With Coalition’s Fate in a Haze, Smotrich Submits State Budget for Preliminary Plenum Vote
"Here in the State of Israel, we have an opportunity to be an island of stability in a turbulent global economic sea.”
Tel Aviv Chef Restaurant Shuts Down: 10 Weeks of Demonstrations Killed the Business
Messa is located a short walk away from Kaplan Street near Ayalon highway.
Karma Everywhere: Now Moody’s Is Hit
Just imagine it’s your $80 billion you are trusting to Moody’s ability to predict the market.
Survey: Only 12% of Hi-Tech Employees Want their Company to Protest Judicial Reform
“The absolute majority of hi-tech employees in Israel want quiet, and to put the split behind us.”
Karma: Riskified Shares in the Dumpster
Riskified’s share has fallen to a lower value than its initial IPO
Former Finance Ministry Director: Judicial Reform Will Benefit Israel’s Economy
Investors would be criminally stupid to keep their money out of Israel because it is changing the composition of its committee to elect judges.
‘Someone’ Is Selling $ Billions to Boost the Shekel
We were told recently that the central bank was sitting on $200 billion – by now it has lightened the load considerably.
Likud Transport Minister Vows to Cut Taxes on Electric Cars
Regev also said she plans to cancel the travel tax, charging electric car owners based on their mileage.
Anti-Israel Activists Protest Israel Real Estate Expo in New Jersey
Still, despite the noise and roadblocking outside, Israeli exhibitors told JewishPress.com that the event was a success.
Update: Following Silence, Adidas Cuts Ties with Kanye West’s over Antisemitism
“It’s been 14 days since Kanye started spewing anti-Semitic rhetoric and adidas has remained quiet."
Justice Ginsburg’s Gavel Sold for $20,400, Collar for $176,775 at Auction
Justice Ginsburg is remembered not only for her trailblazing time on the Supreme Court but also for her fashion statements.
Motorists Start the Week with Sinkhole Across Tel Aviv’s Major Highway
It was a miracle this happened on Shabbat when traffic in Israel is relatively tame.
Liberman’s Agriculture Minister Wants More Pig Slaughterhouses
Agriculture Minister Oded Forer from Avigdor Liberman’s Israel Beitenu is working on removing the restrictions on the slaughter of pigs in Israel, to allow...
Big Brother in your Wallet: a Guide to the Perplexed on Israel’s New Cash...
The penalties for breaking this law are fines and, possibly, prison.
Everybody Reports Israel Hosted French Soccer Cup with Huge Stars But No One Says...
Shouldn’t French soccer cup games be played in, say, Paris?
Report: More Haredi Men Employed in ‘Non-Haredi’ Jobs
The proportion of Haredi men in typical Haredi world jobs decreased from 28% in 2012 to about 24% in 2019.
Afula Pushing Ban on Shabbat Driving Lessons to Keep Area Arabs Out
Student drivers flock to Afula from nearby Iksal, Shibli-Umm al-Ghanam, and Na’ura, because the road tests for the region are given in the city.
Meet ZMAG, World’s Best All-Terrain Light Reconnaissance Vehicle, Made in Israel
ZMAG offers a 'highly ruggedized suspension system.'
Hebrew U Startup’s Viroblock Effective Against Covid Variants, Influenza, Zika, West Nile, Hepatitis
ViroBlock’s new technology platform demonstrated the potential to rapidly provide solutions for treating current and emerging viral threats.
Original Gerber Baby Ann Turner Cook Dead at 95
The family's neighbor, the artist Dorothy Hope Smith, did a charcoal drawing of Ann when she was a baby.
IMF Report: PA, Gaza Economy in Dire Condition as Political & Security Situation ‘Remains...
Unemployment remains very high in Gaza, at 45%, reflecting the May 2021 conflict with Israel and restrictions on the movement of people and goods.
Russian-Israeli Billionaire Yuri Milner Pledges $100 Million to Aid Ukrainian Refugees
On March 24, 2020, Milner published a statement that he is an Israeli citizen and has never met Vladimir Putin.
Israel to Subsidize Gluten-Free Flour for Celiac Sufferers
As many as 1.5% of Israelis suffer from Celiac disease and require a special gluten-free diet.
Study Shows 70% Drop in New Israeli Startups Since 2016
The findings could not can validate the claim of increased investor sophistication in identifying early-stage success.
Zionism Today: Mikhail Prokhorov (Worth $11.4 Billion) Makes Aliyah
"Kremlin leaders gave him what amounts to an insiders’ opportunity to buy one of the state's most valuable assets."
Watch: Israeli Natural Honey Making without the Bees
By isolating the properties of real honey and producing it without the bees, there are more bees left to pollinate plants to their little hearts’ content.
Russian Film Production Forced to Leave Israel Due to Sanctions
The banks in Russia are unable to transfer money to banks in Israel, and the producers can’t shoot the film without cash flow.
Israel Collected $92 Million from a Single Taxpayer on Crypto Profits
That taxpayer apparently recorded profits of about NIS 1.2 billion ($366 million) from the sale of digital coins, since these sales are taxed at 25% of the profit.
Finance Minister Liberman (Finally) Authorizes Aid Package for Businesses Hurt by COVID
Businesses that prove annual revenue losses of at least 35% in January-February 2022 compared to the same months in 2019 will be eligible to receive up to $185,000.
El Al Testing Organized Prayers on TA-NY Flights
In late January, an El Al flight attendant was documented clashing with Haredi passengers who had assembled for the evening prayer.