Moshav Eshtaol alleges that it has a first refusal right to the land for the branch, which is part of the moshav.
Hot lost a net 22,000 television and 8,000 landline subscribers, but gained 6,000 Internet and 117,000 mobile subscribers in 2017.
Bezeq's board decided yesterday to replace Handler as the company's CEO.
Shufersal is planning on reaching agreements with the health funds, and may develop a private brand for its New-Pharm subsidiary.
Israel doubts Egypt's assertion that the disruptions are needed to combat ISIS and intelligence sources see the act as a grave violation of Israeli sovereignty.
The deal is in two stages: 10% now for cash and 44% in a share swap when Desilu lists for trading in the US.
"Globes" reveals why Egyptian army attacks on Israeli mobile phone networks are hitting 300,000 Israeli subscribers in the south.
Samsung Israel mobile division director Guy Hibash said that the new smartphone has been built around the quality of its camera.
Naty Saidoff is demanding the return of his NIS 50 million deposit, claiming the conditions for his acquisition of Bezeq's controlling shareholder have not been met.
Unless acquiring Eurocom gives him control of Bezeq, Naty Saidoff is likely to withdraw, leaving the creditor banks without a debt arrangement.
The IDB controlling shareholder believes that Cellcom's share price is as high as it can get.
UN Food and Agriculture Organization: One third of the food produced is thrown away.
Intel VP Elkana Ben-Sinai tells "Globes" that the transition from 4G to 5G is the biggest leap yet.
The Israel Privacy Protection Authority tells "Globes" about the attempts to protect Israelis from Google and Facebook.
Nir Shalom, who runs AT&T's Israel development center, explains what it offers the US telecoms giant.
Qualcomm Israel's Assaf Touboul and Ronen Sheashua tell "Globes" about the unheard-of download speeds and greener networks coming soon.