Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman Informs Investors of ‘Substantial Savings’ (Layoffs)

Philippe Dauman

Viacom’s stock closed down 4.4% on Friday following a disappointing quarter in which the company missed Q1 revenue estimates as it faces concerns about inventory and fewer stock buybacks, as reported by Seeking alpha. Even as Viacom is making plans to launch a new streaming option for Nickelodeon, layoffs might be likely as the company tightens More...

NHL Commissioner Bettman May Put Ads on World Cup Jerseys, Will Leave League Shirts Alone

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While Gary Bettman, NHL commissioner, said ads might appear on World Cup hockey jerseys, he doesn’t foresee any changes in the traditional league uniforms, as reported by More...

MatrixBI Certified as Microsoft Gold Partner for Fourth Consecutive Year

Matrix BI

Matrix BI, an Israeli company specializing in the development and implementation of leading solutions in Business Intelligence (BI), has been certified for the fourth year in More...

German Giant Evonik Reps Seeking Cooperation With Technion

Evonik in Israel

A delegation of senior representatives from Evonik Venture Capital arm of Evonik Industries visited Israel technological and scientific university in Haifa, the Technion, as part More...

Google Reaches Deal on Privacy in UK

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Google has changed its privacy policies in the U.K. It was forced to do so in order to avoid heavy fines. The company has promised to better inform users as to how it handles More...

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British Anti-Semites Plan Rally in Stamford Hill, Spew Facebook Venom

A white supremicist anti-semitic group is planning a rally in on March 22 to protest what they call the “Jewification of Stamford Hill,” according to Ynet. The district More...

75 Senators Say They Won’t Support Palestinian Aid Until US Reviews International Criminal Court Bid

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Seventy-five of 100 U.S. senators signed a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry stating that they will not support foreign aid to the Palestinian Authority until the Obama More...

Billionaire Jeff Greene Denies Chutzpah Statement, Says Minimum Wage Should Actually Be Raised

Billionaire Jeff Greene, who got a lot of media attention when he said the average American should tighten his or her belt and expect less, claimed he was misquoted by a reporter More...

Samsung Invested in 8 Israeli Start-Ups in 2014

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 Samsung Electronics President: Israel is second only to Silicon Valley in total Samsung investment. Samsung has become More...

Facebook Co-Founder Eduardo Saverin Invests in 99.Co

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Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin has a new business venture. The son of a wealthy Jewish Brazilian family is one of a More...

Nouriel Roubini Nouriel Roubini: An Unconventional Truth

 Who would have thought that six years after the global financial crisis, most advanced economies would...

Alexander Soros Alexander Soros Contributes Essay to Book on Descendants of Holocaust Survivors

Alexander Soros, the son of billionaire investor George Soros, has contributed an essay to a recently-published...

Ricardo Hausmann Harvard Professor Ricardo Hausmann: Redistribution or Inclusion?

The issue of rising income inequality loomed large at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos....

Arab Bank of Jordan Reports Robust Loan Growth

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Jordan’s Arab Bank Group, the leading lender in the country, reported loan growth with a 15% increase More...

Mark Zuckerberg Can Afford a ‘Spend to Win’ Strategy for Facebook

Facebook reported successful quarterly earnings, but like many large companies, it might have to keep spending More...

Bill Ackman Gets Behind Someone Else’s Hedge

Bill Ackman is doing something new and is getting behind another hedge besides his own, but it is still a hedge More...

Royal Commission in Melbourne Investigates Sex Abuse Allegations in Jewish Community

Manny Waks, the head of Tzedek, AUSTRALIA

  A Royal Commission in Melbourne will investigate sexual abuse charges in the Jewish community that have More...

Saudi Claim of US Defense Contractor Suicide Belied by Texting Record

It’s a mystery. Maybe. Christopher Cramer, 50, of New Hampshire, was working for Advance Defense Systems More...

U.S. Law Enforcement Using Facebook to Find Suspects, Collect Evidence

Facebook has become a useful tool of law enforcement authorities in their continuing efforts to locate suspects More...