Alon Hassan Alon Hassan convicted after state appeals

The Supreme Court sent Ashdod Port strongman Hassan's case to the Beer Sheva District court for sentencing.

Israir Israir to launch Haifa-Larnaca flights

Roundtrip fares start at $84. Israir is transferring planes that were used on its Tel Aviv-Eilat route.

Vacation (Photo: Shutterstock) Israelis vacationing in Israel: We don't get our money's worth

54% of Israelis who spent a vacation in Israel say they got much less value for money than they do overseas.

Tesla What does Israel hold for Tesla?

What is Tesla is doing in such an insignificant market? Are Israeli consumers ready to buy expensive cars through an app? Just two of the questions.

Atalya Shmeltzer, president, Shlomo Group / Photo: Aviv Hofi Afcon commences NIS 1b Mobileye office project

Afcon's share price fell 20% in the previous five trading days after the company reported a NIS 25 million third quarter loss.

Jammed Israel Photo: Eyal Yizhar OECD: Congestion charges will bring Israel instant relief

Transport ministers have opposed them, but a new OECD report on Israel's chronic traffic jams proposes congestion charges alongside longer term solutions.

Elon Musk Tesla aims at more than car sales in Israel

US-based electric car maker Tesla has registered an Israeli subsidiary whose activity includes solar energy solutions.

El Al CEO Gonen Usishkin Photo: Sivan Faraj El Al to Oz: Is it serious?

The worse El Al's results are, the more far-flung its destinations become.

Chinese president Xi Jingping and Greek prime minster Kyriakos Mitsotakis Israel a Chinese bridgehead?

If you want to know what the Chinese are after with Haifa Port, take a look at what they're doing in Greece.

Eyal Lapidot (Photo: Tamar Matsafi) Shikun & Binui switches to Q3 loss

Shikun & Binui's share price has risen 153% so far this year, on expectations of improve results under new CEO Eyal Lapidot.

Boeing Dreamliner El Al to trial direct flights to Australia

Test non-stop flights on the Tel Aviv-Melbourne route are planned for the second quarter of 2020.

El Al Boeing 787 Dreamliner  photo: PR El Al tumbles as profit slashed

El Al's third quarter net profit was $27 million, 36% lower than in the corresponding quarter of 2018.

Shlomo Hamelech station on TA Light Rail Red Line under construction  photo: Amiram Barkat BoI eases credit for PPP infrastructure projects

The Banking Supervision Department has announced that it will allow banks to provide more credit for projects seen as critically important for the economy.

Alon Tavor power station Photo: Yossi Zamir, IEC MRC obtains NIS 1.65b loan for Alon Tavor acquisition

The MRC consortium obtained a loan from a consortium led by Bank Hapoalim on limited recourse terms at 2-3% above the Euro Swap interest rate.

Impression of Azrieli Spiral Tower Public space dispute delays Azrieli spiral tower plan

The planning authorities and the Transport Ministry are demanding design changes that Azrieli Group calls "totally impractical."

Na'im Besofash minibus / Photo: Bar Lavi , Globes Tel Aviv area Saturday bus service a runaway success

Bezalel Smotrich: We can dramatically curtail this change in the status quo. Avigdor Liberman: A ray of light.

Lior Tanner / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes "Upmarket passengers are our bread and butter"

El Al frequent flyer club CEO Lior Tanner explains the long-term thinking behind recent controversial changes in the program.

Traffic on Ayalon Highway Traffic jams drive companies out of Tel Aviv

Lengthening travel times are causing people outside Tel Aviv to look for work closer to home.

Amnon Shashua Intel: Mobileye is our fastest growing business

Intel CFO George Davis: Mobileye is already exceeding our expectations with ADAS revenue today that is funding the future of driverless cars.

Electric Volkswagen / Photo: PR Brussels and China will shape Israel's electric car market

New EU regulations and car industry changes in China are brewing a storm that will blow hard in Israel.

Better Place electric cars Electric cars: Popular worldwide, not in Israel

Better Place it seems was in the wrong place at the wrong time, as Shai Agassi's vision takes off in many places around the world.

Tesla Tesla's entry to Israel could end importers' dominance

Other manufacturers are likely to follow Tesla in direct marketing of cars in Israel, thereby bypassing the vehicle import agencies.

Benjamin Netanyahu in Mobileye car  / Photo: Abir Sultanת Reuters , Reuters Rivals take aim at Mobileye

From Europe to China, alliances of startups, auto manufacturers, and tier-1 suppliers are preparing to challenge Mobileye and Intel with their own ADAS systems.

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