Israir

New foreign bidders enter Israir race

Swiss investment bank Wadiah Capital and Australian company Amrock Aviation have jointly made the highest offer so far.

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Rami Levy / Photo: PR Rami Levy reaches for the skies

With a growing business appetite to move beyond supermarkets and real estate, 2021 could be the year in which Rami Levy comes to mean more than discount food.

Prof. Peretz Lavie. credit:  Annie Tritt  WSJ "Israel is losing its status in science"

Incoming National Council for Civilian R&D chair Prof. Peretz Lavie warns that Israel's "startup nation" image masks severe under-investment.

Dr. Norman Bailey Pollard, Fakrizadeh and Biden

A hero's welcome for Jonathan Pollard would harm Israel's relations with Joe Biden. The assassination of Mohsen Fakrizadeh makes it hard for Biden to revive the Iran agreement.

High-tech Photo: Shutterstock Israel transforms into scale-up nation

For the past decade Israel has been known as startup nation, but with less early stage startups and more growth tech companies and unicorns, the emphasis is changing.

Karin Eibschitz Segal. credit: Ohad Falik Intel Israel development chief: We can handle competition

Karin Eibschitz Segal, who manages nearly 10,000 people worldwide, is charged with keeping Intel ahead of the game.

Miri Regev Tel Aviv Metro has already cost NIS 500m

As Minister of Transport Miri Regev mulls cancelling Israel's biggest and costliest ever project, "Globes" examines what work has already been done.

Matam Towers East - impression / Photo: View Point Apple boosts Haifa's tech credentials

The US giant's massive expansion confirms Matam High Tech Park as the place to be in Israel for global companies' R&D.

Dovi Frances/credit: Courtesy Group 11 "Not all unicorn valuations are real"

Lone venture capitalist Dovi Frances thinks more startups are unicorns than makes any sense - he puts it down to over excitement.

Green bonds Coronavirus accelerating green economy

New regulation will make sustainable investment outperform the rest of the market, argues Eytan Stibbe. Shame Israel is lagging.

Yisrael Katz Photo; ASAP Creative Shutterstock Budget impasse stalling vital economic reforms

Failure to pass the Economic Arrangements Bill is putting Israel's economic future at risk, argues Barak Herscowitz.

Joe Biden / Photo: Brendan McDermid, Reuters Americans in Israel: Beware Biden's tax plans

If president-elect Joe Biden keeps his promises, Israeli residents with US citizenship could find themselves in a taxation tangle.

shadow economy Lockdowns drive shadow economy

Normally law-abiding self-employed people claim they are forced to resort to criminal practices to survive.

Wix employees / Photo: Alan Tzatzkin The startup within Wix

Wix Answers has turned from an internal customer support solution to a business in its own right, as its head Elad Eran explains to "Globes".

Planned park and buildingsover Begin Boulevard  / Imagin: Dagan Visual Solutions - Kolker Kolker Epstein Arc The second reunification of Jerusalem

The plan to cover Begin Boulevard with a park and adjacent towers and rejoin Givat Ram and Beit Hakerem is opposed by local residents.

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