Joining the EU's digital Covid certificate program will ease travel between Israel and the EU and could renew incoming tourism.
Five of the companies held IPOs this year and the names are all unfamiliar because the tech companies offer B2B products.
Sparks Consulting Group finds that concerns about a brain drain of Israel's elite group of talented people are well founded.
Using artificial intelligence, Biolojic Design founder Prof Yanay Ofran believes he can produce antibodies that are a match for any disease.
The IDF is speeding up its departure from bases in high-demand areas. But will this provide enough land to satisfy demand?
The 'buy now pay later' per purchase credit trend sweeping the world is good news for the Israeli startups in the sector.
The congestion charge, to be imposed from 2024, will extend to Herzliya, Petah Tikva and Rishon Lezion.
Transport & infrastructure
Companies like Google and Amazon fell victim to a scam that infected Android devices to present false data to advertisers.
Telecoms, Media & Marketing
The Covid-19 pandemic could be the spur for a move that should have taken place a long time ago.
Aesthetic medicine veteran Eckhouse (Lumenis, Syneron) explains what's new about SofWave and why it chose Tel Aviv for a flotation.
After Oracle's loss to Amazon and Google in the Israeli government's Nimbus cloud computing tender, Eran Feigenbaum fires back.
Firstime Venture Capital founder Jonathan Benartzi argues that tech investment has a large role to play in combating climate change.
Despite the dominance of ATMs and digital services, Mizrahi Tefahot is bucking the trend and has kept personal teller services in all of its branches.
As tech salaries spiral, human resources experts tell "Globes" that employees can be retained by factors not related to money.
High pay, shares that only go up, and few working hours… no wonder Facebook, Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft drain Israel's talent pool.
Through Tmura's options donation model, Israeli non-profits will gain some NIS 40 million from Outbrain and Riskified's Wall Street IPOs.
Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs tells "Globes" that the newly opened Shaharut in the Negev provides a hotel experience not previously available in Israel.