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  • HAIFA, Israel _ Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. on Wednesday reported a loss of $6.6 million in its fiscal second quarter. On a per-share basis, the Haifa, Israel- based company said it had a loss of 8 cents. This story was generated by Automated Insights using data from Zacks Investment Research.

  • TEL AVIV, Feb 9- Nochi Dankner, once one of Israel's most powerful businessmen who lost his business empire in the global financial crisis, has appealed to the country's supreme court against his conviction for manipulating share prices. It is expected to take several months until the Supreme Court hears the case and in the meantime Dankner will remain free, a...

  • TEL AVIV, Feb 9- Nochi Dankner, once one of Israel's most powerful businessmen who lost his business empire in the global financial crisis, has appealed to the country's supreme court against his conviction for manipulating share prices. It is expected to take several months until the Supreme Court hears the case and in the meantime Dankner will remain free, a...

  • *Trump, Netanyahu meet on Feb. 15 with Iran atop agenda. *Both see Obama-backed Iran nuclear accord as bad deal. But people familiar with the Trump administration's thinking say that its evolving strategy is likely to be aimed not at dismantling Iran's July 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers, as presidential candidate Trump sometimes advocated, but...

  • TEL AVIV, Feb 7- Teva Pharmaceutical Industries was left without a permanent chief executive on Tuesday after Erez Vigodman stepped down, leaving new management to restore confidence in the world's biggest generic drugmaker after a series of missteps. Teva, Israel's largest company, said late on Monday that Vigodman was departing immediately and would be...

  • Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., conducts a news conference at the RNC after a meeting of the House Republican Conference, February 7, 2017.

    Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.

  • CNBC Update: Senate Dems in session against DeVos nomination

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Senate Democrats continuing their marathon session to stop the vote on Betsy DeVos' nomination as Education secretary and Twitter taking more steps to clamp down on abuse and hate on its platform.

  • TEL AVIV, Feb 7- The chief executive of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has stepped down, leaving new management to overhaul the world's biggest maker of generic drugs and restore confidence after a series of missteps sent its shares plummeting. Teva, Israel's largest company, said late on Monday Chief Executive Erez Vigodman was departing immediately and...

  • TEL AVIV, Feb 7- The chief executive of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has stepped down, leaving new management to overhaul the world's biggest maker of generic drugs and restore confidence after a series of missteps sent its shares plummeting. Teva, Israel's largest company, said on Monday Chief Executive Erez Vigodman was departing immediately and would be...

  • Jan 31- A bitter defeat in a U.S. patents case sent shares in Teva Pharmaceutical Industries plummeting on Tuesday, the latest in a series of setbacks that has investors calling for major changes at the world's largest generic drugmaker. A U.S. District Court on Monday rejected four out of five of Israel- based Teva's claims of patent infringement on its...

  • Microsoft to invest $1B a year on cyber security

    The software firm says it will keep investing more than $1 billion annually on cyber security research and development in the coming years.

  • TEL AVIV, Jan 26- U.S. software firm Microsoft Corp will continue to invest over $1 billion annually on cyber security research and development in the coming years, a senior executive said. In addition to its internal security investments, Microsoft has bought three security firms, all in Israel, in a little over two years: enterprise security startup Aorato, cloud...

  • U.S. President Donald Trump signs an executive order at the White House as Vice President Mike Pence and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus look on in Washington, D.C. on January 20, 2017.

    Newly inaugurated U.S. President Donald Trump is considering his foreign policy stance towards Israel.

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on January 22, 2017.

    Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced plans to visit Washington in early February.

  • As the 45th US President is inaugurated in the USA, the headline on the Evening Standard newspaper reads 'Trump's time has come' on 20th January 2017 in London, England, United Kingdom.

    NBC News takes a glance at what people around the planet are saying about America's new leader.

  • Obama: Status quo in Israel is not sustainable

    At his final press conference as president, Barack Obama answers questions about Israel-Palestine relations and peace in the Middle East.

  • Cellebrite, a digital forensics firm known for helping law enforcement crack into locked smartphones, has itself fallen victim to hackers.

  • President-elect Donald Trump talks to Vice President-elect Mike Pence during a press conference at Trump Tower in New York on January 11, 2017.

    Citizens of countries around the world watched for clues on how the new Trump administration would impact their lives, NBC News reports.

  • But as that plan falters, partly under the weight of China's corruption crackdown, Packer has taken cash out of the Crown Resorts business and pulled back in both Las Vegas and Macau in the past two months- unsettling even seasoned investors who say they need to know what the alternative is for the company. A series of technology investments by Packer, largely in...

  • *Tech firms raised $4 bln privately in 1st 9 months, up 27 pct. TEL AVIV, Jan 5- Whenever potential buyers have approached Tel Aviv- based Fiverr, the technology firm has said no; like a growing number of Israeli start-ups, it has enough backing from private investors to stay independent for longer. Traditionally, many of Israel's numerous tech companies have sold out...