El Al CEO Avigal Soreq is seeking compensation for 'damage caused by the state' as part of a streamlining plan to cut its fleet from 45 to 29.
Central Tel Aviv's office market is booming as banks, insurance companies and law firms move out, and tech companies move in, Cushman & Wakefield Israel reports.
Globes and international business data company Statista are calling for entries for the ranking of Israel's best law firms.
Some argue that the Bank of Israel's actions to protect Israeli exporters carry too high a cost.
Five of the companies held IPOs this year and the names are all unfamiliar because the tech companies offer B2B products.
Sparks Consulting Group finds that concerns about a brain drain of Israel's elite group of talented people are well founded.
Using artificial intelligence, Biolojic Design founder Prof Yanay Ofran believes he can produce antibodies that are a match for any disease.
The IDF is speeding up its departure from bases in high-demand areas. But will this provide enough land to satisfy demand?
The 'buy now pay later' per purchase credit trend sweeping the world is good news for the Israeli startups in the sector.
Companies like Google and Amazon fell victim to a scam that infected Android devices to present false data to advertisers.
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