Dr. Herbert Diess met Benjamin Netanyahu, visited Yad Vashem and discussed the development of robotaxis with Gett CEO David Waiser.
68 Israelis including carers have been flown to Russia by the charity Fulfilling Dreams, following a six figure donation from Roman Abramovich.
The Ministry of Finance and the Rothschild Caesarea Foundation have reached agreement on the financial disputes between them.
The Tel Aviv mayor wants to reduce the number of planned housing units on the site from 16,000 to 8,000 and keep the airport operating.
Influential economist Luigi Zingales talks to "Globes" about digital monopolies, praises Netanyahu's grasp of economics, and reflects on the future of Europe.
Trend figures for February-May 2018 show an annual rate of inflation of 1.5%.
Purchases of new housing units dropped almost 20% in the past 12 months.
The Israeli entrepreneur is leaving basketball team Hapoel Jerusalem but sources inform "Globes" that he is negotiating for a stake in an NBA team.
Rents are rising faster, despite the fall in housing prices, according to the Bank of Israel Monetary Committee.
The university is planning to allocate a quarter of the donations to high tech related subjects.
A smart city is no substitute for a sense of belonging.
395,900 tourists came to Israel in May 2018, 14% more than in the same month last year.
30 of Osem's 50 bookkeeping department employees will be fired.
Over the past 12 months, Israel's foreign currency exchange reserves have risen from $106.2 billion to $114.7 billion, the Bank of Israel reports.
Technion president: The money is for the campus in Israel.
Water will flow into Lake Kinneret from the National Water Carrier for the first time and two more desalination plants will be built.
Hybrids and plug-ins costing over NIS 300,000 will bear higher purchase tax rates like conventional luxury vehicles.
There will be a special track for items for home construction or renovation.
In a budget forecast update being presented to the government today, the Ministry of Finance has revised upwards its growth forecast for 2018.
Local authorities in Israel constantly proclaim grandiose plans for bicycle paths, and then fail to carry them out.
Eduardo Elsztain told the "Globes" Capital Market Conference that IDB's problems have been caused by Cellcom's slide.
Most private sector employees can only dream about the regular pay hikes, abundant vacation time and other benefits offered by public service.
With the working population aging, worker abundance will end. Nirit Cohen analyzes where this may lead us.