Kellogg

Capitalizing On Israeli Investments

01/16/2008
Staff Writer
It used to be that if you wanted to invest in Israeli companies trading on the Nasdaq, you plunked some cash into Teva Pharmaceutical (TEVA). The more savvy pro-Israel investor would track Israeli IT companies like Check Point Software Technologies (CHKP), a leading security firm instrumental in developing computer firewalls, or telecommunications giants like Amdocs (DOX), a $7 billion billing company.

Contemplate This!

12/26/2007
Staff Writer
At the Jewish Funds for Justice, a nonprofit devoted to social change and leadership training, Friday staff meetings were recently given the ax. Instead, staffers on Fridays now work, alone or one-on-one, on goal setting and what the head of the organization calls “visioning.”
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