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A display for a Lee Cooper Kids branch.
Lee Cooper opens branches in Beersheba, Acre

The four new branches were opened with an investment of NIS 2 million.

JERUSALEM AND HERITAGE Minister Ze’ev Elkin (center left) and Mayor Moshe Leon (center right) in Jer
Jerusalem opens support center for businesses affected by virus

The center will provide both on-site and telephone support on a wide range of topics.

A closed notice is seen on the door of a store at Little Havana neighborhood, as the spread of the c
Coronavirus rent negotiation is ‘typical Jewish behavior’

A Jewish business owner of bagel chain in Scottland was told by her landlord that asking for alternative rent payment because of the coronavirus crisis was just "typical Jewish behavior."

Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce president Uriel Lynn
Coronavirus: 'Courageous' decisions required to stop businesses collapsing

The President of the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce has called on the Finance Ministry to inject "a lot of money" to help Israeli businesses cope with the impact of coronavirus.

WeWork considering curbing Neumann's voting power to save IPO

Revising Neumann's supervoting rights, which give him 20 times the voting power of ordinary shareholders, was among the changes being discussed.

Traders look at screens at a bank in Lisbon, Weds.
Expect slowdown in 2019, Mercantile rep says

The year 2019 will have slow growth in China, Japan, Germany and other countries, Zion Becker, vice general manager of Mercantile Bank noted.

PRESIDENT and COO of Franklin Templeton Investments Jenny Johnson awards Uzi Yitzhak
Franklin Templeton opens office in Herzliya

The fund may invest in investment grade and non-investment grade debt securities.

Participants at this Birthright Excel 2018 opening event at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
Building Israel-Diaspora relations by building careers

Alarm bells started ringing when a major 2013 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center revealed the extent to which younger American Jews are becoming decreasingly attached to Israel.

The Israeli helping the poor and disabled find homes in Niagara Falls

"It was an adventure. I like adventure. I come, I start, I try to open a restaurant in New York City, I lost all my money, I start to wash dishes in a basement. And up, up, up the stairs."

Three Belzer Hassidim received their law degrees this week from the haredi campus of Kiryat Ono Coll
The impact of the Hassidim who graduated law school this week

There are now more than 1,000 haredi applicants who want to join Kamatech to try to build their start-up ideas. They were given a chance and the floodgates have opened.

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