"Reuters" reports that a federal judge has summoned Teva CEO Kare Schultz to discuss settling all 2,600 US suits alleging that the Israeli company fueled the opioid crisis.
According to a report by Reuters, five pharmaceuticals and distribution companies involved in the opioids affair in the US are offering drugs worth $22 billion and services worth $28 billion.
The settlement would run over 10 years and the drugs would include Teva's Narcan for treating opioid addiction, sources told "Bloomberg."
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.
Dr. Pnina Fishman will continue as Can-Fite BioPharma's CEO.
The court still has to approve the settlement with a shareholder who sought to bring a derivative action.
Ayala Sara Cohen is the former close associate of SodaStream chairman Daniel Birnbaum, who allegedly used insider information that he provided.
As the Israeli prime minister's hearing begins, "Globes" speculates on the strategy his lawyers might adopt to avoid an indictment.
4A Desalination Group claims IDE and Hutchison should be disqualified after a public committee found suspicions of fraud in their Sorek A desalination facility.
"Globes" tells about the voluntary disclosure procedure in which a man paid NIS 1.4 million cash to the Israel Tax Authority but then found the banks refusing to accept the rest.
The civil case against Refaeli will have a huge effect on any criminal proceedings - and goes to the heart of the modern meaning of family life.
Alejandro Toledo is angry about the investigations against him in Peru and at Israeli businessman Josef Maiman for cooperating with them.
"Globes" speaks to Adv. Iris Niv-Sabag, who is defending "Yediot Ahronot" publisher Arnon Mozes in Case 2000.