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Israel Air Force attack in Gaza Strip / Photo: Adel Hana, AP Hamas jeopardizes int'l aid

Why pull the trigger just when, thanks to the World Bank and donor countries, the Gazan economy is strengthening?

Zion Square Photo: Shutterstock More jobs needed for Jerusalem

Mayor Moshe Lion sees the city becoming Israel's tech capital but even government ministries are staying away. New office developments might improve the situation.

Israel's Iron Dome system intercepts a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip  credit: Reuters Why the rockets are falling now

Hamas planned the current flare-up well before the events in Jerusalem that ignited it.

Ziv Belfer, Prof. Uri Sivan credit: Nitzan Zohar for the Technion The Technion's vision: Israel's north a tech-industrial powerhouse

An agreement with software giant PTC is the first step in Technion President Prof. Uri Sivan's plan for deep collaboration with industry.

Daniel and Michael Salkind / Photo: Israel Hadari The Salkind brothers' M&A machine

From food to transport, energy to retail, Michael and Daniel Salkind's Elco group always seems to be where the action is.

Globes Israel's Growth Champions Call for Entries: Globes ranks Israel's Growth Champions

Globes and international business data company Statista are locating and ranking the Israeli companies with the fastest rate of revenue growth. Apply for a place.

Caesarea Israel's wealthiest are moving out of the city

From beach homes near Nahariya, to country estates in farming villages and homes in pastoral Ein Kerem, Covid-19 has pushed up demand for Israeli houses.

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