Investment house Altshuler Shaham has an 11% stake in Internet Gold, which controls Bezeq through B Communications.
500-square meters stores will be opened in Ashdod, Ra'anana, and Rishon Lezion.
After the sale, Discount Investment Corporation, saw its stake in Shufersal cut from 50.1% to 33.6%, leaving the supermarket chain without a controlling shareholder.
The market attributes Sagi's interest to his European ecommerce business.
The company, which developed a voice-based social platform, is laying off all its employees in Israel.
The fund invests in a variety of sectors, including communications and media.
Mizrahi, then CFO, left Bezeq in 2016 in protest at transactions with companies belonging to controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch.
Estée Lauder subsidiary Elcalil already has 25 stores in Israel.
Following his success with Camden Market in London, Sagi wants to try his luck at Shuk Tzafon.
The commodities company says that the hike follows a crisis on the rice markets in Thailand and India.
Apple has two official importers in Israel, but no retail store.
It is uncertain whether the Israel Antitrust Authority will approve the merger even though all the country's three commercial TV stations are losing large amounts.
The Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation will have to deposit €12 million with the European Broadcasting Union in August.
The offering of shares and warrants is being made in parallel to negotiations on the sale of control in Bezeq.
Internet Gold has received offers from overseas investors for its holding in B Communications, which directly controls Bezeq.
Eko has developed interactive video technology that enables viewers to choose how the plot will continue.
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