The cancellation of the exemption on imports up to $75 would ease the budget deficit and help retailers and shopping malls, but would hit consumers hard.
Ethereum cofounder and blockchain technology leader Vitalik Buterin tells "Globes" about the risks and challenges posed by cryptocurrencies.
From Europe to China, alliances of startups, auto manufacturers, and tier-1 suppliers are preparing to challenge Mobileye and Intel with their own ADAS systems.
Transport & infrastructure
Amazon's Hebrew-language website for Israeli sales is leading businesses onto the platform out of concern for "not being there," not for real business considerations.
Israel is a tech power despite not because of the government. Poor planning could see Israel squander its advantage.
Stephen Harper is president of the Awz venture capital fund advisory committee. The fund specializes in investments in Israeli security and intelligence startups.
Criminal and terrorist money is becoming a very significant part of the global economy.
An industrial and academic consortium aims to provide the knowledge infrastructure for quantum-based military and civilian developments.
Aerospace & defense
Guy Sella, who died last month aged 55, was one of Israel's most remarkable entrepreneurs, as the story of SolarEdge demonstrates.
The commercialization companies of Israel's universities take the Central Bureau of Statistics to task for measuring their success in terms of money.
Despite moving to Jerusalem, some of the Israel Innovation Authority's employees are working secretly in Givatayim, "Globes" has found.
The plan involves 6,500 housing units and 700,00 square meters of business and commercial space in the east of the city.
Former top Israeli security operative Tamir Bechor talks about car cybersecurity company Cymotive, which he founded with two other former security service colleagues.
Israel's unclear rules on tree preservation create uncertainty for developers and homeowners.
Food journalist Ori Shavit says 35% of Israelis describe themselves as flexitarian and 5% are vegans, as consumers seeks healthier, more environmentally friendly food.
Less of the money donated by North American Jews is reaching Jewish causes let alone Israel. "Globes" examines the reasons.