Spotify Partner TV to launch Spotify for subscribers

Partner is offering Spotify Premium to subscribers for a free three month trial after which there will be a monthly fee of NIS 19.90.

Landwer straws Israel's Landwer cafes to replace plastic straws

The chain, which has 77 branches around the country, will soon complete switching the entire chain to biodegradable cardboard straws.

Rami Levy and Daniella Abramson-Benita Rami Levy buys Teller bakery stake

The boutique bakery is controlled by CEO Daniella Abramson-Benita and Kobi Levy, Rami Levy's son.

Amikam Cohen  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Hutchison execs in Israel seeking Partner control permit

US administration pressure on Israel to restrict trade relations with China raises concern that Hutchison will have difficulty in obtaining a permit to control the telecom company.

Unilever Klik chocolate snack  / Photo: Shany Moses , Globes Unilever Israel raising prices by up to 15%

The company is reducing the size of its packages for Kariot, Klik, Nishnushim, and other products in Israel.

Taboola and Outbrain management  / Photo: Noam Galai Will the regulator approve Taboola-Outbrain merger?

There are very real grounds for the Israel Competition Authority to nix the merger of the content recommendation companies.

Adam Singolda and David Kostman Outbrain and Taboola unite against Google and Facebook

The threat from the giants led the two companies' heads to set ego aside.

Len Blavatnik Len Blavatnik to inject NIS 100m into Reshet 13

Reshet 13 chairman Nadav Topolsky has revealed that the controlling shareholder is injecting capital into the newly merged Israeli TV company.

Cellcom Elco mulls Golan bid for Cellcom

Under former owner Michael Golan, Golan Telecom reached a merger deal with Cellcom, but the Competition Authority then vetoed it.

Hay Galis BIG buys Belgrade shopping center

When fully occupied, annual NOI from the center will be €2.7 million.

Shay Tangi Photo: Revital Mickalis Teddy Sagi Group buys WOW cosmetics

The WOW cosmetics chain is the largest in Israel in the low-cost sector, with 67 branches and 500 employees.

Shufersal Eduardo Elsztain mulls selling Shufersal stake

Discount Investment announced today that it was considering the sale of its 26% holding in Shufersal at a price yet to be determined.

Nir Sztern Photo: Sivan Faraj Cellcom, Pelephone employees end strikes

Nir Sztern insists layoffs are necessary as part of a company recovery.

Amazon parcels in post office Amazon Israel is like a half-empty mall

Amazon's start in other countries where it launched operations, like Australia, Japan and Turkey, was also slow.

Amazon  / Photo: Shutterstock, Plenty of bargains on the new Amazon Israel site

It's still a work in progress, and not yet in Hebrew, but Amazon Israel offers convenience and bargains, especially in electrical appliances.

Amazon Amazon's impact in Israel has been overestimated

Amazon's Hebrew-language website for Israeli sales is leading businesses onto the platform out of concern for "not being there," not for real business considerations.

Zohar Zisapel  / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes Zohar Zisapel moving from auto-tech to AI investments

40 years after founding RAD with his brother, Zisapel is still putting his heart into technology investments.

Netflix "Globes" ranks Netflix as Israel's top 2019 brand

After years of Coca Cola and Google topping "Globes" brand rankings, Netflix takes over as streaming conquers broadcast TV and binge viewing has changed TV habits.

Yigal the Sufersal robot Meet Yigal the robot - Shufersal's shelf re-stocker

Developed by Israeli startup Trax, the robot checks the shelves for shortages several times a day.

IKEA campaign with McCann Photo: IKEA McCann campaign Credit dispute mars prize-winning IKEA campaign

The Reut NGO says it conceived the McCann Tel Aviv ThisAbles IKEA accessibility campaign, which won 11 Cannes Grand Prix prizes.

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