Audit committee chairman Mordechai Keret rejected auditor's request to examine the purchase of Yes shares from Shaul Elovitch.
Mobileye and its founder Prof. Amnon Shashua say the Hebrew University cannot re-open existing agreements on royalties.
Steinmetz and Tal Silberstein are suspected of money laundering, bribery, and forgery.
67 homeowners living near the entrance to the city on Herzl Boulevard will receive NIS 3.5 million compensation.
Udi Neta, a former Tel Aviv city council member, is suspected of aiding Beny Steinmetz and Tal Silberstein in alleged money laundering regarding fictitious deals in Romania.
He will serve as senior counsel to the Israeli law firm's tax and corporate-securities groups.
Yisrael Zinger is accused of taking bribes, fraud and breach of trust.
According to an indictment filed by the US SEC, Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram disclosed information about the acquisition by Intel before it was announced.
Businessman Beny Steinmetz has been linked in the past to alleged bribery of public officials in Africa and Asia.
The bondholders are demanding that the Saidoff brothers restore what they say is the original version of their bid.
Billionaire Beny Steinmetz and acting Bezeq chairman David Granot are among five being questioned by Israel Police's Lahav 433 division.
Granot is one of five people detained for questioning this morning on suspicion of money laundering on a large scale.
The company unexpectedly suspended Cats last week, following what it called "speculations."
One of the suspects is a very prominent Israeli businessman.
Oozi Cats has stepped down until the matter is sorted out.
In a precedent pre-ruling, the Israel Tax Authority agreed to regard the acquisition as a sale of shares rather than assets.
The ruling states that foreigners involved in business or investment in the US through a partnership can sell shares of the partnership without paying US capital gains tax.
The prime minister's wife is suspected of four separate offenses costing the state hundreds of thousands of shekels, Channel 2 News reports.
The amendment to the Securities Law that will now go to the Knesset plenum provides both civil remedies and criminal sanctions.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he "does not comment on background noise, and is continuing to work on behalf of Israelis."
The company admits that its own investigation into the deal for the sale of submarines and ships to Israel was "limited in capacity."