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Past articles by Yoram:

Israeli firm makes breakthrough in ‘milkless mother’s milk’

Wilk, which creates cultured milk from breast cells, aims to improve the quality of infant formula alternatives → Read More

An early winner of Russia’s invasion: Israel’s defense industry

The war in Ukraine caused Germany to double its defense budget, and sent other European countries scrambling for weapons ■ The big victor is Elbit Systems – whose shares soared by 18% in two days → Read More

Intel to buy Israeli chip maker Tower for $5.8 billion

Tower specializes in analog chips used in the automotive, mobile, medical and aerospace industries, and it will allow Intel to expand into the foundry market of bespoke chips → Read More

Israel's Teva Pharmaceuticals is last defendant in N.Y. opioid trial

Lawyers for the state and New York counties argued that the companies used deceptive marketing and failed to monitor and report suspicious orders of opioids as required by law → Read More

Once Israel’s national airline, El Al is fast becoming the Haredi carrier

El Al is about to lay off 1,500 employees, and sell or stop leasing a third of its jets, in the company's latest financial maneuvers → Read More

Once Israel’s national airline, El Al is fast becoming the Haredi carrier

El Al is about to lay off 1,500 employees, and sell or stop leasing a third of its jets, in the company's latest financial maneuvers → Read More

Israeli firm inks $50 million deal to upgrade Sri Lankan Israeli-made fighter jets

The Sri Lankan Air Force has been using Israel's Kfir fighter jets since the 1990s, which played a major role in the country's 28-year-long civil war → Read More

Israeli startup Nanox gets FDA approval for digital X-ray system

The company's device promises to change the way medical imaging is used and make it much more widely available by cutting the cost → Read More

Israel offers flag carrier El Al $230 million

Agreement would require airline to stop charging state for security and other personnel for next 10 years → Read More

After bankrolling son’s purchase of El Al, Kenny Rozenberg makes move to take over

Jewish American nursing home tycoon immigrates to Israel, poising him to take control of the country's troubled national carrier → Read More

Israeli airline El Al intends to fire a third of its workforce, pending receipt of loan

El Al layoffs to go into effect only after receiving a state-backed loan of $300m; airline will send letter of intent to employees → Read More

Israeli food giant Tnuva mulls $2.8-billion IPO

Chinese company, kibbutz partner want to act after Israel's biggest food maker boosts profits as it expands into categories with higher margins → Read More

Israeli defense firm Elbit wins contract to build Greek air force flight school

Defense deal inked amid growing tensions between Greece and Turkey over their mutual claims to major gas reserves discovered in the Aegean Sea → Read More

Israir likely to stop Shabbat flights, lay off dozens of workers, CEO says

Such a step would put a second Israeli airline already hard-hit by the pandemic at a competitive disadvantage of not flying on days of religious observances → Read More

Supermarket king Rami Levy wins bid for struggling Israir

The mogul sees synergies between his discount supermarket empire and the airline → Read More

Mexico’s social security agency sues Israel’s Teva for allegedly bribing doctors

Israeli pharmaceutical giant accused of earning $18.6 million through bribes to doctors at hospitals owned by Mexican Social Security Institute → Read More

Huge quarterly loss for El Al after coronavirus destroys peak season

El Al has restored service to a number of destinations around the world – but the airline is still facing huge operational and financial problems → Read More

How COVID-19 dethroned the would-be king of the Israeli cinema world

His Cineworld is struggling not only with COVID, but competition from streaming and heavy debt → Read More

Deep in debt, major Israeli grocery chain bought out four years after buying competitor

Yeinot Bitan is one of Israel’s four major grocery store chains, with 140 stores and annual turnover of 3.5-4 billion shekels. → Read More

Businesswoman who lost control of Israel’s flag carrier sets sights on smaller airline

Tami Mozes Borovitz, former El Al owner, is one of six submitting bids to buy tiny Israir → Read More