Ramon Airport Eilat  photo: Eyal Izhar

Eilat Ramon Airport: Beautiful, but is it worth the cost?

The new, NIS 1.7 billion airport has 100 times the space of Eilat's old airport.

OPINION & FEATURES
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hosts Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade, and Industry Hiroshige Conservative Japanese cos turn to Israeli innovation

A 200-strong Japanese business delegation to Israel continues a trend of warmer ties.

Careers Photo: Shutterstock Becoming a CEO's executive assistant can be a bad move

Most people with this job title are actually administrative assistants.

Amiram Barkat Kahlon's legacy: Huge deficits are the new normal

Israel's finance minister prefers listening to people who tell him forecasts are just scaremongering than to his professional economists.

Dr. Norman Bailey Making sense of Syria

The US military withdrawal from Syria will leave Israel with no perfect choices on its northern borders.

Ajit Pai Photo: Shlomi Yosef Ajit Pai: Light-touch regulation lets telcos invest

The US FCC chairman tells "Globes" that, "If regulation is not market-based enough, then companies will find they can't make a business case for deploying 5G networks."

Erez Kreiner Photo: Eyal Izhar "Many countries want to influence Israel's elections"

Former head of the Israel National Information Security Agency Erez Krainer tells "Globes" about the risk of foreign countries influencing the election results.

Shaul David Judelman, Khaled Abu-Awwad  photo: Brett Kline Rooting for peace

Who would fund an unlikely partnership of Jewish settlers and their Palestinian neighbors in the West Bank?

Eitan Sheshinski Sheshinski: Gas tax producing enormous revenues

The head of the Sheshinski Committee asserts that the tax instituted in 2011 has dramatically increased the government take from Israel's natural gas reservoirs.

Yango Photo: PR Taxi-hailing apps: A promise unfulfilled

Will the advent of Russia's Yango in Israel make taxis easier to find and their drivers more content?

Vincent Tchenguiz Photo: Christopher Ratcliffe Vincent Tchenguiz sees collapse of status-quo

The British billionaire, who has investments worth $200 million in Israel, warns on an imminent economic crisis caused by the US-China trade war.

Avram Hershko  photo: Vincent Ma "Do what's important, not what's fashionable"

Israeli Nobel laureate in chemistry Avram Hershko talks forthrightly about peace, democracy, academic independence, and how to do science.

US and China presidents Photo: Reuters Damir Sagolj Israeli high-tech cos caught in US-China crossfire

Israel is fostering economic relations with China, but the US-China trade war could do major to Israeli high-tech.

Yehuda Zisapel  photo: Eyal Izhar Yehuda Zisapel brings high-tech hopes to Arad

Zisapel combines original solutions to Israel's engineer shortage with a fresh chance for disadvantaged youth - backed by his own cash.

Ben & Jerry's Resist flavor Photo: PR Ben & Jerry's political flavor doesn't suit all Israelis

Some Israelis want to boycott Ben & Jerry's for supporting left-wing US groups, while abroad BDS activists urge boycotting the ice cream because the brand operates in Israel.

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