The Bank of Israel proposes greater investment in education and more overlap between school hours and work hours to bring productivity up to the OECD average.
IMF executive Anthony De Lannoy, in Israel for Cyber Week, sees the time coming when the rest of Israel's population will refuse to finance social benefits for non-working haredim.
40 years after founding RAD with his brother, Zisapel is still putting his heart into technology investments.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejects the assertion that the government is funding the project because it was initiated by his brother-in-law.
"Globes" tells about the voluntary disclosure procedure in which a man paid NIS 1.4 million cash to the Israel Tax Authority but then found the banks refusing to accept the rest.
The announcement that the world's largest airline is resuming flights to Tel Aviv next year will add competition to the route.
According to IVC, deals with German involvment accounted for 30% of the number of European deals in the Israeli ecosystem in the first half of 2019.
Harel Finances VP Yair Mendelson explains why the shekel has gained so strongly against the dollar, while most major currencies have weakened against the US currency.
ClickSoftware founder Moshe BenBassat: What happens to my people, whom I worked with for 20 years, is very important to me. The atmosphere in the deal was one of mutual commitment.
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Israel's currency is strong because its economy is strong and the strong shekel rewards efficiency and benefits consumers.
Tech companies are staying private for much longer than they used to, reaching huge valuations. Why? Follow the money.
In Israel, publication of the Bank of Israel protocols on the interest rate decision did not make waves, but the rest of the world attributed far more importance to them.
Phoenix Excellence chief economist Amir Kahanovich believes interest rates will stay low for years to come and real estate prices could rise significantly.
Outgoing Cathay Pacific Israel country manager Jonathan Bailey sums up a remarkable 30 months in Tel Aviv.
Shady places are about as rare as parking places in Israel's cities, but municipalities are finally addressing the matter.