Ofra  Strauss  credit: Shai Yehezkel

Top exec pay keeps rising in Covid year

The aggregate cost of the 100 highest paid executives at TASE companies rose 16% in 2020. Only two women make the list.

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Dr. Norman Bailey Joe Biden and Israel

After just two-and-a-half months, it is clear that, for Israel, the Biden administration will be a repeat of the Obama administration.

Israel seen as major player as global chip war intensifies

With Intel's global chip hegemony being challenged, "Globes" surveys Israel's pivotal role in the battle, as high-tech salaries surge.

Ashkelon seafront  / Photo: Shutterstock, Shutterstock.com Ashkelon expansion gains momentum

"Globes" charts how Ashkelon has been transformed from a sleepy coastal city into Israel's most dynamic real estate hot spot.

Alon Leibovich credit: PR The Israeli startup Facebook is trying to kill

Facebook is suing marketing intelligence company BrandTotal for breaching its terms of use. Co-founder and CEO Alon Leibovich explains why he's fighting back.

Betsy Cohen credit: PR The doyenne of SPACS meets Israeli fintech

Betsy Cohen: Israelis think outside the box because their box isn't very big.

Great Wall Motors crossover  credit: PR The Chinese EVs speeding to Israel

Israel is a small but important market for China's electric car makers, and several brands are on their way here to tussle with Tesla.

Arlozorov tower Tel Aviv Credit: Guy Lieberman Unprecedented boom in luxury housing market

As foreign residents seek an Israeli address, and Israelis snap up country homes, "Globes" looks at the biggest deals.

Edouard Cukierman  credit: Einat Levron "Israel has more unicorns than all of Europe"

Investment banker Edouard Cukierman: If you're a SPAC that needs an acquisition target, you look in Israel.

Dollars Photo: Shutterstock Cash rich Israeli startups risk the 'foie gras' effect

Research by CB Insights found that fattening up startups with too much cash before an IPO can harm them in the long run.

Apartments in Yehud  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Investors drawn to Israeli housing by more than tax cut

For the first time since 2016, more investors are buying than selling Israeli homes, and not only because of lower purchase tax.

Ships wait out at seas for a berth in Haifa Port Photo: Paul Orlev No room in Israel's ports

57 ships await berths in Ashdod and Haifa due to a surge in imports. The Suez blockage has helped by delaying ships sailing to Israel.

Mansour Abbas  credit: Menachem Kahana, Reuters Israel's Arab kingmaker?

After Israel's election, Ra'am leader Mansour Abbas holds the balance between left and right. Talking to "Globes", he drops a clear hint to his preference.

Tel Aviv  / Photo: Shutterstock Foreign buyers flock back to Israel's real estate market

Real estate agents in Jerusalem and along the Mediterranean coast, report a surge of interest in buying homes in Israel, especially from US buyers.

Jerusalem's new Talpiot quarter Credit: Jacob Molho Architects Jerusalem unveils plans to transform Talpiot

8,250 apartments will be built in the Talpiot industrial zone, as well as offices and commercial space, in efforts to rebuild the city's biggest eyesore.

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