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Sunday, March 4, 2018
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Arab Israeli women make inroads in education, job market, study says
Taub Center report shows that share of Arab Israeli women pursuing higher education is growing, but many challenges remain
Israel reached out to US hackers for ‘Zero Days’ tools
Leaked 2015 Defense Ministry letter soliciting information on software vulnerabilities described as 'bizarre' by some recipients
Middle East martial arts masters hit the mat for amity
With talk of deflecting violence, not spreading it, a gathering of leading global athletes convenes in Israel in a show of respect
Bezeq owner, ex-PM aide released to house arrest after 15 days in custody
Tel Aviv court discharges Shaul Elovitch and Nir Hefetz following interrogation of Netanyahu, wife in 'Case 4000' corruption probe
Israeli medical cannabis company announces record $110 million deal
Medivie Therapeutic warns it will sell knowledge instead of plants if government fails to legalize exports soon
Ministers are selling themselves to the public, with millions in public money
A shift in criteria for government campaigns allows Miri Regev, Naftali Bennett and others to voice their own accomplishments, and it's starting to sound a little off-key
Prince William’s Israel visit busts a royal taboo
The news that HRH Prince William is going to visit Israel is to be wholeheartedly welcomed. A long-standing Foreign Office taboo has been broken, only four months after Theresa May’s extremely warm words about Israel at Lancaster House during the celebration of the centenary of the Balfour Declaration. Royal visits have always been a central plank of Britain’s diplomacy over the centuries, and this one is a statement that Israel is no longer going to be treated like the pariah nation it so long has been by the Foreign Office....
After probe dust settles, will Bezeq be able to regain investors’ confidence?
Shares of Bezeq Israel Telecom have advanced some 2 percent since the start of the year, outperforming the wider benchmark index, as investors start to look beyond the fraud and bribery allegations that have dogged the controlling shareholder and key managers of the country's largest telecommunications firm, to focus instead on the new board...
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is up for sale in bid to draw investors, boost volume
CEO receives a 3-month option to sell up to 71.7% of Israel's only exchange in search for strategic foreign partner
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