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Gaza Border Kibbutz to Admit Orthodox Members

The kibbutz, which on the eve of Passover, 2008, suffered the worst bombardment by mortar shells since the Israeli disengagement from Gaza (they insisted on celebrating the seder at the kibbutz dining hall), is expecting that "turning into a mixed kibbutz will facilitate growth and development."

Jews Helping in California’s Fifth Largest Wildfire

When the rabbi returned with water bottles to check on his congregants he discovered that two families had already lost their homes to the flames.

TEVA CEO Kåre Schultz Apologizes to Netanyahu for Situation

“I am committed to maintaining Teva’s global headquarters in Israel, including my office. I do this as part of my commitment to Israel..."

Breaking News: Teva to Lay Off 1750 Employees in Israel; 14,000 Worldwide

CEO Kåre Schultz his restructuring plan would restore the company’s financial security and stabilize its business.

Labor Federation Calls General Strike Over Teva Layoffs

The strike announcement followed reports that the company will announce as many as 3200 layoffs tomorrow.

Israel Vies To Be World Leader In Crypto Technology

Several Blockchain startups have been established in Tel Aviv, with a select few already reaching the global spotlight.

TEVA to Relocate Most Israeli Operations, Slash Work Force

A total of 10,000 of the company’s total 56,000 employees are projected to lose their jobs worldwide.

Three Israeli Weapons Manufacturers Sold $7.8 Billion Of Arms in 2016 As Global Demand...

Three Israeli defense companies ranked among the world’s 50 largest manufacturers of weapon systems.

Israeli Tourism Continues to Rise with 24% Increase over Last November

Since the beginning of 2017, tourism has injected $4.5 billion into the Israeli economy.

Israeli Treasury Minister ‘Succeeds’ in Chilling Israel’s Real Estate Market

The Central Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday announced that the increase of nearly 300% in the number of Israelis with two or more apartments, recorded between 2008 and 2015, was halted in 2016.

Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Unmasks Iranian ‘Charming Kitten’ Hackers

Most of the targets were located in the United States, Israel, the UK and Iran, according to ClearSky, which deals with threat intelligence.

The Cost of Resuming Israeli Gas Exports to Egypt: Kiss $2 Billion Good Bye

An interview El-Molla gave to Bloomberg in November damaged the value of Israeli gas companies' shares, on speculation that Egypt would halt the talks on buying natural gas from Israel.

Israeli Government Joins ‘Power Africa’ Initiative, Good News for Energy Sector

Power Africa uses collective problem solving to enable African leaders to pave their own future.

Abeles & Heymann and Hod Golan Announce New VP Sales

Kevin O’Brien brings more than 40 years’ experience in the food business to the table.

Israel’s Economy Minister in Japan to Court Investors

This year's Japanese Mitsubishi Tanabe acquisition of NeuroDerm was the largest deal to date between an Israeli company and a Japanese company.

Bank of Israel Reports Strong Shekel Halts Israeli Exports in 3rd Quarter

"The volume of transactions continues to decline, apparently due to uncertainty regarding the effect that government programs in the housing area will have."

Permanent Court Injunction Blocks Uber Activities in Israel

Uber's Israeli problems are dwarfed by the catastrophe the company is facing around the globe these days over the hacking of 57 million Uber users worldwide.

Amazon in Talks to Launch Israeli Shipping Center

Sites under consideration are located near Tel Aviv and Modi'in.

Israel Cancels Wind Turbines Project to Spare a Rare Falcon

The Environmental Protection Ministry said that cutting the number of turbines would not necessarily reduce the threat to falcons and bats.

Britain Buys Iron Dome Technology

Britain will use the tech to protect the Falkland Islands from Argentina.

An Ailing Teva to Fire 1,000 in Israel

The new CEO Kåre Schultz is renowned for his dramatic efficiency measures in the companies he has run.

Bank of Israel Governor Shopping in Shuk with New Bills

Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug went shopping in the shuk with the new bills, which she (almost) literally printed herself.

Israelis Ignore Thanksgiving, Skip Straight to Black Friday

Israelis don't celebrate Xmas, but they do appreciate a good sale, since Shopping is far better qualified to be the state religion than any known monotheistic option.

German Green Party Fund Pulls Terror Event Money

The Palestinian Authority HBS branch was going to hold events hosting Hamas and PFLP terrorists in Gaza, Ramallah, and Beirut - until HBS found out.

Corporate Giants to Convene in Tel Aviv to Discuss Good Citizenship

The conference’s speakers represent some of the world’s largest enterprises.

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