Eini recommends trade union division head for job, but Cabel says he will challenge; Gal-On: Outgoing chairman turned organization into one of "protectionism and deals."
Petah Tikva-based Teva Pharmaceutical Industries recently announced plan to fire 5,000 employees worldwide.
Yacimovich moves up race for party chairman because she is afraid of facing former IDF chief, a source close to Ashkenazi said.
Histardut Labor Federation Chairman cancels event in which he was expected to react to planned port reforms.
Transportation minister responds to talk about possible general strike if government moves ahead with plans to build private ports.
FinMin concedes draft budget a blow to middle class, but necessary measure to prevent economic collapse.
Lapid is caving on vital reforms. But it’s Netanyahu who maneuvered him into a job he can’t handle
Chambers of Commerce says hike in textile import taxes could cost public hundreds of millions.
Israel spends more time on strike than any European country; Shelly Yacimovich says limiting unions is undemocratic and evil.
If they are consistent and resolute, Netanyahu and Lapid can win the war they have decided to wage on the monopolies; the labor unions that tried to flex their muscles this week are not the political Tarzans they were a generation ago.