Germany has supplied Israel with submarines for three decades, but an anti-corruption clause inserted into the option on further procurement is liable to bring that to an end.
Why did the prime minister let Germany sell strategic submarines to Egypt? How many submarines does Israel really need? Will Michael Ganor regret not turning state's witness?
Michael Ganor and Eliezer Marom are accused of bribery, and David Shimron of money laundering in a separate case.
The Supreme Court sent Ashdod Port strongman Hassan's case to the Beer Sheva District court for sentencing.
It is unclear whether Kahlon meant resigning as minister of finance or withdrawing from the Likud's Knesset candidate list.
The running-in period of the Reduction of Use of Cash Law is over, and offenders will be subject to heavy fines and imprisonment.
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has sent Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein a list of over 300 prosecution witnesses against the prime minister.
The Competition Authority has not yet announced that it will appeal against the ruling, but it appears inevitable.
Israel Internet Association: Israel lacks regulatory infrastructure to support its extensive blockchain technology applications.
Two open letters from Israel's business community today express concern at the political stalemate and attacks on the country's legal system.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Teva and other companies are being investigated on the basis of laws against drug dealers.
Tel Aviv District Court president Judge Eitan Orenstein ordered that a general creditors arrangement be reached that would allow the theater to recover.
According to Bloomberg, in talks with the US Justice Department, Teva and other companies will admit some of the allegations and pay fines.
Regulatory concern about money laundering has resulted in Israel's banks refusing to open accounts for overseas taxpayers, leaving them unable to pay.
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.
The commander in charge of the newly formed Peles police unit has told "Globes" that investigations into building site deaths are now being treated as murder cases.
As the Israeli prime minister's hearing begins, "Globes" speculates on the strategy his lawyers might adopt to avoid an indictment.