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Haredim Photo: Shutterstock Haredim aren't as poor as you think

Ultra-Orthodox Jews are smarter consumers, have interest-free loan funds, and are satisfied even if they are poor, the Haredi Institute for Public Affairs has found.

Yossi Aton and Uri Bar Sheshet Photo: Rafi Kutz Urban renewal in Jerusalem finally moving ahead

Developers are waiting for a building permit for a project with 130 apartments in Kiryat HaYovel, as demolish and build programs slowly get the green light.

Changing careers Photo: Thinkstock Changing cabins in the Titanic

Don't try and solve a strategic career problem by creating an even larger problem, labor market expert Orna Rudi warns.

IDF dronists Photo: IDF spokesman Israeli army bets big on small drones

The most popular IDF training course for combat soldiers is for "dronists." Elbit is developing a small drone to replace the Chinese drones used by the army.

Isrotel hotel renovation Jaffa Photo: Yossi Cohen Jaffa becomes focus for new boutique hotels

Tourism in Tel Aviv-Jaffa is moving from the seafront towards more historic areas.

money laundering Israel's accountants and lawyers should be worried

The very flattering FATF report on Israel also contains some pointed recommendations.

Tomer Tzach Photo: PR CropX sensors tell farmers how to irrigate and fertilize

The Israeli company is set to deploy a network of automated irrigation systems worldwide, based on "Internet of the soil."

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