Eytan Halon

Eytan Halon

Eytan Halon is The Jerusalem Post's Business Reporter.

A former Breaking News Editor at the Post, Halon has an LLB in Law with French from the University of Birmingham, UK, and a Certificate in French Law from the University of Bordeaux, France.

He has served as a combat medic in the IDF and formerly interned at the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations.

Originally from Manchester, UK, he now lives in Tel Aviv.

Bus operators to protest sudden budget cuts in Jerusalem

10/15/2019
Clean Energy Israel

Largest photovoltaic power plant in Israel to commence operations

10/15/2019
Portland Trail Blazers forward Zach Collins (33) shoots a free throw against the Phoenix Suns in the

NBA team denies BDS pressure led to sponsorship termination

10/15/2019

Israel to construct first waste-to-energy power plant

10/15/2019
Jones co-founders Michael Rodman (L) and Omri Stern (R)

WeWork, JLL invest in Israeli property tech start-up Jones

10/15/2019

Israeli start-up to build world’s first lab-grown meat production facility

10/10/2019
Employee holds a container with lab-grown steak as she works in a Aleph Farms lab in Israel

Israeli start-up grows slaughter-free beef in space

10/10/2019

Israeli researchers discover prehistoric humans 'canned' bone marrow

10/09/2019

Bank of Israel keeps interest rate unchanged, hints at future cut

10/07/2019

Israeli insurance start-up becomes latest 'unicorn' with $250m. round

10/07/2019

Government report: 28% increase in cancer-linked air pollution in 2018

10/07/2019
Digitally dyed threads produced by Twine Solutions

Israeli start-up aims to create digital revolution in the textile industry

10/07/2019
Sam&Blondi Hotel on Tel Aviv's Shenkin Street

A taste of 1920s opulence in the heart of Tel Aviv

10/06/2019

Elbit wins $153m. drone deal with Southeast Asian army

10/06/2019

Engineering attracting most Israeli students; law, business in decline

10/07/2019
George Graham, vice president of the Mars Advanced Research Institute

Mars turns to Israeli tech to develop global food solutions

09/26/2019

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