The cuts are part of Teva's attempts to maintain its global competitiveness.
A selection of recent deals in the residential real estate market.
200 employees retired in last year's cuts, and it is estimated that the number of retirees this year will be even greater.
The Russian president warned against a possible Israeli response to the Russian sale of the S-300 air defense system to Iran.
Haifa mayor Yona Yahav: We are taking matters into our own hands and not waiting for the government.
According to Bloomberg, "Teva is evaluating the purchase internally and has also approached advisers."
Ryanair is renewing talks with Israeli tourism and aviation authorities, "Yediot Ahronot" reports.
Construction of five underground stations in Tel Aviv is due tocommence later this year.
The FDA has approved a generic version of 20mg Copaxone produced by Sandoz and Momenta Pharmaceuticals.
The representatives held meetings with an Israeli company at Interpol World 2015 in Singapore.
US company Ovid is working on a Lundbeck product to develop a treatment for autism.
Intec Pharma is partnering with a major pharmaceutical company on the treatment.
A liter of 95-octane gasoline at self-service pumps in Israel could rise to NIS 6.58 in May.
The detectors developed by Elbit Systems can cost up to $2 million per kilometer.
Intel's new communications platform is generating demand for Mellanox's products.
Naftali Bennett's Habayit Hayehudi party will likely receive three cabinet portfolios.
189,000 Holocaust survivors are living in Israel, 36% of them live alone.
The ministry of finance will not demand that Noble Energy lower its Leviathan holding from 36% to 10%.
The CPI rise in March takes pressure off the Bank of Israel to again cut interest rates.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) has fallen 1% over the past 12 months, and 1.3% since the beginning of the year.
Israel is joining the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) despite US opposition.
Analysts warn that Israel's regulator must act fast to save the Leviathan partners $30 billion BG deal.
The Israeli partners are accusing ViaEuropa and Cisco of stealing money.
Avenlo brings significant real-time, data-driven ad targeting and media buying capabilities to Matomy.
The Israeli biomed company develops foam-based dermatological drugs.
115 employees at Dead Sea Works and Bromine Compounds have been served with dismissal notices.
The jobs will be transferred as part of a strategic cooperation agreement with Tech Mahindra.
Alon Israel Oil, which badly needs cash, has sold a 48% stake for $572.4 million.
March tax revenues exceeded the forecast by NIS 2 billion with revenues from home purchases up 31%.
D-Pharm has teamed with China's Nhwa Pharmaceutical in developing DP-VPA.
Viola Private Equity invests in growth-stage companies in software, eCommerce, cyber security, FinTech, and healthcare.
Protesting his innocence in court on charges of manipulating shares, Dankner said he invested NIS 56 million in the stock.
FXCM Israel: Today's CPI could cause volatility in the shekel-dollar exchange rate.
The financing round includes the first investment by Hewlett Packard Ventures.
The office complex is near to London's Camden Market.
The planned computerized camera system will make it unnecessary to deploy parking inspectors on foot.
Following a plea bargain, the state will ask for a one-year sentence.
The head of Bank Leumi's risk management division is the frontrunner to replace David Zaken.
Accelta believes that its solution will lower the cost of growing stem cells.
The strategic cooperation agreement includes a $5 million investment by the Japanese conglomerate.
The strike at Bromine Compounds and Dead Sea Works has been going on since February.
IEC will exercise only part of its option, allowing it to do business later with new suppliers.
Chinese search engine Baidu led the investment, which will accelerate growth, particularly in China.
The "smart cities" company streamlines communications between citizens and official bodies.
In forming a joint venture to manage their shared network, Partner and Hot will lay off up to 55 maintenance employees.
The shekel-dollar pair has fallen back from the NIS 4/$ level it breached yesterday, and the shekel is also stronger against the euro.
Delek has given Fosun 30 more days of exclusivity in negotiations to buy the Israeli insurance company.
Apax is buying 80% of Schulz, which provides meals to IDF bases, and companies, for an estimated NIS 60-70 million.
This is the fourth consecutive year that the magazine has awarded the title to Bank Hapoalim.
The Bank of Israel set the representative rate at NIS 4.014/$ today, 1.8007% above Thursday's rate.
The bank has posted an online survey to gauge customer interest in receiving updates via Snapchat or Telegram.
Orad Hi-Tec Systems provides 3D real-time graphics, video servers and related asset management solutions.
The shekel-dollar rate has been catching up with the global trend at the end of last week.