'The industry is hard at work and the investors are still in the game.' -- Ofer Sela, partner in KPMG Somekh Chaikin's technology group.
The Iranians have recently sold 32 tons of heavy water to the US.
President Reuven Rivlin and his counterpart from Uruguay enjoyed a cordial conversation in Jerusalem, agreeing on numerous points.
“The confidence factor that Turkey projected abroad has eroded."
The European Union wasted no time establishing a presence in Tehran.
Diplomatic, economic and trade ties appear to be warming up between Iran and Greece.
'Happy' music star Pharrell Williams won't be making music in Israel this summer.
Turkish energy officials met in Gaza with Hamas over the increasing power outages that plague the enclave.
El Al says its pilots are to blame, since they are executing labor sanctions that mess with the company's schedule causing those delays.
A worldwide search for Gutnick's assets is being conducted, with special focus on his offshore holdings in America, Europe and Singapore.
The committee also succeeded in repelling the Israeli tax authority, which wanted initially to be able to use information gathered by Israeli banks for the IRS.
The Techotels will seek to become the central hub for hi-tech entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and executives in NY, Israel and the Bay Area
"The key factor for resolving the housing crisis is a conceptual change in the planning process, the land development and the construction methods."
In the future it may be possible to make use of the study’s findings to breed crops with a higher yield and a greater resistance to drought.
The US State Dept. approves a sale to Israel involving $300 million in Sea Hawk helicopters, parts and tech support.
The Jerusalem municipality has approved two more lines for the city's Light Rail and an extension of the current Red Line.
"We should have a big water problem but we don't, we have a water surplus. We have a water surplus because we've developed ingenuity to overcome this."
Prime Minister Netanyahu shares incentives aimed at encouraging ties between Israelis and Kenyan entrepreneurs.
"For the past two years we have been receiving messages from Mekorot each morning telling us that there is no water in the pipes."
According to Cisco’s Chairman, John Chambers: “Israel is the most innovative country, producing the best startups..."