Joseph Shapira

State Comptroller asks Steinitz to delay gas plan

State Comptroller Joseph Shapira says he is about to issue his own report on the industry.

Karnit Flug  picture: Eyal Yitzhar Flug: Public perception of Israeli banks is not accurate

Governor of the Bank of Israel Karnit Flug says Israeli banks' profits are not excessive.

Western Galilee  photo: Yotam Yakobson Israelis leaving big cities

Israelis are bucking a global trend by moving into smaller communities.

What is the connection between divorce and circumcision?

A divorce case currently being conducted in various courts raises questions about the authority of the Rabbinical Court to deal with subjects that are not bound by their very nature to the divorce suit. Does the Rabbinical Court have the authority to compel a Jewish citizen in Israel to circumcise his son against his will? How far will the Rabbinical Court expand its authority?

Dr. Norman Bailey US Supreme Court decisions negative for Israel

Israel's positions on Jerusalem and against BDS have been weakened.

Tue: Banks lead rises

The Tel Aviv 25 rose today, but, on the day the gas agreement was unveiled, energy stocks were mostly weak.

Israel Post Alon group set to leave "Israel Post" partnership

The "Israel Post" had the third largest newspaper circulation in Israel in 2014.

Elsztain Elsztain to double cash injection into IDB

Elsztain will put NIS 200 million into Discount Investment as part of a NIS 500 million rights issue.

Mega store  photo: Eyal Yitzhar Mega owes NIS 1.3b

Supermarket chain Mega lost NIS 436 million in 2014 and NIS 87 million in the first quarter of 2015.

Channel 10 Channel 10 awarded 15-year broadcasting license

Channel 10 had been on the verge of closure; it is now Israel's first television licensee.

Merck HQ Germany  photo: Bloomberg Merck buys remaining stake in Qlight Nanotech

Qlight's products upgrade LCD screens and LED lighting.

Mega store  photo: Eyal Yitzhar Mega suppliers restrict deliveries

Angel Bakeries CEO: If I don't give them bread tomorrow, they might as well close down.

FIMI's Ishay Davidi FIMI negotiating Oxygen and Argon Works acquisition

Oxygen and Argon Works is Israel's largest manufacturer of industrial gases.

Stephane Richard Orange to pay Partner up to €90m

Orange has signed a new agreement with Partner, effectively compensating the Israeli carrier for the damage caused by its CEO Stéphane Richard's anti-Israel remarks.

Ori Yehudai Frutarom announces yet another acquisition

Frutarom has bought US company Foote & Jenks for $4 million.

Hamat Hamat setting up Turkish factory

Hamat: Production costs are 30-40% lower in Turkey than in Israel.

Benjamin Netanyahu photo: Reuters Netanyahu defers Knesset vote on gas agreement powers

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered that the agreement should be published as soon as possible.

Tamar Gas cos will have to offer two pricing models

If customers select neither of the two options, the parties can negotiate a different mechanism.

Emerson Electric unit buys Israel fire sensor co Spectronix

The $100 million price tag represents a 31% premium on yesterday's closing share price.

Ira Palti $13m Latin American deal boosts Ceragon

The region's biggest cellular operator again chose Ceragon's solutions as part of its 4G deployment.

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