On Monday Forbes released its 29th annual list of every billionaire on the planet, and it features a record 1,826 people, or 181 more than last year.
Research claims Europe cities tolerant toward Jewish communities during the Renaissance are reaping financial benefits from such tolerance to this day.
Israeli companies based in Massachusetts brought $9.3 billion to the state in 2015, outpacing the Massachusetts economy in overall revenue and job growth.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, sold company shares valued at nearly $95 million to fund their charitable efforts.
Several Jews, including Bibi, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Facebook founder Zuckerberg, are featured on Forbes list of the World’s Most Powerful.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development projected Israel’s economy will grow by 3.5 percent in 2015.
A major French bank closed the account of a BDS group on grounds that it is illegal to support financial transactions of entities aiming to boycott Israel.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently released its list of the most philanthropic Americans of 2013, and nearly half the names on the ranking were Jewish.
The Obama administration will continue to block Iran’s access to the dollar, its top sanctions official said amid speculation to the contrary.
A Dutch financial body has announced it will no longer work with Israeli banks, citing the Jewish state’s presence in the West Bank as reason.