The Government Companies Authority has issued Rozenberg with a permit to buy a controlling stake in the financially troubled airline.
Investors are gobbling up Israeli meat substitute companies with exciting technologies and intriguing raw materials.
After five months in Israel, the WeWork founder is back in the US and acquaintances say he still has big plans.
The government's parallel spending trick, known as "boxes",imperils Israel's hard-won credit rating and economic good name.
Spot founder Amiram Shachar's professors weren't impressed by his idea for cheaper cloud computing, but it's now central to NetApp.
Mergers & acquisitions
Companies need to ensure that political outspokenness aligns with their brands.
Telecoms, Media & Marketing
Facing similar pressures, the UK and Israeli governments have come up with various measures to mitigate the economic devastation.
Intel CEO Bob Swan's comments about outsourcing production provides Israel with an opportunity to examine alternative options for huge government grants.
It may look like legislative colonialism, but Israel stands to lose a great deal from failure to meet Europe's GDPR standards.
Even before the Covid-19 crisis stores were struggling to compete with malls and online sales. "Globes" looks at three Israeli cities.
Cornell University and Hebrew University behavioral economist Prof. Ori Heffetz, an advisor to Israel's Prime Minister, advocates reducing uncertainty through transparency and economic assistance.
Market sources say that the first-ever oil major to come here would not have acquired Noble Energy without Israel's improved relations with the Gulf states.
Complex systems expert Dr. Yaneer Bar-Yam believes "flattening the curve" is immoral and futile, and that we have a better choice.
Amnon Shashua fears Israel will miss a historic opportunity to lead the automotive revolution unless regulatory change is speeded up.
Transport & infrastructure