The Rehovot-based company develops hair fiber optical digital reader technology.
Bank Leumi is likely to sell at least 9% of Israel Corporation and Kenon's shares in the next five years.
Alibaba representatives visited Israel earlier this week, and met with e-commerce, Internet, and mobile startups.
The latest "Globes"-Smith poll shows that Kahlon, Liberman and Lapid could decide who will form the next government.
The market may interpret the sale by the outgoing CEO, in dispute with his partner Shraga Biran, as a vote of no confidence.
The collaboration will focus on immune checkpoint candidates found by Compugen for potential cancer treatment.
MediSafe and TinyTapt were second and third in the Tel Aviv competition.
RedHill is buying the rights for the development of a diagnostic Crohn's disease test.
The smart energy system will save 50-75% on the chain's heating and air-conditioning.
Cofizz has filed a defense with the trademark registrar on the logo similarity suit as the two discount cafes trade insults.
The government appointed committee will recommend closing the water corporations.
The GetKids service costs NIS 5.20 and is also available for taxis to Ben Gurion Airport.
Prico: The potential for shekel depreciation against the dollar has not yet been realized.
Relations between Teva and Biotec have deteriorated into a legal dispute and an entanglement with the Russian authorities.
The Supervisor of Banks is ordering Israeli banks to require foreign residents to declare having paid tax on the money in accounts.
The Israeli has successfully floated Camden Market, at a company value of £750 million.
The plan includes 20GB of data, more than any other network currently offers.
The diplomats saw four start-ups at the Terra Venture Partners incubator in Yokneam.
Teva has lost its 180 days exclusivity for the generic version of Pfizer's arthritis and chronic pain treatment.
After Discount Bank sells the shares for NIS 100 million, it will have a 16.5% holding in First International Bank.
Matach24: Investors are recovering from the market tailspin and returning to the shekel.
Bank of Jerusalem Brokerage has upgraded its recommendation on Teva.
The aim is for Bank of Jerusalem to acquire all of Dexia Bank, making it a private company.
Israel Chemicals will set up a joint venture with Yunnan Yuntianhua and hold a 15% stake in the Chinese company.
Israel's Ministry of Defense said the Arrow 3 anti-ballistic missile system performed its mission successfully on a target missile.
Novartis will invest $10 million in BioLineRX for a 12.8% stake. They will select three projects for joint development.
Amdocs and Triotech will enable State Bank of India and Bharat Sanchar Nigam to offer mobile financial services.
Israel still has the third worst rate of poverty in the OECD, the National Insurance Institute reports.
From March, easyJet will operate three flights a week between Ben Gurion and Charles de Gaulle airports.
After ousting its chairman, the US-based fund is no longer a party at interest in DSP.
Deflation in the economy will mean an interest rate cut unless the shekel continues depreciating steeply, Merrill Lynch says.
The shekel has weakened sharply after Moody's warned yesterday that Israel's political situation was "credit negative".
Israel Electric Corp denies there is Israel government pressure to drop the suit over the halting of Egyptian gas in 2011.
The CPI has also fallen 0.2% in 2014 so far, despite the shekel's depreciation and historic low interest rates.
The bank may expand its early retirement program to include 100 more employees.
One World Cannabis is holding a reverse merger with Dynamic Applications.
Lev Leviev plans investing $800 million to set up the Namibian phosphate mine.
Zinger has been placed under house arrest and another suspect is Nimrod Nir, son of Judy Nir Mozes Shalom.
Pfizer will pay $295 million for the growth hormone treatment and up to $275 million in milestone payments, and royalties.
The wireless backhaul solutions provider is laying off 155 employees worldwide, 145 of its workforce.
The company provides in-store shelf monitoring, analysis and technology powered by image recognition.
Moody's: Israel’s political turmoil will dampen economic confidence, delay growth-boosting reforms and hinder fiscal planning.
The Israeli content recommendation company has appointed former Check Point exec Ronen Koehler as head of staff.
Against a background of falling markets, most categories of funds saw a rise in net redemptions last week.
Israel's Consumer Price Index is expected to show a 0.3% fall for November.
Ramat Gan municipality officials are suspected of offering jobs and contracts in exchange for support for a mayoral candidate.
The Kushner family was unable to agree on terms with Delek Group.
Healthcare venture capital fund management company Pontifax is likely to raise its fourth fund next year.
Landa Digital Printing will supply its first printers to its customers in 2015.
Google estimates Engineered Architecture has $120 billion potential annual revenue. Attia and Max Sound are suing for compensation.
Both companies provide clearing services for online payments and the acquisition will help SafeCharge expand in Israel.
A drilling test near Haifa revealed corundum, sapphire, rubies, and moissanite.
El Al also announced today that its Sundor brand is introducing regular flights from Tel Aviv to Nice and Naples.
The partnership will give Bella access to sub- Saharan markets.
The price of 95-octane will fall by NIS 0.55-60 per liter at the end of December.
If it materializes, this makes Royee, owned by Ratio, Israel Opportunity and Edison, Israel's third largest gas reserve.
Many of the disputes declared by the Histadrut involve employment of contract workers.
Rates were also cut by 5% last January and 0.5% in July.
Generic competition for Copaxone and foreign currency volatility will hit Teva's sales.
Ormat Technologies will also be listed for trading on a third stock exchange.
The Israeli online translation company will also hire 30 employees in the US and 20 more in Europe.
Under new ownership, Steimatzky will operate 4 airport stores and is opening five new street stores.
The US livestock ID leader is acquiring the Netanya based dairy herd specialist.
Melisron and Frutarom will replace the mobile phone carriers, which have been hit by fierce competition in the sector.
Delek is also concluding deals to sell Tamar gas to Union Fenosa and the Egyptian domestic market.
The Israeli networking company will pay $10 million subject to performance milestones.
FXCM Israel: Traders are profit taking before the end of the year but the trend in 2015 is for the shekel to weaken.
Congress's 2015 spending bill includes $3.7 billion in US military aid to Israel.