Israeli economy grew at just 1.2% in the first quarter of 2017.
Moshe Fadlon: Not a single housing unit should be built on the Apollonia site for 30 years.
The rate of inflation over the past twelve months was 0.8%. The rise in home prices moderated.
Total debt owed by Israeli households rose 1.3% in the first quarter, while credit for non-housing purposes rose even faster.
The fund, which has already invested in six startups, will invest in cyber security, auto technology, fintech, AI, cloud computing, and robotics.
Andrew Abir: The Bank of Israel has already purchased $5 billion since the beginning of the year.
The program is designed to promote equality in exploitation of social rights and economic opportunity.
The updated multi-year budget program being presented to the government today indicates that tax hikes or spending cuts, or both, will be necessary.
The Manufacturers Association president: We always said that this growth is not sustainable and even dangerous.
In an exclusive interview with "Globes" Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon says he is enjoying the job so much, he wants it for another term.
Instead of importing high-tech employees, we should develop human capital from marginalized groups in Israeli society, argues ITWorks CEO Ifat Baron.
UBS regional wealth management head Hendrik Geldenhuys says Israel is a great market for its wealthy clients.
Israel is one of the top five countries in the world in terms of high risk real estate prices, the OECD's Peter Jarrett tells "Globes."
52% said they used fewer plastic bags for environmental reasons, since the new "Bags Law" came into effect in January.
"Globes" investigates the secretive methods of the Israeli company that has become an international leader in business intelligence.