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BDS in the Boardroom? Call This NumberRevolutionary hotline to work with government ministries, trade experts to ensure businesses do not get bullied for being Israeli.
Israeli Co. to Be Paid Millions After Orange Faux PasNew deal between Orange Telecom, Partner Communications to the tune of 90 million euro allows Israel an 'out' after boycott call.
Petah Tikva Pride: Town Provides One Fifth of Israel's ExportsA new survey by the Economy Ministry shows that the city, all by itself, is responsible for nearly one fifth of all of Israel's exports.
China's Alibaba Makes First Investment in Israeli FirmChinese e-giant Alibaba funds Israeli start-up in latest collaboration with Asia.
New Law Requires 3% Disabled Workers in All Large BusinessesWithin two years, at least 3% of all workers at firms with 100 or more employees must be disabled people, a new measure says.
Bill to Impose 50,000 Shekel Fine on Bad Businesses'Small step for customer service' to discourage long hold wait, bad return policies.
Next American Brand in Israel: The Children's PlaceAnother well known American brand is coming to Israel: 20 branches of the Children's Place clothing chain will open by the end of the year.
Israeli Business Leaders in Davos Forum Press for 'Peace'MK Moallem accuses businessmen attending World Economic Forum of trying to scare Israelis with false warnings of boycott woes.
Contractors to 'Clean Up' in Rain, Wind DamageHeavy rains caused NIS 30 million in property damage and will generate NIS 20 million in work - and that's just the start.
Israel a Model of Success at Go4Europe ConferenceThe Go4Europe Conference was held in Tel Aviv Monday to support business cooperation between Israel and Europe.
Rabbi Ariel: 'Banks are the Last Place to Borrow Money From'Ramat Gan's Chief Rabbi discusses Halachic prohibition against charging interest and "heter iska" with Arutz Sheva.
US Ambassador: Business Event a 'Great Opportunity' for IsraelisIsraeli businesspeople are cordially invited to a major US investment event in Washington later this year
'Running a Business? It's Easy!'Anyone can succeed in running a business, according to Professor Charlie Harary of Yeshiva University.
Hareidi Business Summit in NYC: 'We're Driven'LTB2013 business summit shows that the popular image of the unemployed hareidi is far from how things can be.
‘Why Does Israel Want Me to Divorce?’Businesswoman asks why couples in business together are punished for being married.
Poll: Businesses in Israel Cannot Be TrustedA new poll by the Israeli Consumers Union shows that Israelis do not trust business owners – retail and services.
Kuwaiti MP Calls for Probe of Alleged Israeli Business TiesA Kuwaiti MP has called for an official investigation of country’s interior minister for allegedly establishing business ties with Israel.
Stalemate in EADS and BAE Merger Threatens DealThe European arms manufacturers have until 1600 GMT on Wednesday
Antitrust Authority Takes on Bakery CartelThe government’s antitrust watchdog has indicted several bakeries for colluding on prices.
For the Man ‘Who Has Everything’ – a Helicopter PadIt seems no one ever has "everything." An Israeli billionaire whose house has a cinema and spa now wants a helicopter pad.
Israel Capable of Producing 250 Billion Barrels of Oil"Our company has mapped over 250 billion barrels of recoverable oil in Israel," says Dr. Harold Vinegar of Israel Energy Initiative Ltd.
Looking for a Job? Try an Israeli HotelLooking for a job? Try a hotel, says an industry official. Israeli hotels are short 4,000 workers, he said.
Car Prices Plummeting, Thanks to Import GlutA glut of late-model cars has been steadily driving prices for vehicles down, and a sale next week could result in even bigger discounts.
Finance: Foreign Direct Investment in Israel Up 16%Foreign direct investment rose from $4.44 billion in 2009 to $5.15 billion in 2010, says UN.
Customer Service: The Next Great Challenge for Israeli BusinessIsraeli business has advanced a great deal in recent years - but there's still one thing missing, says visiting Professor Jean-Charles Cheba