Car deliveries in Israel in January are expected to total 32,000, up from 27,000 in January 2014.
The latest "Globes" Rafi Smith poll finds that the election race is still wide open.
The jobless rate fell from 6.2% in 2013, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.
The fund set up by Pinhas Buchris and Yuval Baharav has already invested $4 million in three companies.
Schneider Electric: Israel is fruitful soil for innovative and ground-breaking companies, including in energy management.
Noble Energy does not accept separate marketing, and Delek is unwilling to sell its rights in Karish and Tanin as well as Tamar.
The price of a stamp for an ordinary letter will rise from NIS 1.53 to NIS 1.86.
Yehoshua TBWA has produced an ad for Fattal chain's luxury Herods hotels.
J&J will help get regulatory approval for InsuPad, which reduces injected insulin uptake speed in diabetics by nearly 50%,
The company is increasing its quarterly repurchase of outstanding shares by 25% up to $250 million.
The price of a liter of 95-octane will fall 3% or NIS 0.19 on February 1.
The shekel is again strengthening against the dollar and euro in inter-bank trading today.
The Infiniband developer reported higher revenue and a 50% rise profit in 2014.
IDF Spokesman Brig. Gen. Moti Almoz has urged Israelis in the north to continue with their regular lives.
The confidential US report has resulted in a cut of 10% instead of 15% in electricity rates.
The World Bank rated Israel 121 in building permits and 135 in registering land rights.
Workers' committee: The company is taking revenge for the Sheshinski Committee recommendations.
A social worker from Holon is suspected of keeping $1 million in unreported overseas accounts.
Mako reports that Refaeli is marrying the 40-year old chairman of food importers Neto.
KKR led the investment with Amadeus Capital Partners and Viola Credit.
Tens of thousands of subscribers have switched from the veteran operators.
BCMS's Israeli representatives: We'll expose small and medium Israeli companies to hundreds of foreign investors.
Revenue was up 5% from the corresponding quarter and non-GAAP net profit rose 14%.
Tencent and Renren are leading the investment in Moshe Hogeg’s second investment fund.
Two Israeli army patrol vehicles have been hit by anti-tank missiles. Two soldiers were killed and 7 injured.
The report found that only 4 out of 500 start-ups were able to grow into successful companies, without being acquired.
FXCM Israel: It is likely that the shekel-dollar fall will accelerate towards NIS 3.93/$.
Oved Yehezkel served as cabinet secretary in 2007-2009, in Ehud Olmert's government.
The English-born journalist has died in Jerusalem, aged 67, after a difficult illness.
Supervisor of the Capital Markets, Insurance, and Savings Dorit Salinger is fiercely opposed to the appointment of her predecessor.
Sanara Ventures in Ra'anana will invest in medical devices and fields that complement drug development.
A survey by Israeli company One Hour Translations was conducted in eight key world markets.
Copaxone's patent remains in force at least until the Federal Circuit Appeals Court reconsiders the case.
The Hebrew University tech transfer company will collaborate on a novel delivery system.
Apply will distribute the official branded smartphone keyboard for the soccer club.
The Antitrust Authority has barred Isrotel from extending its management contract.
The buyer is believed to be Chinese private equity firm Fosun Capital.
Nexium Delayed-Release Capsules had sales of $6 billion in the US last year.
The Bank of Israel is holding its interest rate at 0.25% for February.
Cellebrite led the investment in the company which has developed a 24/7 servicing, repair and purchasing system for smartphones.
After just four months the Israel Tax Authority program has received 620 applications, 70% of them anonymous.
Kimberly-Clark, which already owns 50.1% of Hogla-Kimberly, will pay NIS 650 million for the remaining stake.
The Bank of Israel's Monetary Committee kept the interest rate at 0.25% and warned that the mortgage market is heating up.
Israeli-made wine sales reached $220 million last year, of which $40 million was in exports.
Berenberg analysts see insurance companies pressuring MS patients to switch to generic versions of Copaxone.
NIS 3 billion have been raised so far this month, in a continuation of the trend of 2014.
Energy experts say the linkage mechanism set by the Electricity Authority causes damage in the billions of shekels to consumers.
Yossi Frank: Unless the dollar continues strengthening globally, we are unlikely to see a significant breakthrough above this level.
Israel Police have detained a senior manager of an advertising agency and two senior civil servants for questioning.
Acquisitions by Amazon, Microsoft, Dropbox and others have enriched many Israeli entrepreneurs in the first few weeks of this year.
Noble Energy is refusing to compromise on its Tamar and Leviathan gas holdings but Delek is more flexible.
Market sources believe a compromise formula has been found for the Tamar and Leviathan antitrust issues.
BrainsGate is developing a stroke treatment using a device to reinforce blood flow to the brain through electrical stimulation.
The one-day nationwide warning strike on Monday is over alleged unilateral actions by management.
The chain will sell the "survivors" edition from its website rather than Ramat Gan store because of threatened demonstrations.
Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky: Unless Israel prepares appropriately, French Jews will go elsewhere.
The Israeli partners in the fiber-optics venture oppose the replacement of Ze'ev Goldberg with Doron Cohen.
According to Bloomberg, Pfizer made the approach late last year, but was rebuffed.
The Yokne'am-based company, Amazon's first Israeli acquisition, is building an innovative semiconductor platform.
Analysts do not expect the plan to be effective in lifting the European economy without structural reforms.
Alex Wiznitzer, head of the Tel Aviv light rail project, is a suspect in the Interior Ministry of the Interior corruption scandal.
Software management technology company Red Bend is based in Hod Hasharon.
Speaking in Davos, the Egyptian president said that peace would increase stability and suppress terrorism.
The company is an online provider of working capital financing to small businesses.
The agricultural insecticide company raised NIS 690 million in bonds.
Enlivex Therapeutics is developing Apocell for treating graft-versus-host disease in bone marrow transplants.
Vaultive's platform enables customers to ensure that only authorized users can gain access to cloud data.
The average household will save NIS 550 per year as a result of the price reduction.
The minimum monthly salary will rise on April 1 to NIS 4,650 and finally to NIS 5,000 in January 2017.