Power struggles between Knesset Finance Committee chairman MK Moshe Gafni and the Ministry of Finance are holding up budgetary transfers.
Other manufacturers are likely to follow Tesla in direct marketing of cars in Israel, thereby bypassing the vehicle import agencies.
Transport & infrastructure
Philippe Bouaziz's 365x is a startup accelerator with a French touch.
The company plans to open hotels in Eilat, Jerusalem, Haifa, and Netanya in the next two years and then an 800-room hotel in Tel Aviv and 250-room hotel near Ben Gurion airport.
Poverty is a main cause of violence among Arabs, while leaving Arab society's potential untapped retards Israel's economic growth.
Meitav Dash chief economist Alex Zabezhinsky argues that the shekel is justifiably strong, but questions why it is the world's strongest currency.
Libra’s distributed governance will encourage a new wave of innovation and competition in financial service - Facebook will only have one vote out of at least 100 - Libra's founder says.
The commander in charge of the newly formed Peles police unit has told "Globes" that investigations into building site deaths are now being treated as murder cases.
Tourism is breaking new records even though a recent survey by FIT found Tel Aviv to be the world's third most expensive city.
Former Teva CEO Jeremy Levin talks to "Globes" about Israel's biotech potential, the opioid disaster and why he shuns investing in medical cannabis.
IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi's multi-year budget plan is being hampered by the political situation.
The threat from the giants led the two companies' heads to set ego aside.
Mergers & acquisitions
Cutting ridiculous public spending doesn't require a Knesset majority or a new government. All it needs is a sense of responsibility.
It's still a work in progress, and not yet in Hebrew, but Amazon Israel offers convenience and bargains, especially in electrical appliances.
A look at several organizations and schools, trying to create change in Israel's frozen education system.
From cigarettes to car repairs and dentistry, Israelis spend millions of shekels in Palestinian villages every year.