Partner Telco Partner entering electricity supply

Partner has joined rival telecommunications companies Cellcom, Hot, and Bezeq in obtaining a power supply license.

Amazon  / Photo: Shutterstock, Amazon lowers threshold for free delivery to Israel

Amazon is now offering free delivery on purchases from its US website from $49.

New immigrants / Photo: Sasson Tiram How to encourage tech aliya

The government plans to fill Israel's technology worker shortage from the Diaspora. "Globes" offers some tips.

7-Eleven / Photo: Shutterstock 7-Eleven to open first Tel Aviv store in 2022

Although open seven-days a week worldwide, Franchisee Electra Consumer Products says the store will only operate six-days a week in Israel, remaining closed on Shabbat.

M51's Tel Aviv offices  credit: Ofir Dor Int'l ad fraud trail leads to Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard

Companies like Google and Amazon fell victim to a scam that infected Android devices to present false data to advertisers.

Viola Ventures congratulates portfolio companies on their IPOs credit: City Media Apple's privacy move pressures Israels digital ad sector

Companies like Playtika, ironSource and Outbrain have been struck blind when it comes to Apple users. Nasdaq IPO Photo: PR Why aren't unicorns seen in Tel Aviv?

High-value Israeli tech companies prefer a flotation on Wall Street to the local market, and will probably continue to do so.

Rapyd billboards Photo: Rapyd Tel Aviv's battle of the billboards

With a chronic shortage of talented employees, Israel's tech companies are investing in billboard ads to help fill their rapidly growing number of job vacancies.

Amir Shlachet credit: Eyal Izhar Oiling the wheels of e-commerce

Amir Schlachet left a stellar banking career to co-found Global-e. From the perspective of a $7 billion market cap, he tells "Globes" it was not a classic startup tale.

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