Miri Regev compares the Metro, which is an investment with high returns, with railways to Eilat and Kiryat Shmona, which would have little economic impact.
Weebit CEO Coby Hanoch talks about his company's new memory technology, and rocketing share price.
The privatization of the old Haifa Port has attracted many local and international potential bidders, with strategic interests at stake.
Transport & infrastructure
The plan to cover Begin Boulevard with a park and adjacent towers and rejoin Givat Ram and Beit Hakerem is opposed by local residents.
The Quantum Technologies Consortium (QTC), part of the Israel Innovation Authority MAGNET program, will stream its annual Zoom workshop live on Globes website and on Facebook, on October 28 at 9am.
Hagai Hartman went to Austria to work as a security officer and is coming back to Israel after selling to SAP the cloud marketing startup Emarsys that he founded.
Mergers & acquisitions
"Globes" charts how and why Sudan has evolved from one of Israel's most implacable enemies to a new found friend.
In Sound Radix, musicality met IDF technological flair to solve a problem that plagued sound studios.
Ali Alshaiba of Abu Dhabi's Department of Culture and Tourism tells "Globes" how his city can compete with glitzy Dubai.
The mobile gaming company from Herzliya has started the IPO process, but no details are available yet.
CEO Dr. Liat Goldshaid-Zmiri describes how a casual e-mail led to aesthetic medicine company Luminera's acquisition by AbbVie.
The former Teva Israel CEO, now CEO of Tikun Olam Cannbit, talks about the business and therapeutic potential of medical cannabis.
Minister of Environmental Protection Gila Gamliel and Petah Tikva Municipality draw up battle plans. Can Israel eradicate the formidable Formosa subterranean termite?
More Israeli tech companies are raising large financing rounds at "double unicorn" valuations. Is a tech bubble forming?
As traditional agriculture in Israel dies out, local innovation is reinventing it.
Tal Ohana did not sit around waiting for the government to act and has transformed Yeruham from a 'red' city to 'green' by taking responsibility for the situation.
Planning authorities are being asked to approve six new marinas for luxury yachts because of an acute shortage of berths.