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"The Economist" names Tel Aviv world's most expensive city

Tel Aviv has risen five places to replace Paris at the top the Economist Intelligence Unit's Worldwide Cost of Living rankings.

Tel Aviv Rabin Square Photo: Eyal Izhar Strong shekel should make Tel Aviv cheaper

"The Economist" survey did not include housing prices, just services and products, many of which should not be more expensive if the shekel is strong.

Beersheva Photo: Shutterstock Gov't funding fails to coax tech cos away from Central Israel

One program alone has poured NIS 624 million down the drain in helping companies set up R&D centers in Beersheva, Knesset research reveals.

Israel's Best Employers Israelis are proud of their work, but not of their pay

For the first time, "Globes", in collaboration with international market and consumer data company Statista, presents the 150 best employers in Israel.

Cybersecurity Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Even if NSO goes, cyberattack is here to stay

The Israeli company may not continue operations but as long as intelligence agencies need surveillance technologies, there will be cyberattack companies.

Israeli marina Photo: Tamar Matsafi Israel's Transport Minister objects to plan for marinas

Merav Michaeli has backed environmental groups opposed to the six planned marinas to provide berths for 3,500 yachts at the expense of 3.5 kilometers of beaches.

Moshe Hogeg  credit: Jonathan Bloom How crypto fell from grace

A technology meant to generate trust has become fertile ground for the oldest con in the book.

Boaz Levy and UAE Crown Prince Mohammed ibn Zayed Dubai Airshow: Huge interest in Israeli defense systems

After the disappointment of Iron Dome losing out to Korea on the UAE's missile defense deal, the Dubai Airshow has left Israeli defense firms cautiously optimistic.

Tomer Moskowitz Photo: Spokesperson Enforcement and Collection Authority Tourists trickle back to Israel as 2% refused entry

Immigrant Authority head Tomer Moskowitz explains how to distinguish between tourists and migrants and is confident the US will grant Israelis a visa exemption.

Prof. Daniel Hershkowitz Photo: GPO Haim Zach Report: 6,500 civil service jobs to become obsolete

A report prepared by Israel's Civil Service Commission sees 15% of civil service jobs soon becoming obsolete due to digitalization.

Dr. Norman Bailey Israel and the next world war

Forecasts about a coming world war don't stand up to scrutiny, and the dangers to Israel in any case lie elsewhere.

Big pharma finds Israel's drug development role

AION Labs will set Israeli computing talent to solving international pharma companies' problems. CEO Mati Gill and adviser Christian Tidona explain.

traffic jam  photo: Shutterstock, ASAP Creative There's money, but road congestion solutions will take time

After two lost years, the Transport Ministry has its biggest budget ever. It will mostly go to public transport.

Miao Qiang  credit: Shlomi Yosef Haifa Bayport chief: Israel's like China 20 years ago

SIPG Israel CEO Miao Qiang gives his impression of how the locals do business, and explains why his company chose Israel for its first port outside China.

Investment Photo: Shutterstock How to invest as the shekel strengthens

Israeli experts discuss the best stocks and currencies to invest in as the shekel appreciation gains ground.

Shekels Photo: Shutterstock Why is the shekel so strong?

Four factors that are making the shekel appreciate, yet keeping the Bank of Israel on the sidelines.

















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