An audit of Bezeq two years ago revealed that the company was impeding landline telephony reform.
Under a settlement with the Antitrust Authority, food company Tnuva admits manipulating retail prices.
The ministerial legislative committee will consider this and a proposal to return Jewish settlers to areas evacuated in 2005.
A recent study by the US National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) mapped the use of tax shelters by residents of various countries.
The Tax Authority's disputed assessment for Coca Cola amounts to hundreds of millions of shekels.
The bill outlawing binary options trading by Israeli companies will have its second and third readings next week.
Israel Police arrested twelve people this morning in connection with alleged fraud in the supply of services to IDF bases.
Foreign countries are voluntarily reporting unusually large purchases in their territory by Israelis.
The FBI recently managed to arrest the CEO of an Israeli based binary options company.
The Jewish National Fund, which lost $20 million to fraudsters, is demanding that the patriarchate, which was also cheated, return $13 million it never received.