Teva Layoffs

  • Some 1,780 Jerusalemites are employed at the city’s two branches of Teva

    Economy minister: Teva should earn its tax breaks

    By MAX SCHINDLER

  • Some 1,780 Jerusalemites are employed at the city’s two branches of Teva

    Jerusalem's Teva turmoil

    By PEGGY CIDOR

  • Teva Pharmaceutical Industries workers block a road during a demonstration near the facility

    Is Teva’s downfall pharma’s Lavi moment?

    By YAAKOV KATZ

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister

    Netanyahu thanks United States for 'defending Israel's truth'

    By HERB KEINON

  • Politicians can decry Teva layoffs, but why did they give billions in tax breaks?

    By MAX SCHINDLER

  • A Teva Pharmaceutical Industries building in Jerusalem

    PM to Teva boss: Minimize damage to workers, especially in periphery

    By HERB KEINON

  • Hundreds protest at Teva plant following layoffs announcement

    By ALON HOCHMON/MAARIV,YUVAL BAGNO/MAARIV,MAX SCHINDLER,JPOST.COM STAFF

  • Teva

    Pharmaceutical giant Teva to lay off employees at Israel branches

    By SHARON UDASIN

  • Saving Teva

    By SHLOMO MAITAL

  • WORKERS OF Teva Pharmaceutical Industries stand at the entrance to their facility in Ashdod earlier

    Middle Israel: Wanted, Capitalism with a human face

    By AMOTZ ASA-EL