Potash-Israel Chemicals Merger Faces Obstacle From Government
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. is in discussions to acquire Israel Chemicals Ltd. (ICL) less than five months after it dropped a bid to raise its stake. Talks may be even more difficult this time as the country heads to January elections amid ...
Potash Corp., Israel Discuss ICL Holding
Potash Chasing Russia as No. 1 in Israel Deal: Corporate Canada
Potash Confirms Deal Talks with Israel Chemicals
American citizens living in Israel, abroad cast votes
Democratic and Republican representatives debate Sunday at the Jerusalem-based Association of American and Canadians in Israel, drawing a crowd of more than 100 Americans living in Israel. (Photo: Michele Chabin for USA TODAY) ...
Israel's Netanyahu , France's Hollande push for tougher Iran sanctions
PARIS — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won pledges Wednesday from France's president to push harder for new sanctions against Iran to keep it from developing nuclear weapons — but no sympathy for any possible Israeli military strike ...
US warns Israel off pre-emptive strike on Iran
Barak: Israel won't outsource its security to anyone
Hollande warns Iran after meeting Israeli PM
The Times of Israel
Becoming a people that shall dwell alone
When the election is over, the next Israeli government might have to begin talks with the Palestinians. The talks might begin with one scenario or another, but their conclusion, at least as far as Israel is concerned, will depend on the prime minister ...
PA seeks November UN vote on status bid
Peres meets UN's Serry, calls for peace talks
Palestinian officials scour Europe in UN recognition push
Israel's deputy foreign minister vows next Israeli government will draft ultra ...
JERUSALEM — Israel's new hawkish bloc will do away with a contentious system of draft exemptions for ultra-Orthodox men if it forms the next government, Israel's deputy foreign minister pledged Wednesday. If the vow is implemented, it would put the ...
Israel: deputy Foreign Minister vows to end draft exemptions
US Jews: Ashamed of Israel, proud to be Jewish
While in Israel the election campaign is still warming up, US Jews have been in the height of the "hot season", as it is defined by Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer, for quite a while now. If his name sounds familiar, it's probably because he is the son of former US ...
Candidly Speaking: An election of great import for Israel
Romney or Obama, Israel will see steady US course
Lost That Loving Feeling?
Los Angeles Times
Review: Israel Philharmonic, rising above differences
Los Angeles Times
There was no mention of Sandy at the Israel Philharmonic's concert in Walt Disney Concert Hall Tuesday night. It wouldn't have hurt to play a little something in solidarity of the millions dealing with the storm's devastation, the Israelis having just ...
Israel Philharmonic concert: Music, media and protesters
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra noteworthy, but distractions blemished night
Fischer Battling Israel's Housing Bubble: Mortgages
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer is signaling he's ready to stave off a potential housing bubble like the one that triggered the U.S. housing collapse, even as the government focuses on re-election. The central bank announced home loan limits ...
Surprise Israel rate cut was about strong shekel, weaker economy
Bank of Israel Unexpectedly Cuts Rate, Sets Mortgage Limits
Nice to ClickSoftware Jump Pares Monthly Slump: Israel Overnight
The Bloomberg Israel-US Equity Index (ISRA25BN) of the largest New- York traded Israeli companies rose 0.7 percent to 83.66 as trading resumed following Hurricane Sandy. The gain reduced the October decline to 3.6 percent. Nice Systems posted its ...
Israel eyes more Iran sanctions
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held his first face-to-face talks with French President Francois Hollande Wednesday to push for tougher sanctions against Iran over its nuclear programme. Netanyahu was on a two-day visit to France, a permanent ...
Iran insists it obtained drone images of Israel
Israel Lobby Calls for an 'Iranian Pearl Harbor'
Official: Israel believes sanctions on Iran are affecting aid flow to Lebanon ...