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Amazon probes Israeli market

Amazon's free delivery campaign was designed to test consumers' responses, with a view to establishing activity in Israel.

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Michel Vounatsos  photo: PR Biogen looking to medical devices

Biogen CEO Michel Vounatsos seeks synergy between pharma and technology, and found kindred spirits in Israel.

SpaceIL photo: Alon Hadar SpaceIL seeks to inspire Israelis

The SpaceIL organization expects its Moon landing to prompt more young people to study science and engineering.

Yoav Keren, Yuval, Zantkeren, David Fridman, Itai Galmor photo: Amir Meiri "We want to sooth fears about cryptocurrencies"

BrandShield has developed a blockchain platform that issues fraud alerts.

Home Front Command earthquake exercise photo: Yossi Zeliger Israel's earthquake measures utterly inadequate

Last week's tremors in Tiberias are a reminder that a major earthquake in Israel is a question of when, not if.

Jadwiga Emilewicz  photo: Tomer Foltyn Poland wants Israeli high tech

Polish technology minister Jadwiga Emilewicz is keen to persuade Israeli entrepreneurs to establish R&D centers in Poland.

Amiram Barkat Flug's stern parting message for Netanyahu

You had better live up to your responsibility for the Bank of Israel's standing, outgoing governor Karnit Flug is telling the prime minister between the lines.

Daphna Fisher Photo: PR Class action suits in Israel can challenge the law

A Supreme Court ruling on payments to Israel Electric employees passed on to customers, means consumers can receive remedies for unjust government actions.

Medical cannabis Photo: Shutterstock Israel's cannabis market shrouded in uncertainty

Restrictions on foreign investors and the government's reluctance to approve exports are inhibiting growth in Israel's medical cannabis sector.

Avi Temkin Arabs and haredim aren't the issue

The problems that threaten to drag Israel's economy down have to do with the entire workforce.

Lior Shalev Photo: Shlomi Yosef Impact investment blends business and social aims

Lior Shalev, grandson of Teva founder Eli Hurvitz, targets the 'double bottom line' - both economic and social profit.

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