Benjamin Netanyahu  photo: Reuters

Netanyahu may scupper agreed power industry reform

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is believed to prefer tearing up the agreement reached with Israel Electric Corporation workers and pressing for a court ruling limiting their right to strike. 

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Shiri Habib-Valdhorn Will streamlining save Teva?

Financial measures may also be required to ensure Teva's survival.

Teva Photo: Tamar Matsafi Hubris destroyed Teva

Neither bad timing nor business necessity excuse the mistake over Actavis, writes Avishai Ovadia.

Gali Weinreb Teva's future as an Israeli company in jeopardy

Only 10% of Teva's shares are owned by Israelis and after the cuts only 8% of employees will be Israeli.

Ramon Airport Photo: Shinar Architects New Eilat airport to open April 2018

"Globes" visited the impressively designed airport, which can serve 4.25 million passengers a year. 

William Wagner Photo: Tamar Matsafi "Artificial intelligence still at the hype stage"

LogMeIn got more than it thought it was getting when it acquired Israeli company Nanorep.

Amiram Barkat Jerusalem is for suckers

It's good that the US has adopted Jerusalem, because Israel has abandoned it.

Poverty Photo: Tamar Matsafi If we're so rich, why are we so poor?

The paradox of Israel's apparently booming economy combined with poverty stems from the mechanism of so-called growth.

Dr. Norman Bailey Why can't world leaders think outside the box?

Shifting the US embassy to Jerusalem should be quick, easy and cheap.

El Al, photo: Sivan Farag El Al: Our strategy is clear

The airline responds to Avishai Ovadia's portrayal of it as a company adrift.

Kaltura execs Photo: Tamar Matsafi Kaltura CEO: We're in this for the long haul

The Israeli video platform company is not in a rush to hold an IPO, but is sure that one will happen at the right time.

Cortica Photo: Liran Shetreet Cortica is developing AI for the autonomous car

The Israeli company's product is being tested by three major auto industry companies.

Monday.com Photo: Shlomi Yosef "Globes" names monday.com as Israel's most promising 2017 startup

With the help of local VC firms and global tech companies, we bring you this year's crop of companies most likely to make a disruptive difference.

Female entrepreneurs Photo: Inbal Marmari The women changing the face of the Startup Nation

"Lady Globes" presents the outstanding Israeli women entrepreneurs of 2017.

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