Retirement Talk and MarketingIsraeli financial expert Douglas Goldstein helps you prepare for retirement. Plus, a word or two about effective marketing.
Baidu Will Pay Music CompaniesAddressing Western Complaints of violations of intellectual property rights China's premier search engine signs deal with western music companies.
Summers' Wintry Blast at EULawrence Summers has warned the EU that it is running out of time and Germany, in particular, must step up to solve the crisis.
Meretz Stickers Illegal?MK Aryeh Eldad files police complaint against Meretz activists who marked products made in Judea, Samaria.
Arab Spring Broke TourismThe “Arab Spring” has led to an investor exodus and a drop in tourism as fears of terrorism send tourists to other destinations.
'Go Green' and Make MoneyIsrael’s "green machine" helps make the country energy independent, lessens the need to buy coal from Israel-haters and makes money for homeowners.
Egypt-Israel Deal ‘Out of Gas’The latest Egyptian-Israel gas pipeline blast signals a further erosion of “goodwill” from Cairo, says Landau. Electricity prices to soar.
Jellyfish Attack Electric PlantJellyfish have attacked a power plant in Ashkelon, just days after workers in Hadera warned their own plant was facing a similar invasion.
Debt Contagion Threatens ItalyEurope's failure to convincingly tackle the problems in the smaller states has now created doubts about the major economies.
Tourism Set to Break Records262,000 visitors entered Israel in June 2011– a record for the month of June. In the first half of 2011, 1.6 million visitors arrived in Israel.
IsraAID to Help South SudanThe Israel Forum for International Humanitarian Aid (IsraAID) will help the world's newest country get started.
Lebanese-Israeli Energy War?Lebanon warns Israel is “playing with fire” by staking out energy claims in the Mediterranean. Beirut says Israel’s discoveries belong to Lebanon.
Israeli Diamonds Among the BestAN international jewelry and diamond exhibition took place this past week in one of the world's best-known diamond making countries: Israel.
Lake Kinneret Water Level DropsThe water level in Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee) has dropped 20 centimeters in the past month, according to environmental officials.
Jellyfish Threaten Israeli PowerJellyfish have become the latest threat to Israeli energy consumption as the creatures begin to clog the power station at Hadera.
‘Short Week’ Idea May Not WorkA proposal to put Israel on a shortened work week, with Friday a half-day and Sunday a vacation day, may be buried before it gets off the ground.
Gas Flow from Egypt ResumesGas began to flow again from Sinai to Israel Tuesday night as Egypt determined that the pipeline bring gas to Israel was only slightly damaged.
EU Unity? Not for JobsIan Duncan Smith,Labor and Pension Secretrary, complains that jobs created are being swallowed up by immigrants
EU Bailout is a Greek TragedyThe austerity package that passed the Greek Parliament and the parallel injection of credit is a major gamble that could make things worse.
European E. Coli from Egypt? An outbreak of the deadly E coli bacteria that spread across Europe last month has been traced to fenugreek seeds from Egypt.
Denmark Blocks Israeli SecurityDenmark is refusing to allow Israeli security personnel to carry arms and conduct routine security checks of passengers at Kastrup Airport.
Sarkozy Bucks the TideFrance already gets most of its power from nuclear energy and is sticking with it for competitive and ecological reasons.
Greece Paralyzed By StrikeGreece is voting with its feet against austerity with a 48 hour general strike that will contribute further to the country's problems.
Keeping Israeli Business IsraeliKnesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin called on Israeli corporate executives not to rush to give up control of their companies to foreign elements.
New Plan to Preserve Dead SeaTourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov is hoping to persuade the prime minister Monday to adopt a plan to keep the Dead Sea from dying.
Apple Removes '3rd Intifada' AppAnti-Israel computer application called “The 3rd Intifada” has been removed from the Apple App Store for violating its developer guidelines.
Israel Okays Gaza Construction Israel has given the go-ahead for a building project in Gaza. A massive amount of construction materials will be transferred.
PA Claims 'Gas' Theft Near GazaThe Palestinian Authority accuses Israel of "stealing" its natural gas resources by authorizing exploration of Gaza waters for gas fields.
Bill: 2.5-Day WeekendMKs Elkin and Levine propose Friday-Saturday-Sunday weekend bill in support of similar initiative by Minister Shalom.
El Al Damage Began in Singapore Damage that caused an El Al passenger plane in Israel to make an emergency landing last month has been traced to Singapore.
‘10,000 New Homes per Annum’Cabinet decides to formulate National Housing Commissions Law to cut through red tape and solve housing shortage.
GE to Build New R&D CenterGeneral Electric is pumping another $3-5 million into Israel with its eighth R&D, this time focusing on medical devices and CleanTech.
Israeli Tech Heading to ParisAt next week's Paris Air Show, Israel will, once again, put on display some of the groundbreaking defensive and weapons systems developed here.
Citigroup Unit to Acquire NessIsrael's Ness Technologies is to be acquired by Citigroup's international venture capital unit in a deal valued at $307 million.