Despite talks with a strategic partner, MCS has halted all R&D efforts and initiated a second round of layoffs since 2015.
The Central Bureau of Statistics reported that exports of services fell 5.2% in May
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists he is opening the market to competition, not controlling it.
The company is developing an orally administered drug for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension.
The OECD states that Israel's green tax on cars in fact subsidizes new car purchases and contributes to traffic congestion.
The Israeli telecommunications provider is also laying fiber optic lines with an unlimited speed potential.
The measure is part of the Minister of Finance's efforts to cool off the housing market.
So far this year, Agriculture Ministry inspectors have thwarted smuggling of one million eggs from the West Bank to Israel.
Three IoT startups will receive an investment and production services in China.
The Chinese join the competition for the Israeli social games company , after a Korean gaming firm bid $4.3 billion, "Reuters" reports.
Despite international condemnation, Jerusalem's District Planning and Building Committee has submitted a plan for 770 homes near Gilo.
The company had 350% year over year revenue growth for its Redis Labs Enterprise Cluster downloadable software.
Delek's units Avner and Delek Drilling have bid as part of the Capricorn Oil consortium.
The two programs are promoting cooperation between Israeli and Palestinian researchers on water and medical research.
The Israeli pharmaceutical company has raised $20.4 billion in debt financing over the past week for the imminent $40 billion acquisition of Actavis.
The Sagol family will be liable for capital gains tax on the huge sale of Keter Plastic to BG Partners.
Cellcom alleges that the agreement violates its previously signed agreement to acquire Golan Telecom.
There are allegation that ISSTA unit Academy Travel is operating a cartel in the organization of youth delegations to Poland.
Airbus Defense and Space will operate IAI's Heron 1 for gathering intelligence in Mali.
Hoodies CEO Yossi Gabison: The value of the prospective deal is NIS 430 million.
FXCM Israel: The dollar index is at a 4-month high but the shekel-dollar rate has been stable since mid-May.
The Israeli big data connectivity company saw revenue rise 9% in the second quarter of 2016.
The Israeli pharmaceutical company also raised $15 billion earlier this week as it is set to complete the $40 billion Actavis acquisition.
The bank expects to make a 100% profit on the sale and lease back its Ramat Gan head office for 10 years.
BC Partners will acquire Sami Sagol's Keter Plastic at a company value of $1.7 billion.
Founded jointly by El Al and JetBlue, the accelerator for aviation and tourism startups will begin operating in October.
The incubator will be based on ideas originating at universities, and government research institutes in the region.
The companies will be competing against Eni, BP, Shell and Total for Blocks 6, 8 and 10.
Designed, the Israeli company combines augmented reality navigation with innovative signaling technology to help people find their everyday items.
396 housing units are being assigned in four lotteries in Rishon Lezion's Harakefot neighborhood.
The investment firm owns a 15% stake in the Israeli fanless computer development company CompuLab.
Two former Ormat employees claim that the company defrauded the authorities in the US.
The Israel national water company has built the €10 million plant to purify wastewater in the city of Roman.
The real estate group now owns 74% of the Petah Tikva high-tech park.
Capriza CEO: Our mission is to give every worker mobile access to their office systems, applications and data.
FXCM Israel: Unless there are any significant triggers, the shekel-dollar exchange rate is likely to continue to tread water.
The Israeli defense electronics company will supply advanced thermal-imaging observation systems to a country in Europe.
The purchase tax on motorcycles with engines up to 125cc will be cut by up to 40% to encourage use in congested cities.
FIMI will pay NIS 300 for the company, which produces raw materials for the food industry.
Housing Ministry: The government will build 200,000 housing units for haredim in 20 years.
The bank has filled its quota, and is no longer accepting applications from employees.
Advanced talks are underway for the acquisition of the Ashkelon power station sale for NIS 200 million.
Despite plans to provide generous salary boosts, the Ministry of Health is concerned about the response of senior doctors.
Skycure CEO: Mobile is the biggest challenge to enterprise security today.
Analyst Tavy Rosner: If the number of players declines from five to four, ARPU will recover in 2017.
According to the Bank of Israel periodic fiscal survey, cognitive skills are particularly low for construction, food and accommodation service workers.
Israeli startup Vensica is developing a needle-free, painless procedure for the delivery of Botox to treat overactive bladder.
The results enable the company to continue clinical trials for its NurOwn treatment.
The company has developed internal data center security and breach detection solutions.
CFO Eyal Desheh: Further offerings in Europe are planned.
Lebanon plans issuing an exploration permit for bloc 9, even though it disputes 850 square kilometers of it with Israel.
A new joint service will enable shared taxi ordering to and from railway stations.
There are now three lanes in each direction on Road 1 between Sha'ar Hagai and Shoresh.
The Nazareth-based startup was founded by Prof. Abd Higazi and his wife Dr. Nuha Higazi.
Israel's government concedes that the new US aid package will cancel the 26% manufactured in Israel allowance, reports "US Defense News."
Psagot rates high flying Israeli food flavorings company Frutarom "Hold" with a price target below market.
NNG has bought control of Arilou Technologies for an unknown price.
Amir Hessel, Harel deputy CEO and head of Investments Division is expected to found a private investments fund.
The LeumiTech Business Center will open in the last quarter of 2016 and concentrate the bank's business with the high-tech industry in central Israel.
Goldman Sachs went as far as to downgrade the company to "Neutral", citing doubts about its ability to meet its multi-year guidance.
Delek Group is negotiating a $612 million deal with UK company EnQuest on rights in the Kraken field.