BiondVax is exploring two options - either a conventional offering or listing American Depositary Receipts.
50% of customers have abandoned fiber-optics venture Unlimited and returned to Bezeq and Hot.
Market sources estimate that Israel Military Industries is worth NIS 2.5 billion.
Paul Taylor, author of "The Next America," will discuss US generational changes at the Globes 2014 Israel Business Conference.
A group of investors plans converting Burger Ranch outlets into Burger King branches.
Publisher Amos Schocken has offered employees voluntary early retirement.
The proceeds from the offering will be used to repay short-term loans.
Discount Investment and IDB Development are sharply down in an otherwise stable market.
Chen Lichtenstein said the company was not prepared to lower the price of its US share offering.
Food company Osem's third quarter sales turnover totaled NIS 1.128 billion, up 4.2%.
Fitch has cut its outlook for Israel's foreign currency debt rating from Positive to Stable.
Demand from US institutions has been low at the offering price that Adama seeks.
Jerusalem Hotel Association director: Occupancy rates have plummeted by almost 50%.
The vehicle collision avoidance technology developer saw revenue skyrocket 70% in the third quarter.
The "Emerging Markets and the EBRD Region" session at the 2014 Globes Israel Business Conference will discuss growth in China, India and Brazil.
Noble Energy Israel manager Binyamin Zomer said Leviathan production had already been delayed from 2016 to 2018.
The company will use the offering to help finance the $4.5 billion acquisition of Omega Pharma.
Israel Airport Authority workers are protesting the Ministry of Finance's decision to charge royalties.
Blackhawk Partners has signed an MOU to invest in energy exploration and development at Ofek, Yahel and Bar-Or.
Singapore's Temasek, India's Tata and SanDisk have invested in the technology transfer company's Momentum Fund.
Third quarter profit in 2014 was NIS 234 million, down from NIS 274 million in the corresponding quarter.
FXCM Israel: The calmer security situation yesterday has helped moderate the weakening of the shekel.
The "Where to Put the Money" session at the 2014 Globes Israel Business Conference will discuss investment options.
The investment will enable gas exports to Union Fenosa's installation in Egypt.
The US real estate developer had been seeking to raise NIS 400 million in the institutional and public tenders.
Italy's Edison and other European and US energy companies are interested in buying the fields from Delek and Noble Energy.
This is the first time the Finance Ministry has demanded a cut in unfunded pension benefits at any public institution.
The best known reason for the increase in exemptions is Minister of Finance Yair Lapid's 0% VAT bill.
The Spanish bank has been searching for a foothold in the Israeli market for some time.
The crop protection provider will try to raise over $400 million.
Harel Locker handled the cabinet's staff work on socioeconomic issues.
UBS Analyst Roni Biron sees the sector continuing to struggle without mergers being permitted.
The company plans to raise $10 million on the NYSE MKT small shares exchange.
The institutions being targeted advised customers to open accounts in tax havens.
FXCM Israel: It's difficult to see what could halt the strengthening of the dollar against the shekel.
The bank will distribute a dividend of NIS 55 million.
US "Defense News" reports that the way is now open for IMI to win a battle tank development project.
Heins formally served as Blackberry CEO, as the Israeli wireless charging company looks to expand global business.
The Palestinian Authority owes the Israel Electric Corp. NIS 1.7 billion.
Miki Friedman was convicted of stealing NIS 30 million from Bank Leumi.
The "Finger on the Pulse" session at the 2014 Globes Israel Business Conference will discuss the German Committee findings.
The US media giant expects to generate $100 million by using the Israeli content recommendation company's solutions.
The estimate for Cyprus's Aphrodite field has been raised from 113 BCM to 127 BCM.
Pilots: El Al is blaming the pilots for its shortage of staff to avoid claims from passengers.
Eyeview strives to fuse the effectiveness of TV video branding with the efficiencies of digital personalization.
Histadrut chairman Avi Nissenkorn threatens to call a general strike in two weeks.
The bank reported record quarterly revenue of NIS 1.3 billion in the third quarter.
FXCM Israel: Investors are losing faith in Israel's political-economic leadership.
Three of those killed were dual Israeli-US citizens. The fourth victim held dual Israeli-British citizenship.
The contract with DIEHL BGT Defense is for Elbit's Multi-Spectral Directed Infrared Counter Measure (DIRCM) systems.
The government will reduce Israel Electric Corp's debt if it sells a power station.
Outgoing Communications Minister Gilad Erdan is opening the fixed-line market to competition.
The labor market session at the "Globes" Israel Business Conference will discuss eroding incomes and low productivity.
The Central Bureau of Statistics surveyed household income and expenditure in Israel's 14 largest cities.
Israel Chemicals now says that the government's plans may enable it to keep operating the plant beyond 2017.
Shai Mishali and Pavel Kaminsky developed AirHop, making it possible to send messages in areas with no cellular reception.
The US Department of Energy hopes to develop computing systems that will be 20-40 times faster than today’s supercomputers.
Responses to Yair Lapid’s flagship program have gone from enthusiastic to skeptical in seven months.
FXCM Israel: The shekel's weakness illustrates the negative sentiment towards the Israeli economy.
The Homeland Security and Cyber Security Innovation Competition is organized by Israel's Chief Scientist.
Minister of Finance Yair Lapid claims that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu still backs his budget.