16 stories about Corruption
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Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz to appear at Geneva trial next month to face corruption charges

Steinmetz was indicted in August 2019 by a Geneva prosecutor who accused him and two aides of paying or having $10 million in bribes
הצהרה ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו בבית משפט מחוזי

Tech and Academia leaders urge AG to charge Netanyahu with sedition

28.06.20|Moshe Gorali
Accusers claim the prime minister’s speech outside his courtroom was a tangible call to harm judges and Israel’s rule of law
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Police Detain Former Frutarom Executives Suspected of Bribing Officials in Russia, Ukraine

03.06.20|Tomer Ganon
The Israel Securities Exchange and the Israeli police have raided the offices of the flavor and fragrance company, which was acquired by IFF in 2018
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Israeli Cyber Startup Senpai Helped Malaysia’s Corrupt Leader Spy on Opposition

28.05.20|Tomer Ganon and Hagar Ravet
Documents submitted to an Israeli court revealed Senpai’s methods of operation and its ties to questionable regimes, including its $1.5 million deal to supply Malaysia’s intelligence agency with surveillance tools to be used on civilians
ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו שרים במסכות משפט נתניהו

Netanyahu Trial on Charges of Bribery, Fraud, and Breach of Trust Commences in Jerusalem

Thousands of Israelis take to the street to protest, support the prime minister, Netanyahu calls charges "trumped up" and "delusional"
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Israeli Billionaire Hires Black Cube to Spy on Former Partner Company Vale

24.05.20|Sophie Shulman
The surveillance company spent four months gathering evidence to void a previous $1.8 billion ruling against Beny Steinmetz in favor of Vale for allegedly withholding information concerning an illegally obtained mining license in Guinea
ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו ביבי יוני 2018

Leading Figures in Israeli Tech and Business Sectors Call for Prime Minister’s Resignation

27.11.19|Zvi Zerahia and Meir Orbach
On Thursday, Benjamin Netanyahu became the first sitting prime minister to be indicted in a criminal case in Israel’s history
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A Corrupt Leader Creates a Corrupt People, Says Dan Ariely

23.09.19|Yoghev Karmel
Bestselling author, behavioral economist, and entrepreneur Dan Ariely explains in an interview with Calcalist how corruption spreads and why even exposure to it can cause people to become unethical themselves
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When the Judicial Authority Is Weakened, the Economy Follows, Says Israeli Economist

30.05.19|Adrian Filut
There is much evidence of the negative effect corruption has on a country’s economic prosperity, according to Momi Dahan, head of the school of public policy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Spy Firm Black Cube Adds Former Israeli Police Chief to Advisory Board

05.07.18|Asaf Shalev
Yohanan Danino served as Israel’s top cop in 2011-2015 and is known for establishing Lahav 433, a police unit devoted to high-level fraud and corruption cases
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Bezeq Names New CEO Amid Criminal Investigation Involving Netanyahu

18.06.18|Asaf Shalev
David Mizrahi, a veteran of Bezeq, returns after a two-year absence to serve as chief executive
הארכת מעצר סטלה הנדלר פרשת בזק

With Top Executives in Custody, Israel’s Biggest Telecom Left in Management Void

22.02.18|Aviv Guter and Lilach Baumer
Bezeq’s CEO, chairman and owner, one board member and one senior executive were arrested Sunday
ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו מגיב להמלצות המשטרה אתמול

Netanyahu Turmoil Grows As New Allegations Surface

21.02.18|Lilach Baumer
On Tuesday, the Israeli police said a former confidant turned state witness and is willing to testify against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
ראש ממשלה בנימין נתניהו מגיב על המלצות המשטרה 2

Israeli Police Suspect Netanyahu Aides of Striking Illicit Deal with Telecom Executives

19.02.18|Tomer Ganon and Zohar Shahar Levy
Seven Israelis have been arrested as part of an investigation into an alleged deal to sway news coverage of the country’s prime minister in return for favorable regulatory treatment
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CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Hurt by strong shekel, Israeli tech companies lobby for government action. Elbit nearing acquisition of Israeli arms manufacturer IMI Systems. Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi establishes a $1 billion venture fund
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Following U.S. Bribe Settlement, Teva to Pay $22 Million Fine in Israel

15.01.18|Tomer Ganon
Yesterday, the Israeli state attorney settled a suit against the company. In 2016, Teva agreed to pay $519 million to settle anti-bribery violations in the U.S.