Yoram Naveh  credit: Cadya Levy

Clal Insurance commits to buying credit card co Max

Clal Insurance has signed a binding agreement with Max's largest shareholder, US private equity firm Warburg Pincus.

OPINION & FEATURES
Gilles Gade  credit: Lia Jay Photography for Cross River The New York banker providing work for haredim in Jerusalem

Cross River Bank founder Gilles Gade believes in fintech and  cryptocurrency, and supremely in divine providence.

startup "Telling people they're fired is terrible"

Three tech entrepreneurs talk to "Globes" about the psychological pressure of dealing with the slowdown in the industry.

Zeev Pearl Credit: Dudu Bachar Zeev Pearl: Israeli law firms must be more global

Pearl Cohen head Adv. Zeev Pearl discusses the extent of the tech crisis, the challenges facing Israeli law firms, and how to manage a large firm remotely.

Credit: Shai Sharon and MKJ Photo Talon and Island do battle for browser security

In an intriguing rivalry, Israeli startups Talon and Island have both developed enterprise browsers to enhance an organization's security in the age of hybrid work.

Shekel Photo: Shutterstock Vladirina 32 The shekel will continue gaining against the dollar

Market strategist Shmuel Katzavian analyses why the Israeli currency will likely appreciate against the dollar over the next year.

A Gaza resident amid the ruins  credit: Ibraheem Abu Mustafa, Reuters Israel and Gaza the day after

Israel is encouraged by the fact that Hamas stayed out of the recent fighting, while Iran is already acting to rearm Islamic Jihad.

Toga Networks, Huawei's center in Israel  credit: Eyal Izhar Huawei paying top dollar for Israeli engineers

Despite its US blacklisting, Huawei's operations in Israel are bigger than ever, employing about 500 researchers in Haifa and Hod Hasharon.

Nafea Bshara Credit: Amazon conference Nafea Bshara - the Israeli behind AWS's Graviton chip

Raised in Ma'alot-Tarshiha, Bshara was cofounder of Annapurna Labs, acquired by Amazon, which developed the server chip that produces $5 billion annual revenue.

Islamic Jihad secretary general Ziyad al-Nakhalah  credit:  Marwan Naamani, Reuters Islamic Jihad, Iran's proxy

Iran channels funds and weapons to the organization that Israel is currently fighting, and rewards it for terrorist attacks.

Schneller development in Jerusalem  credit: Courtesy of Sun Chen Realty Smart home, private mikveh: Haredim are moving up

Changes in Israeli haredi society in recent years are reflected in high demand for specially adapted luxury residences.

Haifa Port Credit: Shutterstock Adani presents ambitious plans for Haifa Port

A presentation to investors in India outlines plans to take loans of  NIS 3 billion and build hotels and stores on Haifa Port seafront.

View from a new apartment in a Tel Aviv tower  credit: Shutterstock Israel's luxury home market: Less busy, still pricey

The first half of 2022 saw few mega-deals, but outside of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Herzliya there were some surprises.

Workers at Infinidat's Herzliya development center  credit: Eyal Izhar Against all odds Infinidat turns profitable

Storage solutions company Infinidat held huge promise, but was underperforming financially until a management upheaval a year ago.

Givatayim Credit: Shutterstock Givatayim to go high-rise

The city's new northwest plan calls for high-rise towers along Katznelson and Aliyat Hanoar Streets near the boundaries with Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan.

Carrefour Credit: Shutterstock Carrefour to bring French revolution to Israeli retail

Carrefour's entry will rock the secure ground on which Shufersal has stood for many years and challenge other supermarket chains like Victory, Rami Levy and Yochananof.

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