Michael (Miki) Ganor photo: Ilan Assayag

Sub bribery state's witness retracts testimony due to blocked funds

Former Thyssenkrupp agent Michael Ganor has cancelled his plea bargain agreement apparently because he has been unable to access money in overseas accounts, sources inform "Globes."

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Herzliya Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative No takers for houses in Herzliya Pituah

There were only 47 houses sold in Herzliya Pituah last year, the lowest number of deals since 2010 but inland more modest Herzliya homes are selling well.

Israel Tax Authority Tax Authority abetting Israel's brain drain

Rulings by the Israel Tax Authority tend to minimize benefits granted by law to new immigrants and returning residents.

Dreamliner El Al flying towards financial turbulence

Despite shrinking equity, growing competition, and high fuel prices El Al insists it will soon return to profitability. Avishai Ovadia is not so sure.

Mizrahi Tefahot The tax evasion tricks at Mizrahi Tefahot

US Justice Department: When a bank's employees facilitate tax fraud, the bank will be held responsible.

Eyal Waldman Photo: Tamar Matsafi Mellanox goes to the market's hungriest player

The acquisition of Mellanox will considerably strengthen Nvidia's position in the global technological arms race.

Yaniv Pagot Market unmoved by Israel's fiscal slip

The excess government deficit in January-February 2019 will be redressed after the election, regardless of who is elected.

Jerusalem hostel Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Israeli hostels: Not just for backpackers

To meet record tourist demand in Israel, international chains are opening up hostels, offering affordable accommodation and a chance to meet fellow travellers.

Money Design Efrat Levy Israel’s next welfare minister will have rude awakening

The next welfare minister will find NGOs providing social services under contract to the government systematically underfunded, with the state becoming dependent on philanthropy, says Moshe Schapiro.

Michel Pettigrew Photo: PR Ferring looks to Israel for innovative biotech

The Swiss drug development company's US chairman Michel Pettigrew tells "Globes" what Ferring is scouting for.

Boeing F-15 IA  photo: Boeing Lockheed or Boeing? The IDF's $11b dilemma

The US defense giants are vying for pride of place in one of the world's best weaponry shop windows - and Israeli companies want a piece of the action.

Israel Railways photo: Roni Bar-On Sick drivers: Only a symptom of Israel Railways' ills

"Globes" sets out the reasons for the railway's current plight.

Ofer Elyakim  photo: Tamar Matsafi DSP Group CEO: We're Pentagon, CIA gatekeepers

With voice recognition chips in Samsung, Panasonic, and Cisco devices, DSP Group is now targeting the smart home industry and voice activation, says Ofer Elyakim.

Micha Kaufman Photo; Amir Meiri Fiverr turns $5 gigs into a billion dollars

Ahead of a planned $1 billion Nasdaq IPO, Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman tells "Globes" about the freelancers' platform that he founded.

Israel's 10 Most Promising Startups 2018 "Globes" names Puls Israel's most promising 2018 startup

"Globes" ranks this year's crop of companies that are most likely to make a disruptive difference.

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