At its peak, the Crazy Eddie chain had 43 stores and reported more than $350 million in sales annually.
Israel's consumer confidence is among the lowest in OECD countries, but in most of these countries, other than in Sweden, Denmark and Finland, consumer confidence has been negative.
The railroad system in the Tel Aviv area is getting a major overhaul -- and commuters must bite the bullet for the next eight days.
A high-level government task force is aiming to bring more new immigrants into the high-tech work force, while training veteran Israelis to enter the field as well.
The hackers have been themselves hacked "massively," revealing the identities of thousands of paying customers and the websites they wanted to target.
General Motors is recalling some four million vehicles worldwide due to a defect that has caused at least one death so far. The company will update the computer software, free, to correct the problem.
World Vision International shuts down its Gaza project and lays off 120 Gaza employees, at least temporarily, after project head indictment shows millions redirected to Hamas.
Search and rescue crews pulled the last three bodies from the wreckage of a collapsed underground parking lot being built in Tel Aviv.
IAI has already entered into an agreement with the Czech company Retia to produce air defense radar systems.
Deri's staff has also been instructed to craft an atomic solution, to be used only if the coalition is certain to collapse.
Iran regains international status and power as Britain re-installs an ambassador in Tehran, and accepts an Iranian ambassador in London.
Mayor Feirberg is the first female mayor elected in Netanya and one of very few women who have served as mayors in Israel.
Peres continued his full schedule prior to Monday's procedure and over the weekend participated in an economic conference on Lake Como, Italy.
The trains are running again and back on schedule, with infrastructure maintenance finished for the time being, according to Israel Railways.
Ex-pat Americans faced with reporting all of their financial and personal banking information may still have some privacy.
Taking for himself the credit that mostly belongs to the gregarious Transport Minister, Netanyahu said his Government has invested almost $9 billion in a massive expansion of highways and railways.
Israeli sports technology company execs were in the United States this summer to showcase their latest products.
An American defense industry player has barged into a deal between Israel and Germany, challenging the agreement with an appeal of the tender process.
Israeli Spacecom Satellite Communications Ltd which owns the Amos 6 is being acquired by Beijing Xinwei Technology Group for $285 million.
Tahina produced by RJM Food Industries on June 23 of this year has been recalled by Israel's Health Ministry.