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Israelis walk past a branch of Bank Leumi in Tel Aviv

Bank Leumi CEO: It's difficult to recruit talent for banking system

The CEO of Bank Leumi spoke about the difficulty in recruiting talent for the banking system, the severe recession in Europe and Israel's economic status.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
13/09/2022

Upstep has record August, sells 300% more insoles than 2021

After many months of optimization work, the company created a solid foundation for a significant increase in sales, while improving all the data at the same time.

Meet the company specializing in testing standards that is coming to Israel

TÜV SÜD’s entry into Israel will help create collaborations between businesses and labs in Israel and internationally, will increase professional standards and introduce technological innovations.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
03/08/2022

Levi Strauss heir would join US Congress’ richest with NYC win

Dan Goldman, an heir to the Levi Strauss & Co. fortune, is one of several candidates vying in the Democratic primary to represent the 10th Congressional District of New York City.

By LAURA NAHMIAS/BLOOMBERG NEWS/TNS
01/08/2022

Upstep looking to crowdfund $4m.

This is Upstep's second crowdfunding campaign, after 2021 one, in which the company raised $2.5m., breaking a crowdfunding record in Israel.

Sternum’s IoT security makes major strides in defiance of tech tumble

TECH TALK: More than 500 tech employees in Israel were laid off in a single day on July 24. But not all tech fares badly in times of economic uncertainty.

Israeli businessman kidnapped in Brazil released

The businessman was released by his captors after local Brazilian authorities successfully geolocated his whereabouts.

22/07/2022

This Israeli app uses AI for hearing aids' testing

“Tuned” simplifies the process of buying hearing aids, makes it accessible and enabling the sale of hearing aids everywhere.

By Lior Novik/Maariv
12/07/2022

Minimum wage should be increased to NIS 6000 a month - Labor MK

Efrat Rayten chaired an urgent meeting in an attempt to save an economic deal that would raise Israel's minimum wage. The goal: NIS 6000 per month by 2024.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
04/07/2022
Exterior of Rami Levy HaShikma Marketing supermarket in Givat Shaul, Jerusalem, Israel.

Rami Levy's son-in-law's salary up for re-approval

Rami Levy shareholders will be asked to change the benefits formula and other bonuses to which the CEO’s son-in-law is entitled.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
28/06/2022
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