The Israeli online marketplace for freelancers plans a Wall Street offering at a company valuation of $800 million, "Bloomberg" reports.
Warburg Pincus will close the acquisition of the credit card company from Bank Leumi and Azrieli Group on February 26.
Both revenue and non-GAAP profit beat the analysts' estimates.
Francisco Partners has sold the controversial Israeli cyber intelligence company, which it bought in 2014 for $130 million.
After also buying an additional 4% stake in the Israeli UAV developer earlier this week, Frenkel now has a 30% stake in Aeronautics.
Although economists predict prices fell in January, the steep fall in January 2018 ensures that the 12-month inflation figure will rise.
Teva CEO Kare Schultz has cut costs, and reduced debt but from yesterday's conference call, it remains unclear what will return the company to growth in 2020.
The Competition Authority will require Rami Levy to sell five supermarkets in Jerusalem and four elsewhere.
Rapyd has developed a platform for transferring payments worldwide via bank transfers, digital wallets, cash and other payment methods.
Teva's share price is down sharply as revenue and profit continue to be dragged down by falling Copaxone revenue and generic sales.
Economists predict that the January CPI, to be announced on Friday, fell 0.3%.
Sources told "Haaretz" that representatives of investment bank Barclays were in Israel hoping to close an acquisition deal on Xilinx's behalf.
The Tel Aviv-based company has pioneered software defined perimeter technology, which will enhance Symantec's cyber defense platform.
Roundtrip fares will start from $1,000 for the flights, which commence in July.
New rules introduced by the European regulator have hit the Israeli contract-for-difference (CFD) online trading services platform.
The company says that it is considering all of its business options, including an IPO.
The offering was scheduled to end yesterday, but the company is continuing it for another day.
The television commercial use fictitious product names, but the allusions to popular brands are clear.
The Supervisor of Banks favors approval of the sale, while the Bank of Israel's legal director opposes it.
Frenkel has brought his stake in the Israeli UAV company to 24.6%, giving a further boost to its share price.
The three other bidders are the Elco group, the Kedma Capital investment fund, and the Nir Weizman-Brown Hotels group.
Israeli metrology and inspection equipment manufacturer Camtek has also licensed its triangulation technology to Chroma.
A new company will be formed to build hotels in Tel Aviv under the Play brand.
Gantz, who is running for the Knesset at the head of his Israel Resilience Party, is a director at real estate company Amot Investments and at Elron Electronic Industries.
Helen and Michael Abeles sold just over 1% of the shares in FIBI Holdings at a 3% discount on the market price.
Employees will receive a 2.2% pay increase and a bonus for 2018.
The billionaire owned a 15.7% stake in the Israeli technology company a year ago.
The US investment company is offering NIS 330 million for B Communications, the controlling shareholder in Bezeq.
Africa-Israel's bondholders are renewing their application to foreclose on Moti Ben-Moshe's guarantee, and seek alternative buyers for the company.
FIMI is paying $47.5 million for the Migada plant, which produces equipment to protect against hazardous pharmaceuticals.
The telecommunications company has invited offers from credit card companies to back a customers club offering financial products.