Israel is waking up to its dramatic shortfall in infrastructure compared to most developed economies and a potential increase in spending is bound to offer the private sector a raft of new opportunities. » Read More
By: Ferry Biedermann, special to CNBC.com
By: Ferry Biedermann; special to CNBC.com
The financial effects of a Palestinian-led boycott against Israel are unlikely to be catastrophic, according to industry experts. » Read More
China's investors and markets are becoming increasingly important to Israel's economy, and in particular to its booming high-tech industry.
Toyota's research arm has just announced itself on the Israeli start-up scene, confirming on Tuesday that it has led an early-stage funding round in Israel's Intuition Robotics.
Israeli pension funds are expected to get a waiver that will allow them to invest in four new high-tech funds for which the government issued new tenders this week.
Israeli manufacturers this week, not for the first time, sounded the alarm bells over the strong shekel, which has been trading at three-year highs against the dollar.
Israel's high-tech industry is brimming with products that have made the jump from military application to civilian markets, both software and hardware.
India and Israel were ramping up cooperation on clean water technology, science and agriculture.
An experimental farm showcasing Israeli agriculture technology is in the planning stages outside Wagga Wagga in Australia.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes to Israel next week (July 4), for a historic first visit of a government leader from the subcontinent.
The field of high-tech and venture capital investment is known worldwide for its low percentage of women in senior roles.
Israel's self-styled image as a global innovation hub got a bit of a knock last week with the appearance of the European Union's annual European Innovation Scoreboard.
The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is about to see its largest IPO ever with the sale of part of the Tamar natural gas field by Delek Drilling.
Three founder-CEOs of Israeli blockchain startups explain their often rather grand visions for the future of their companies.
Investors in Israel’s high-tech sector have reacted with relief to a new ban on trading binary options to foreign clients that the government approved yesterday (18 June). The ban still has to be voted on in the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, and will then join the one that was approved last year on marketing such products to domestic customers.
Israel will hold a lottery to sell 15,000 apartments at reduced prices under a program to help ease starters into the housing market.
A record-setting round of fundraising by Israel-based blockchain startup Bancor has focused attention on the technology in the country.
CNBC takes a look at five Israeli companies that are at various stages in making medicine mobile.
Solar power generation company Energiya Global expects to capitalize on the Trump administration's emphasis on "fighting Jihadism".