23 July 2014
80 flights to and from Israel canceled in 24 hours
7 foreign airlines, including British Airways, are still flying to Israel.
Tnuva tops Dun’s 100 food manufacturing rankings
Sodastream had the largest growth in sales. Frutarom had the highest profit margin.
State Comptroller to examine tunnel preparedness
Josef Shapira will examine efforts to find a technological solution to the tunnels problem.
Transport Ministry urges airlines to resume flights
Transport Ministry director general: As of noon, 65% of the traffic to Israel was on schedule.
El Al fares soar for stranded passengers
Last-minute tickets on the Israeli carrier cost hundreds of dollars more today.
Flight cancellations put Nasdaq IPOs in doubt
Mapi-Pharma, Silenseed, Macro Cure, VBL, ReWalk, and BioBlast are planning IPOs.
Michael Bloomberg flies to Israel
The former New York City Mayor is flying El Al to show solidarity, and protest suspension of US flights.
Check Point beats expectations in Q2
Chairman Gil Shwed: We had a fantastic second quarter.
NCR unit Retalix firing 100-150 in Ra'anana
The layoffs are reportedly due to the cancellation of the deal with Target.
Mobile ad platform co Supersonic raises $15m
SAIF Partners, one of China’s largest venture capital firms, led the financing.
Foreign carriers suspend Ben Gurion flights
Only El Al, Arkia and Israir are flying to and from Tel Aviv today.