Assign modules on offcanvas module position to make them visible in the sidebar.

Testimonials

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.
Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Business

When Uri Levin, the newly installed President & Chief Executive Officer of Israel Discount Bank New York (IDB Bank or IDB), describes his financial institution, he can’t suppress a smile. “IDB has such a unique culture of being personal, which is apparent both with our clients and also, internally, with our colleagues. We are large enough to give our clients whatever they need and small enough to offer them real personal service. IDB Bank is a full-service American bank with an Israeli soul,” he says.

IDB Bank opened a representative office on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan in 1949 and was one of the first international banks to open a branch in New York in 1962 when the law in New York State changed to permit foreign banks to operate

From 2015 to early 2016, the Israeli bond market heartily welcomed U.S. developers and their investments. Hundreds of millions of dollars were raised, and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange became known as a viable source of funding for U.S. projects, particularly at a time when EB-5 was having legislative obstacles. Then the Urbancorp fiasco put a halt to all the merriment. In late 2015, the Canadian condominium developer raised $48 million on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. In April 2016, it filed

Klaus Kleinfeld, the Chief Executive of Arconic Inc, sent a letter to Elliott Management Corp. last week, which was not approved by his company board and which cost him his job. Arconic Inc, the US specialty metals maker which is traded on the NYSE, has been involved in a proxy war with Elliott management. Mr. Kleinfeld took it upon himself to criticize Elliott's board members again.  Elliott’s president, Paul Singer, immediately complained to Arconic’s board. Mr. Singer said it viewed the

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sold almost $1 billion in Amazon Stock last week in order to fund his rocket company Blue Origin, reports the Post.

According to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Seattle based company reaped $940.74 million from selling the stock—about $700 million after taxes—the most lucrative sale yet for Amazon, reports Forbes.

According to Bloomberg, the shares ranged in price from $935 to $950 and Bezos still owns the most of Amazon’s stock with 79.9 million shares, or

In an attempt to halt a severe defect of customers, Verizon Communications Inc. is sacrificing their bottom line and offering customers more data for lower prices.

The nation’s largest carrier by subscribers has posted quarterly net losses of wireless subscribers for the first time ever, during this year’s first three months. This shows how serious the damage of competitors T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp.’s revivals have had on Verizon wireless.

In February, in an attempt to regain