In the weeks leading up to Purim 2020, Evyatar Cohen built up his inventory at the Kos Shel Bracha Wine Shop, his Jerusalem liquor store. Then COVID-19 hit. Many Israelis canceled Purim celebrations and by Passover, Israel was under a strict nationwide lock down.
HSBC “strongly supports observance of international human rights principles as they apply to business,” a spokesperson said.
Congregation Kolot Chayeinu in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood is removing its savings from JPMorgan Chase.
The massive trove of documents shows how Sheldon Adelson and George Soros, among others, stash their cash.
The head of compliance said “that the people in the Jewish community are these mystical beings, that they have horns.”
Unlike the online currency Bitcoin, BitCoen will set aside 10% of its profits to provide interest-free loans for Jews.
Israeli banknotes will soon be graced with female faces of the Hebrew poetesses Rachel Bluwstein and Leah Goldberg.
OneWest (originally IndyMac), which Mnuchin bought in 2009 and sold in 2015, already was facing scrutiny for its foreclosure practices.
A U.S. court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by victims of Hezbollah rocket attacks in Israel who sought to hold Lebanese Canadian Bank SAL liable for financing Hezbollah through its New York account with American Express Bank.
The relatives of German Jews whose art collection was seized by the Nazis have sued UBS, claiming the Swiss bank cheated them out of their inheritance.