Tnuva, Israel's largest food company, is entering the private label sector for the first time.
Unlike Searchlight, Zeevi is making his bid directly to B Communications' bondholders.
Horesh is buying shares from Leumi Partners, Discount Capital Markets and Super-Pharm controlling shareholder Leon Koffler.
85% of the bondholders voted to conduct exclusive negotiations with Searchlight in preference to Gad Zeevi.
Israel's largest experiential gifts platform has recruited Leumi Card's former corporate marketing manager.
Cofix acquired the shares in the deal by which Rami Levy acquired a controlling interest in Cofix.
The company said sales of its smartphone were less than expected.
Only 2% of patients worldwide know about the Israeli pharmaceutical company, even though it has 200 million daily users.
In Israel, Kenichiro Yoshida will also meet with a limited number of startups, probably in image processing and gaming.
The share price of Internet distribution and modernization co Somoto has jumped on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Facebook VP product management Guy Rosen talks to "Globes" about the effort to keep election campaigning clean, but admits: "The problem is unsolvable."
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."