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Nir Sztern photo: Yossi Zwecker Streamlining pushes Cellcom to Q2 loss

One-time expenses for early retirement of 200 employees caused the company a NIS 37 million second-quarter loss.

Partner CEO Isaac Benbenisti Photo: Amir Gossfried Partner's profit continues to shrink

Partner's television service which surpassed 100,000 subscribers, helped boost its revenue from landline services.

Xiaomi Photo: Hemilton Group Xiaomi opens first Israel store

The Chinese brand today opened its first store in Dizengoff Center in Tel Aviv.

Netta Barzilai Photo; Daniel Kaminsky Compromise reached on financing Eurovision in Israel

Kan will take a loan in order to deposit the guarantee required by the European Broadcasting Union.

Minute.ly founders Photo: PR Minute.ly launches live broad broadcast analysis algorithm

The company's AI algorithm also automatically generates broadcast summaries.

Reserved Photo: Shany Moses Reserved opens first Israel store Wednesday

The international fashion brand Reserved is offering hundreds of trending items for women at affordable prices

One Equity Partners Logo MediaKind to set up Israel R&D center

One Equity Partners has acquired Ericsson's video and TV division and renamed it MediaKind.

Shufersal Shufersal posts 23% Q2 profit growth

A decline in operating profit at the supermarket chain was offset by a rise in the value of its assets and a lower finance expense.

Zehavit Cohen  photo: Rami Zarnegar Apax cancels Zap IPO

The cancellation comes after investment institutions demanded a 40% cut in the offering price.

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.

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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