Monday, October 26, 2020
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.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, sold company shares valued at nearly $95 million to fund their charitable efforts.
In a slightly controversial move, a group of six developers have come together to create Israel’s first digital currency, or bitcoin.
The international financial services and credit ratings agency Standard & Poor’s affirmed Israel’s international credit rating as positive with an A+ score.
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.
Tinder CEO Jake Bronstein’s newest Kickstarter project met its $25,000 goal in a mere 10 hours.
Sheldon Adelson topped Forbes’ annual list of the biggest wealth gainers for 2013.
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.
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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