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Tel Aviv Photo: Shutterstock Economist: Tel Aviv ranked 76th city for quality of life

The Israeli city was dragged down in the rankings by its poor score on personal safety because of the fear of military conflict and terror attacks.

Eli Cohen Photo: Dudi Vakhnin Reciprocal procurement in Israel up $500m in 2017

Proceedings have been instituted against Thyssenkrupp for not fulfilling its reciprocal procurement obligations in the submarines deal.

Karnit Flug  photo: Eyal Izhar Deja vu: Will the Flug farce be repeated?

Chosen by default to serve as Bank of Israel Governor in 2013, Netanyahu and Kahlon's inability to find a suitable candidate, could hand Karnit Flug a second term.

Moshe Kahlon  photo: Ronen Zvulun, Reuters State of Israel worth NIS 17.6 trillion

"My responsibility is to prepare the economy for a crisis," Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon said at the presentation of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange's valuation of Israel.

Philips HQ, photo: Reuters Tech giants seek assurances about war scenarios in Israel

Companies like HP and Philips want priority status on electricity and food supply and are asking for executives to be excused army reserve duty.

Mario Blejer Photo: Tamar Matsafi Interview with BoI governor candidate Mario Blejer canceled

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon were meant to interview the former Governor of the Central Bank of Argentina today.

supermarket  picture: Tamar Matzapi Treasury team ready with plan to curb food prices

The plan to be presented Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon includes lower tariff barriers and eliminating production quotas.

El Al, photo: Sivan Farag Israeli airlines winter schedules still under threat

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is no longer willing to employ flight security staff for the Israeli airlines.

Tel Aviv Photo: Shutterstock The Economist: Tel Aviv world's 9th most expensive city

Economist Intelligence Unit: Tel Aviv was ranked 34th just five years ago. Currency appreciation played a part in this rise.

Changing careers Photo: Thinkstock Don't rush to switch professions

Why most career changes fail, and what professions are most in demand.

Negev settlements Photo: Eyal Izhar Two new Negev towns approved

The National Board for Planning and Building approved the establishment of Daniel and Ir Ovot and the extension of the Nitzana youth village.

Bank of Israel  photo; Ariel Yeruzolimsky Foreign exchange reserves up despite no currency purchases

Israel’s foreign exchange reserves at the end of July 2018 stood at $115.782 billion, up $950 million from their level at the end of June 2018.

Israel Post Office Israel Post fails to collect tax on o'seas parcels

There is a tax loophole because the computer systems of the Israel Postal Company and the Israel Tax Authority are not connected.

Moshe Kahlon  photo: Amir Cohen, Reuters S&P raises Israel's credit rating

S&P's sovereign rating for Israel now stands at AA- with a stable outlook, the best Israel has ever received.

idf soldiers Israel's wealthiest are abandoning IDF combat units

Israel's secular elite has lost its enthusiasm for combat service and now targets intelligence units, such as Unit 8200.

Volodymyr Stavniuk Photo: Yossi Zamir Ukraine offers low-cost high-tech professionals

15,000 Ukrainians are working for Israeli high-tech companies. The Ukrainian government wants to increase that to 150,000.

 Qingxi Huang  photo: Jonathan Bloom "China plus Israel equals America"

Qingxi Huang tells "Globes" about plans to invest in hundreds of Israeli companies through ICB Biotechnology Investments.

Careers Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Moving up by changing jobs doesn't work

Quitting a job in hope of finding a better one is usually a mistake.

Mega-rich  image: Shutterstock Israel's mega-rich: 50+, tight-fisted, male

The Chief Economist's survey of Israel's 400 highest-income people for 2014 shows that charity is not a prominent characteristic.

Jadwiga Emilewicz  photo: Tomer Foltyn Poland wants Israeli high tech

Polish technology minister Jadwiga Emilewicz is keen to persuade Israeli entrepreneurs to establish R&D centers in Poland.

career  image: Shutterstock Why talent doesn't mean career success

It's not talent that counts, but where you are on the labor market pyramid.

Prof. Luigi Zingales  photo: Eyal Izhar "Google and Facebook have excessive power over business"

Influential economist Luigi Zingales talks to "Globes" about digital monopolies, praises Netanyahu's grasp of economics, and reflects on the future of Europe.

Green in the City community photo: Guy Nardi Community, not technology, will save our cities

A smart city is no substitute for a sense of belonging.

Tel Aviv bike path photo: Meirav Modan Taking Israel's cyclists for a ride

Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.

Eduardo Elsztain at Globes Capital Market Conference Elsztain: Argentine crisis won't influence our operations

Eduardo Elsztain told the "Globes" Capital Market Conference that IDB's problems have been caused by Cellcom's slide.

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