The Supreme Court has upheld a ruling in the Tel Aviv District Court.
The Israeli Cyber Companies Consortium provides cybersecurity solutions to governments.
Elad Group handles Tshuva's real estate business in North America.
Merrill Lynch's analysts observe that the Bank of Israel is determined to weaken the Israeli currency.
Epic Suisse, which holds commercial centers, offices, and distribution centers, has a NIS 4.3 billion value.
Analysts forecast that the December Consumer Price Index rose 0.1%, leaving inflation in 2019, well below the 1%-3% target range.
The US medical device company will pay close to the $60 million that LifeBond has raised from investors.
The committee focused on digital platforms for offerings, trading, and clearance of securities using distributed ledger technology.
Last year, Motixafortide received Orphan Drug Designation for the treatment of Pancreatic Cancer from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The total value of exits of up to $5 billion in 2019 was the highest ever, with $14.84 billion in 2019, compared with $12.63 billion in 2018.
The company's systems can collect and analyze data from mobile phones for law enforcement agencies.
Perion Network is paying up to $73 million for New York and Tel Aviv-based Content IQ.
At the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, Teva CEO Kare Schultz said the company was on target with streamlining and debt reduction, and outlined its strategy for the Chinese market.
Analyst Steve Weiss has also cut the Israeli cybersecurity company's target price by 6% from $115 to $106.
Completion of the NIS 40 million deal is contingent on Talma's IPO, which aims to raise NIS 150-200 million.
Elbit Systems unit IMI Systems will provide the Finnish Defense Forces with NATO compliant 120mm High Explosive Multi-Purpose ammunition.
An investment decision on the oil project in the Gulf of Mexico is expected within the next few months.
Insurance group Harel has bought 33% of the rights in two buildings in San Francisco's South Financial District.
MSD Capital, the family office of US technology billionaire Michael Dell, sold a 2% stake in the Israeli supermarket chain, leaving it with just over 5%.
The underground park and ride lot beneath Shazar Boulevard will have 1,370 parking spaces.
The Menivim REIT fund has bought three sites in the Tefen industrial zone and land and buildings in Nahariya.
Clal Insurance will invest NIS 150 million towards the cost of the land and construction of a 34-floor office tower.
eToro's main platform continues to be a social investments network in which every investor can see in which assets other investors are investing.
The Tamar gas field rights owner has postponed a NIS 140 million offering because of 'market conditions.'
The €165 million water treatment project in Abidjan will be carried out by Fluence Water Israel.
The Israeli cybersecurity company's share price is now below the price in its IPO in April last year.
The gas from Leviathan came ashore on time, exports look set, but Israeli factories still await hook-up, and no-one even knows who should decide on conflicts with Tamar.
The Bank of Israel Research Department now sees the Israeli economy growing by 2.9% in 2020 instead of 3.2% as previously forecast.
RADA Electronic Industries, which manufactures tactical radar systems, benefited from the attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.
The new mobile brand will be marketed at the Kravitz stationery store chain.
Since last summer, together with its partners, it has concluded and pushed forward projects totaling nearly NIS 1 billion.