02 September 2014
Leumi CEO not concerned about increased deficit
Bank Leumi CEO Rakefet Russak-Aminoach: Israel has been in recession since 2010.
Mobileye founder: My car drives itself
Amnon Shashua says cars will soon be on sale in which the driver does not have to touch the steering wheel.
Tue: TASE nears record high
Delek led the gains today and Teva rose on the day's biggest trading turnover.
Teva reports positive Phase III asthma drug results
Teva will seek FDA and European approval for reslizumab as soon as possible.
New car deliveries firm despite Gaza conflict
New car deliveries this year are up 13.6% to 173,810.
El Al, Diners, You issue joint credit card
El Al has set a target for the next five years of issuing 300,000 new credit cards.
Aston Martin launches Israel sales
The cars are priced between NIS 910,000 and NIS 2 million.
Lapid: No to austerity, yes to bigger deficit
"If we don't invest in education, there won't be any soldiers in the intelligence unit."
Histadrut: Public sector may strike over postal dispute
Avi Nissenkorn: Management wants to fire 1,000 employees and hire 1,000 contract workers.
You can't have it all, Flug warns
The Governor of the Bank of Israel says higher spending with no tax rise will mean a dangerous deficit level.
Erdan proposes splitting Channel 2
Communications Minister Gilad Erdan says the aim to preserve competition in television broadcasting.
25 arrested in new Israel Railways corruption affair
Employees in Israel Railways' sanitation division are suspected of financial crimes.