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Reduction in provision for credit losses jumps Bank Hapoalim's net profit line: NIS 1.42 billion
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

A sharp reduction in the provision for credit losses jumps Bank Hapoalim's net profit line: The bank managed by Dov Kotler earned NIS 1.42 billion in the second quarter, compared with only NIS 133 million in the corresponding quarter. The profit reflects a return on equity of 14.5%. In the first half of the year, Poalim earned NIS 2.77 billion, compared with only NIS 325 million in the corresponding half, which was affected by the first closure. In the item of expenses for credit losses, where the Bank recorded income of NIS 647 million, compared with an expense of NIS 1.1 billion in the...

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Aug 16, 2021

State Comptroller: Netanyahu's government had many significant shortcomings in treating Corona
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

State Comptroller Netanyahu Engelman published a special report with many significant shortcomings in the treatment of the corona epidemic in the first, second and part of the third wave. Together with the then replacement prime minister, Bnei Gantz. The Comptroller referred to the fact that the lack of a state budget harmed the government's budgetary conduct in times of crisis, to harm students following prolonged distance learning through zoom, and also to the fact that no solution was found to the issue of contagion by returning to Israel via Ben Gurion Airport. Persistent and raised...

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Aug 31, 2021

Teva will be prosecuted for providing illegal incentives to two charities
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

Teva will be prosecuted for providing illegal incentives to two charities to encourage the use of the drug Copaxone to treat multiple sclerosis, and allow the company to bounce the price of the drug without hurting the demand for the drug. A Massachusetts court has rejected Teva's request to outright dismiss a lawsuit filed against it by the U.S. Department of Justice in August 2020. According to the lawsuit, Teva fraudulently withdrew payments from the federal health insurance company Medicare, flowing $ 328 million to two charities between 2006 and 2015. According to the lawsuit, the...

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Sep 12, 2021

Hackers linked to Iran tried to hack into "Office-365" accounts belonging to Israeli  companies
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

Microsoft announced tonight (Monday) that hackers suspected of being linked to Iran have tried to hack into Office 365 accounts belonging to security companies in the US and Israel, including those that manufacture satellites, skimmers, radars and emergency communication systems. The technology giant did not specify which companies were involved. This is a "password spray" attack, a technique that is not considered particularly sophisticated, in which hackers try to hack into many accounts by using several possible passwords in the hope that one of them will be able to get them in. Office...

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Oct 11, 2021

Real estate businessman Eldad Perry was shot near his synagogue - Had debts of INS 500 million
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by Ifi Reporter

Category: Law

The murder on Friday morning of businessman Eldad Perry, 44, caught the residents of Rehovot by surprise. Some residents were in the middle of a morning run, and others were praying in the synagogue when they suddenly heard the sounds of gunfire. Police are continuing efforts to clarify the circumstances of the murder, with all directions of the investigation still open. 06:10 - Businessman Eldad Perry leaves his house for the neighborhood synagogue located in the Faculty of Agriculture, where he used to pray every morning. 06:17 - Perry stops in the parking lot and gets out of the car. A...

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Oct 15, 2021

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