International Business Machines Corp., the largest computer-services provider, dropped the most since April after sales fell for the sixth straight quarter and its hardware business posted a loss.
David Grossman spent years seeking the right characters and language for his new novel on the Mideast conflict. Then the conflict took his son’s life in circumstances that echo the book’s plot.
Palestinian cave dwellers in the West Bank won support from an unexpected corner this week when Amos Oz and other Israeli writers protested against Israeli government plans to evict them.
International Business Machines Corp., the largest computer-services provider, fell the most in eight years after missing profit estimates, hurt by a hardware slump and the failure to sign customers to contracts.
Women of childbearing age should be screened by their primary doctors to determine if they are victims of domestic abuse, a U.S. panel recommends.
Israel’s National Trail gains extra significance this Christmas.
Jamey Thompson, co-head of Citadel LLC’s global credit group, is leaving the $15 billion hedge-fund firm after five years.
Zubin Mehta and Itzhak Perlman received standing ovations at a gala that started a week of festivities for Tel Aviv’s $38 million concert hall.
International Business Machines Corp., the biggest computer-services company, fell the most in two months after missing sales estimates for the first time in five quarters.
"I was not going into this quarter with grand expectations."
- David Grossman on Apr 18, 2013
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