Iran vote delayed to avoid influencing Israel's election, senator says
Peres on Netanyahu speech: When the US president tells you not to come to US, you don't go
Rivlin addresses UN at Holocaust memorial
Obama: Netanyahu meeting before Israel election 'inappropriate'
Health Scan: Genetic mutation affects ovaries
New Worlds: Complex metal pieces ‘printed’ at Technion
It takes a village
Wolf Prizes in the sciences and arts presented to nine North Americans
The science behind online charitable giving
Israeli, Palestinian agriculture officials cooperate to curb bird flu spread
Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a start-up
Presenting: A cross between a pomelo and an orange and other novel Israeli produce varieties
Delving into the ‘Night’
Kelis bringing a taste of 'Food' to Israel - but no milkshakes, please
A taste of Barcelona in Tel Aviv
Steamrolling Maccabi TA makes hard work of Gilboa
Haifa in dire straits after Mac PT defeat
Israman an inspirational experience for all involved
Kiryat Shmona held by Sakhnin, remains in 2nd place
Cruz: Probe if State Dept. funds used in Israeli elections
Likud likens V15 activity to past corruption allegations against Herzog
Hostilities in North give Likud boost in latest 'Jerusalem Post' poll
26 parties submit final lists for election
Yachad and Otzma end furious row and unite electoral lists
Masked Arab teen arrested in A-Tur for attacking police with arsenal of firecrackers
Palestinian who threw firebombs shot dead, army says
'Israel knew about the Gaza tunnel threat but did nothing about it'
Nasrallah confirms Hezbollah, Iran bolstering presence along Golan border
Liberman: Israel's policy toward Hezbollah spurring terror from Lebanon, Syria
German judge convicts man for shouting ‘Death to Zionists’ at march
BBC to investigate presenter’s Israel questions at Paris protest march
Lithuanian Jews, Zuroff spar over Holocaust research center
Portugal okays law of return for Sephardic Jews
Nightmare for Italian Jewish leader and TV crew after being locked inside Auschwitz
Analysis: Egypt and the new terror onslaught
Sisi: "Egypt faces long, tough battle against militants"
Analysis: Iran’s human rights failure
ISIS executes second Japanese hostage
Experts see family competition behind Saudi king succession struggle
When news is not really news
Letters: February 1
It couldn’t happen today
Iran’s nuclear program is a threat
A drive for justice
Xin Chào, Vietnam
Hating Jews for Allah
Book Review: Telling his own story
Book Review: An Israeli ambassador, aboveboard
Hot off the Arab press
Middle Eastern date desserts for Tu Bishvat
This week in Jerusalem
Wading Through Widowhood: The power of life
Coming full circle
Grapevine: Campaigning in many tongues
Wading through widowhood
A feast for the senses
What’s really at stake in this election: unilateral pullout from West Bank
Iran and Hezbollah – an explosive combination
Striking terror targets in Syria - Israel's rights under int'l law
Anti-Semitism and the battle against Jihad
A song for Shvat: 'Song of the grasses'
אַתְ לְבַדֵך תָבִינִי
Giving Beit Shemesh children a helping hand
18 recommendations that could determine Israel’s fate before the ICC
Happily Eva After: Ushering in 2015 the Eva way
Netanyahou sous le feu des critiques
Questions à Tzipi Livni
La violence refait surface
La liste de Herzog
Commémoration du 70e anniversaire de la libération du camp d’Auschwitz
Les mots valent mieux que la violence
Coexistence festive à Haïfa
Festival du film juif de Jérusalem, que la lumière soit !
Chocs, cheikhs et schiste
Une démocratie tronquée
Hautement qualifiés, fortement motivés
2014, un excellent cru pour l'aliya
Israël VS Hezbollah
Unis contre la terreur islamique
Le califat : rêve ou cauchemar pour l’islam ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Qui a tué Alberto Nisman ?
L’antisémitisme à la tribune des Nations unies
Islamophobie et antisémitisme : une comparaison problématique
Le 11 septembre français ?
Obama dismisses Muslim faith claims, says he is devout Christian
On first official visit to US, Rivlin addresses black Christian leaders in Brooklyn
In shadow of Paris attacks, UK faith leaders sign anti-hate declaration
Pope Francis calls for Christian Unity
Birth control ban doesn't mean breed 'like rabbits,' Pope says
JNF Canada Staff Mission Visits Projects for Disadvantaged Youth
Friends of JNF Australia Visit Negev Communities
International Dental Convention Participants Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Holiday Cheer as KKL-JNF Distributes Christmas Trees
Serbian PM Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Sharing and Learning - German Forestry Students Intern with KKL-JNF
Israel and Finland Connect through the Environment
KKL-JNF Experts Visit China for Future Environmental Collaborations
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
Nigerian Forestry Delegation Sees KKL-JNF Desert Afforestation First-hand
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
WMC 2015 Closing Evening Reception
Living on the Edge in the Gaza Periphery
Former UN Ambassador Dan Gillerman at WMC 2015
WMC 2015 Opening Reception at Beit Hatfutsot
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
02.01.2015 | 12 Shevat, 5775
The study, which examined over 10,000 Israeli start-ups founded between 1999 and 2014, found that 46% had closed and were no longer active.
By NIV ELIS
Delek to sell Phoenix Holdings, reportedly to China’s Fosun.
By NIV ELIS,REUTERS
By AARON KATSMAN
Visualead makes QR codes out of other images, sprucing up the usual black-and-white pixelated image.
The reasons for continued use of the device in the two countries is starkly different.
Israel's economy actually grew by an annualized .2% in the third quarter of 2014.
According to the International Monetary Fund, emerging- market (EM) economies are forecast to grow 5 percent in 2015.
Osem has embarked on a campaign to get Heinz, which accounts for about a third of Israeli ketchup sales, off supermarket shelves.
Dr. Daniel Teper relies on other new immigrants who have skills and experience cultivated abroad for his business.
These OECD proposals may be bad for Israeli and other exporters.
By LEON HARRIS
Last year, the IMF projected that by 2015 the global economy would be growing at 4.8 percent; with the exception of the US, recovery is taking longer than expected.
By DAVID ZWEBNER
This study is the latest in a long line that statistically show a serious lack of financial awareness.
By AARON KLEIN
Voluntary disclosure program tackles the problem of unreported capital.
By REUVEN SHIFF
Sheltered from regulation, online entrepreneurs flourish.
By EITAN AROM
Noble Energy and conglomerate Delek Group owned rights to develop the huge Leviathan natural gas field off the country's Mediterranean coast.
By NIV ELIS,YONAH JEREMY BOB
"There’s nothing wrong with testing and questioning authority and tinkering with a business idea or model to get the most out of it."
By ISSAMAR GINZBERG
Study released Wednesday found that 80% of Israeli households "could not make ends meet."
Currency crisis has key differences from 1998 crash.
"There are specific sectors of the market that are all but guaranteed to perform well during the next few months. Getting out of stocks now could be costly."
By JOSEPH MORGENSTERN
Easy to predict the future, huh? Look no further than the latest five-day weather forecast to see how difficult it is
Be a defensive investor.
By HAROLD GOLDMEIER
Committee finds import regulations impose more of a cost on Israeli consumers than import duties; issues slew of recommendations to cut red tape.
‘I wish that Israelis had the same culture of stock-market investing, especially from a young age, as Americans have’
The Histadrut has campaigned on raising the minimum wage from NIS 4,300 a month to NIS 5,300 a month.
A thorny tax question over the years has been whether “pool cars” available for general use need to be allocated for tax purposes to particular employees.
“This is huge news for the sector and the economy in general. The employment terms we agreed upon are unprecedented,” Union of Construction Workers chairman Yitzhak Moyal says.
By ILAN COHEN
The market is a bubble akin to the real-estate market of 2005, ready to burst and drag share prices down 20% or more.
How is it that in every case of banks rigging markets, whether in the UK or the US, the same pattern of a multibillion- dollar fine and some discreet “letting go” of individual traders is repeated.
By PINCHAS LANDAU
“We decided to lead a competition that would last a month and a half, in a unique and original format, during which the needs of different developers would arise.”
Former Likud minister says 0 VAT plan will not help housing prices.
Without a strategic plan, policies are created and put in place willy nilly, without coordination, long-term funding, and assessment of their long-term consequences.
"This is an important day for the Israeli public, in which the first step in the process to recover control over proceeds from our natural resources has been implemented," Lapid said.
By SHARON UDASIN
It’s our short-term memory that skews our perception.
Treasury: Protective Edge cost economy .6% of growth.
There is a gradual erosion of confidence in the banking institutions, in the people who run them and in the governments and agencies who are supposed to regulate them.
The 10-week trial will begin in a few weeks at Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Bed Bath & Beyond Inc in Orlando and Tampa, Florida.
The connection between market crashes and the Noahide flood is actually clearcut: Both are fueled by excess liquidity, physical in the case of the flood and financial in the case of the markets.
Speculative-grade bonds became ubiquitous in the 1980s as a financing mechanism in mergers and acquisitions.
It’s vital that assets be earmarked per individual family to avoid quarreling. Far too many times large families have become embroiled in inheritance issues
Mail to be delivered 2-3 times a week; post offices to stay open later.
Arabs often have greater difficulties finding employment in the high-tech sector than their Jewish counter-parts.
Finance Minister Yair Lapid’s greatest challenge is answering the question he himself posed in his campaign.
Very large gap between expenditures and revenues, says Nissan Slomiansky.
Ministry says that an efficiency plan, which has already been approved by the director-general, is currently being implemented.
By NIV ELIS,SHARON UDASIN
All workers in court administrations, secretaries, transcription professionals, the criminal section, public offices and the fax department will be instructed not to work.
Bank of Israel keeps interest rate at record-low of .25%.
Consistently falling prices is the opposite of inflation and is termed ‘deflation’ – an economic malady considered by almost all mainstream economists to be worse than ‘inflation.’
In 2011, Israel passed a law allowing angel investors to claim a deduction for Israeli tax purposes for investments in certain Israeli hi-tech startups.
Second quarter - before Protective Edge began - GDP revised downward.
Tel Aviv-based maker of fertilizer and specialty chemicals filed with US regulators to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
President Rivlin and Prime Minister Netanyahu are presented the new bill by Bank of Israel Governor Flug.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Finance Minister Yair Lapid, at opening, reiterates vow not to raise taxes.
By GLOBES,NIV ELIS
It is known that donations from the Jewish community worth hundreds of thousands of pounds a year have flowed regularly into Labor’s coffers.
By JERRY LEWIS
5 millions de litres de pétrole brut ont recouvert les paysages féeriques de la Arava en même temps qu’ils levaient le voile sur un secret bien gardé : l’entreprise Katzaa
By SYLVIE BERGER
Paul Taylor, author of "The Next America," will discuss US generational changes at the Globes 2014 Israel Business Conference.
On Monday, Dr. David Geffen will tell the story of how his grandfather made Coca-Cola kosher
By JORDYN SCHWERSKY
Andrew Cuomo will be promoting an initiative to attract foreign investment to New York state.
One pilot killed, another seriously injured in California crash of passenger spaceship.
Thierry Leyne, a banker who held dual French and Israeli citizenship, reportedly leapt to his death from his 23rd-floor luxury apartment in central Tel Aviv. He was 48 years old.
S&P: Regulatory uncertainty could ultimately hurt Israel's credit rating.
By SHARON UDASIN,NIV ELIS
The company already has over 10 million US users, who have sent over 500 million videos
Based on the German chain Aldi, which owns US chain Trader Joe’s, the market will freeze out big food manufacturers, opting for alternative manufacturers and store-branded items.
Japanese PM arrives in Israel with delegation of 100 top businessmen and government officials.
By HERB KEINON
Histadrut Chairman Avi Nissenkorn praised the bill's cabinet approval.
Change in GDP methodology helped keep deficit at bay.
Agreement will raise miniumu wage to NIS 5,000.
GE manager says greater threat than boycott movement would be for Israel to lose competitive edge through excessive taxes, bureaucracy, or decline in educational excellence.
His funeral will take place Monday at 4 p.m. at Har Hamenuhot Cemetery in Jerusalem.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Former employees demanded millions, threatened to leak credit card info
By BEN HARTMAN,NIV ELIS
Growth for all of 2014 is projected at 2.2 percent, with Israel's 50-day war in July and August having shaved off about half a percentage point.
The Israeli-made public transportation app has also added more than 300 new cities in 2014.
By GIL TANENBAUM - JEWISH BUSINESS NEWS
Israeli-based Smile Clock app will not stop buzzing unless you put a smile on your dial.
Go4Israel encourages general collaboration between Israel, Asia.
Program to operate with goal of encouraging start-ups to engage in the fields of intelligent transportation and alternative fuels.
The Sheshinski 2 Committee was tasked last year by Lapid with examining the state’s taxation and royalty policies for the exploitation of natural resources.
New company Global Bridge Australasia is taking Israeli business Down Under.
By CAROLINE FRANK
Anticipated new smartphones to be priced in Israel at NIS 3,500 for 16GB regular iPhone, while iPhone 6 Plus is set to go for NIS 4,200.
Startups will compete for a NIS 100,000 prize and the chance for a NIS 1 million investment from the bank’s “fin-tech” fund.
Urban renewal project will transform capital’s entrance into world-class business district.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Government approves $1.3b. investment plan for Sderot and Gaza border towns; Prime minister: We must maintain our responsible economic policy.
Poll shows 60% of Israelis oppose increased defense spending at expense of welfare, 44% opposed to Lapid's 0 VAT plan.
Two weeks ago, Israel Chemicals announced plans to close its magnesium factory in 2017, which employs 550 people.
Foreigners have been pulling money out of Britain, but Britons have also been pulling money out of Scottish banks and financial institutions.
Kahlon blasts finance minister for "increasing demand without expanding supply;" Haredi MKs say PM opposed to housing plan.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The leaders of the next generation
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
By JERUSALEM POST IVRIT TEAM
According to the statistics, Israel is quite well off, fairly cheerful, healthy, and a great place to live and raise children
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Once a model of urban vision, the closest city to Masada is battling to overcome economic crisis and social transition.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
On memories from bridge club.
By DVORA SHURMAN
Tal Bodenstein’s coffee amounts to much more than a hill of beans.
By MIRIAM KRESH
The Diamond Exchange is known as one of the country’s leading business centers, but it is also a high-end residential area.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Tel Aviv is a major transfer market for Austrian Airlines.
By AVI HOFMANN
Astrology for the week of October 24, 2014. Tip for the week: Things begin to move forward as the week progresses.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
Celebrities go Gaga
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
At present, China is in a critical stage of reform and development.
By ZHAO DACHENG
Israel has recently started to attract the interest of Chinese investment funds.
By ALEXANDER B. PEVZNER
The Iranian regime must experience ever-mounting pressure until it ceases its pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability.
By DAVID IBSEN
Israel’s success as an innovator is also reflected by its global standings in various high-tech industries, especially those closely associated with the defense industry.
By GARY SHAPIRO