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Bezeq Bezeq directors on subsidiaries' boards in breach of license

According to Bezeq's license, only the company chairman can be a director in the company's subsidiaries.

Cellcom TV Photo: PR Cellcom TV passes 200,000 subscriber threshold

Cellcom says its television business is already breaking even.

Eataly Photo: Reuters Eataly in talks to open first Israeli outlet in Azrieli Sarona

A previous attempt to open an Eataly outlet in Rishon Lezion's Hazahav Mall failed.

Zehavit Cohen  photo: Rami Zarnegar Apax set for Zap TASE floatation next month

Apax is trying to sell shares in the Internet company at a NIS 650-700 million company value after buying them at a company value of NIS 145 million.

Datorama  photo: PR What makes Datorama worth $850m to Salesforce?

Datorama has grown rapidly into a company with significant revenue and major customers, but its contribution to Salesforce lies ahead.

Ran Sarig, Efi Cohen photo: Shlomi Yosef Salesforce buys Israeli marketing analytics co Datorama

The price is estimated at $850 million. Datorama's Israeli employees will join Salesforce's Marketing Cloud development team.

Haim Saban Possible credit card link-up boosts Partner

Rosario CEO Eran Jacoby: Investors understand that the big asset is customer data.

Amazon Photo: Reuters Amazon probes Israeli market

Amazon's free delivery campaign was designed to test consumers' responses, with a view to establishing activity in Israel.

telemarketing  photo: Shutterstock Don't call us: Ministers approve anti-telemarketing bill

The bill protects telephones of customers against unwanted marketing.

Amazon Photo: Shutterstock Amazon halts free delivery offer in Israel

At the end of last week, Amazon introduced free delivery for purchases in excess of $80 for its customers worldwide.

Ron Lauder Photo: Tamar Matsafi Ron Lauder's JCS quitting Israel

The company, formerly a significant communications player in Israel, will sell the two buildings it owns in Jerusalem.

startups Retailing automation co Trigo Vision raises $7m seed round

Trigo Vision has unveiled its system for eliminating the checkout process by tracking customers in stores.

Castro building, Bat Yam  photo: Amir Meiri Castro to build Bat Yam residential tower

The fashion company, controlled by the Rotter family, will leave its headquarters in Bat Yam.

Teddy Sagi  photo: Yossi Cohen Giant screens coming to Israel's streets

Meir Edri has teamed with Alltrade, partly owned by Teddy Sagi, to bring Israeli street advertising into the digital age.

Guy Azrad  photo: PR Marvell Israel laying off 90

The company, which has 650 employees in Israel, was based on the acquisition of Galileo Technology.

Robert Cohen  photo: PR Czech investment bank raising $100m for Israeli tech

Czech-European investment bank Benson Oak is founding a new venture capital fund specifically for investments in Israel.

Daniel Ayalon  photo: Kfir Ziv Highland Capital mulls bid for Bezeq

Highland Capital Management, represented in Israel by former Israel ambassador to the US Daniel Ayalon, has informed Internet Gold of its interest in buying the latter's Bezeq stake.

Bar Refaeli Photo: PR Castro gears up to face Amazon

Merging with Hoodies gives Castro the size and variety needed to compete in today's fashion market.

Yossi Vardi and Jeremie Abihssira  photo: Brett Kline Israelis strive to shine at Paris VivaTech

This year's Viva Technology show highlighted Africa's emerging high-tech scene, but Israeli startups made an exciting contribution.

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