Gonen Usishkin says all airlines are in crisis over the coronavirus and El Al may have to make painful decisions.
The CityPass consortium made a NIS 1 billion profit as the Israeli government, inexperienced in such projects, bought back the Red Line for NIS 1.6 billion.
Transport & infrastructure
After a year in which prices fell in the city, last year Tel Aviv again opened up a gap with the rest of Israel.
Low-cost competition was causing the Israeli carrier turbulence well before the East Asian virus but falling fuel prices may ease the pain.
Enhanced regulations governing the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) go into effect today. How does this affect Israeli investors?
Following in the footsteps of Azrieli, real estate developers are rushing to start projects in Holon.
Trading Room market strategist Shmuel Katzavian analyses why the Israeli currency will likely continue to strengthen in 2020.
As more and more disabled people travel, accessibility will become very good business. Israel is well positioned to take its share.
The regulators will not allow more than one merger in Israel's telecommunications market, and so Cellcom's talks with Golan Telecom have a double aim.
The $1.9 billion acquisition of Forescout underlines Israel's preeminence in the sector.
The fraught questions about morality in warfare have become even more complex as artificial intelligence comes into play.
Aerospace & defense
While high-rise construction is inevitable in overcrowded Israel, Guy Miloslavsky argues that architects must plan well for tenants rather than their own egos.
JP Morgan Herzliya tech center head Dr. Yoav Intrator tells "Globes" about the tech center's work, which includes data analysis, AI, blockchain, and fintech strategy.
Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.