Good Pharm Photo: Rafi Levinson Rami Levy's Good Pharm doubling number of branches

The discount pharmacy chain will invest NIS 15 million, and will also increase its non-retail activity.

KFC Photo: Shutterstock KFC hiring staff ahead of reopening in Israel

KFC left Israel in 2012, after the previous franchisee said that he had been pushed into a loss after going kosher.

Outbrain and Taboola Photo: Shutterstock Taboola, Outbrain rule out negative political campaigns

The Israeli content recommendation companies have issued strict new guidelines after "Globes" revealed a campaign to besmirch Benny Gantz.

DriveNets staff Photo: Tamuz Rahman Israeli telco network co DriveNets raises $110m

The Ra'anana-based startup's innovative network solution and business model aim to disrupt telecommunications, so that telcos can meet surging demand while enhancing profit.

Decathlon Photo: PR Decathlon to open largest Israel store

Decathlon's 3,600 square meter store will be in the new BSR City Mall in Petah Tikva on Jabotinsky Street, sources inform "Globes."

Rami Levy Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Rami Levy must sell 9 branches to buy Coop

The Competition Authority will require Rami Levy to sell five supermarkets in Jerusalem and four elsewhere.

Leon Koffler  photo: PR Leon Koffler mulls IPO for Super-Pharm

The company says that it is considering all of its business options, including an IPO.

George Soros Photo: Reuters George Soros cuts Allot stake to 4%

The billionaire owned a 15.7% stake in the Israeli technology company a year ago.

Bezeq Photo: Reuters Searchlight bid for Bezeq parent means 20% haircut

The US investment company is offering NIS 330 million for B Communications, the controlling shareholder in Bezeq.

Partner CEO Isaac Benbenisti Photo: Amir Gossfried Partner takes first steps in financial services

The telecommunications company has invited offers from credit card companies to back a customers club offering financial products.

Ajit Pai Photo: Shlomi Yosef Ajit Pai: Light-touch regulation lets telcos invest

The US FCC chairman tells "Globes" that, "If regulation is not market-based enough, then companies will find they can't make a business case for deploying 5G networks."

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