Friday, July 3, 2020
Channel 10, an Israeli commercial broadcasting television channel, has inked a deal with a Chinese network provide debt relief to the channel.
A new Israeli technology could make water leaks in the home a thing of the past.
Coca-Cola has withdrawn a Twitter campaign after a counter-campaign by Gawker tricked it into tweeting chunks of the introduction to Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
China's state-owned Bright Food is in negotiations with Tnuva, Israel’s largest food company.
EBay on Monday announced the acquisition of SalesPredict, an Israeli start-up that predicts consumers’ buying behavior.
A study commissioned by the New England-Israel Business Council reports that companies with Israeli ties are a driving force in the Massachusetts economy.
Playbuzz, a media company co-founded by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s son, raised $15 million in funding, most coming from Saban and Disney.
Billionaire financier Louis Bacon bought Taos Ski Valley, a family-owned New Mexico ski resort founded by a Jew who fled Nazi Germany.
After animal rights protests, Israel will not take a shipment of livestock from Australia.
A free archive containing 72 years of editions of the Detroit Jewish News has gone online.
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