Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger's radical plan to separate development and production will provide new opportunities for activities in Israel.
Despite US sanctions, one of the Lebanese Shiite organization's most critical institutions continues to thrive.
After selling off assets, and a private plane, Chaim Katzman says, "We did exactly what we said we would do."
The economy will quickly rebound from negative growth but in the longer term, unless the government wakes up and changes policies, the country's prospects are bleak.
The Consumer Price Index was flat in January, but many people feel that prices are rising steeply. "Globes" examines the discrepancy.
Former National Security Council head Meir-Ben-Shabbat says Israel must press ahead with achieving its war aims despite US concerns.
Ellwanger has no desire to retire and insists that despite the cancelation of the acquisition by Intel, the Israeli chipmaker is in its best situation ever.
"Globes" spoke to the head of the Israeli offices of four of the world's biggest investment organizations to discuss investment trends.
A survey finds young Israeli researchers struggling to secure vital international collaboration, and that more wish to leave the country.
Former Ministry of Finance director general Yarom Ariav talks to "Globes" about what the politicians need to put right.
Shwed stands out in the cyber landscape in many ways, and his successor at Check Point will probably be very unlike him, and might not even be Israeli.