Rocket fire over Israel  / Photo: Reuters

Rocket fire continues as Tel Aviv schools reopen

Businesses and schools are reopening in Tel Aviv but the situation remains tense in southern Israel.

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Benjamion Netanyahu and Benny Gantz Security situation will hasten formation of unity gov't

Benny Gantz has given full backing to the assassination of Islamic Jihad commander Abu al-Ata and the resulting rocket attacks are helping to promote the formation of a unity government.

British Virgin Islands Israel set to miss out on tax haven bonanza

Israel's political deadlock is hampering officials seeking to attract tech companies to Israel who are being forced out of tax havens.

Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked Photo: Rafi Kutz Netanyahu's cynical political move endangers security

Naftali Bennett's appointment as defense minister makes him a partner in the worst kind of political maneuver.

Amnon Shashua Intel: Mobileye is our fastest growing business

Intel CFO George Davis: Mobileye is already exceeding our expectations with ADAS revenue today that is funding the future of driverless cars.

Electric Volkswagen / Photo: PR Brussels and China will shape Israel's electric car market

New EU regulations and car industry changes in China are brewing a storm that will blow hard in Israel.

Eran Yaacov / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes Tax Authority unable to collect NIS 1b in payments

Regulatory concern about money laundering has resulted in Israel's banks refusing to open accounts for overseas taxpayers, leaving them unable to pay.

Harel Locker Photo: Eyal Izhar Is NIS 12b a realistic valuation for IAI?

The capital market believes that Israel Aerospace management's figure for valuation in a public offering is over-optimistic.

Eilat's Ramon airport / Photo: IAA Spokesperson Eilat's new airport set for first full winter season

Despite incentives from the Tourism Ministry, there will only be 45 flights a week landing at the new airport, down from 55 last winter.

Street signs Israeli street names: Politicians out, artists in

In an era of political correctness, expect more streets to be named after Sephardi Jews and women, Prof. Maoz Azaryahu tells "Globes."

Adi Keizman Adi Keizman still says hello to Berlin

Despite bad publicity, customer complaints, and changing local rules, Israeli real estate whiz kid Keizman stands by his Berlin operation, but he's matured, and he's diversifying.

Ben Shapiro The US can learn from Israel's social cohesion

Ben Shapiro argues that as American nationhood disintegrates, inspiration can be taken from Israel's sense of solidarity.

Eyal Fisher and Avi Naor Preciate applies facial ID to revolutionize retailing

The Israeli startup enables store assistants to know customers preferences from their online purchases.

Giora Eiland / Photo: Tamar Matsafi, Globes "Black Cube has ethical boundaries"

Black Cube consultant Maj. Gen. (res.) Giora Eiland talks about the Israeli private intelligence company's role in the Pemex bribery affair, and how its operatives make suspects talk.

Tesla Tesla's entry to Israel could end importers' dominance

Other manufacturers are likely to follow Tesla in direct marketing of cars in Israel, thereby bypassing the vehicle import agencies.

Arab students Higher budgets for Israel's Arab sector are an investment

Poverty is a main cause of violence among Arabs, while leaving Arab society's potential untapped retards Israel's economic growth.

Tel Aviv seafront  Tourism to Israel flourishes despite high prices

Tourism is breaking new records even though a recent survey by FIT found Tel Aviv to be the world's third most expensive city.

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