Thursday, October 19, 2017
Denmark's largest bank is boycotting an Israeli financial institution over its work in the West Bank.
The head of one of the world’s most lucrative financial firms says the support of the Jewish community was the key to his success.
Shares of an Israeli biotech company raised $73.8 million after it went public for the first time Thursday.
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.
An Israeli legal rights NGO warned bank branches that they remain liable to compensate families of victims of terrorism from frozen Iran bank accounts.
The OECD praised Israel’s economic growth in 2013 and predicted that its economy will continue to grow in 2014 and 2015.
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.
Israel's unemployment rate is declining, reaching new historic lows at a time where other nations seem to be headed in the opposite direction.
A study by the Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel found that a majority of Israel’s 192,000 survivors are struggling financially.
Szubin leads the enforcement of sanctions against terrorists, weapons proliferators, human rights violators and rogue nations like Iran.

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