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The investigation concerns the payment of bribes to officials in various African countries, including Kenya, by the Tel Aviv-listed company.
When women are business owners, their firms are generally smaller and are less valuable than those owned by men.
Last month, Arison was questioned as a suspect in an investigation into alleged corruption.
More than 550,000 Israelis participate in some 8,000 dedicated volunteer projects; Peres joins in efforts by painting fence in Talpiot.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi,GREER FAY CASHMAN
If you ever see a woman walking down the street sporting a jersey wrap dress, there is one person responsible for that: Diane von Fürstenberg.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
‘Forbes Israel’ ranks the country’s most powerful women; Labor leader and head of the opposition Yacimovich gets 13th spot.
At least 9 Jews top Forbes' 2012 list of world’s most powerful women; 'NYT' Executive-Editor leads the pack at #5.
By RUTH EGLASH
Leaving the world's income in the hands of a few companies puts global economy at risk.
By GABRIEL BACALOR
Slowdown in home sales; 25 Microsoft execs to visit Israel; Israel Chemicals posts $370m. profit
When philanthropic projects succeed in attaining their objectives and prove they are being run efficiently the state should get involved as well.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Court angers advocacy groups by turning down request for NIS 5 million from Ofer Glazer.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
"Leef, 25, became the generator of the biggest revolution Israel has ever known. She opened the valve, and the pent up pressure blew out."
Capital gain of NIS 85 million will be reported on the sale.
By FADI MUALEM/GLOBES
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