Writer and editor, ProMarket. Previously, he worked as a senior features writer and columnist for Haaretz-TheMarker. He was also the host of The Cost of Doing Business, a twice-weekly podcast about business and economics in Israel. As a journalist and author, he has covered subjects as varied as Israeli and global business, political economy, antitrust, corruption, social movements, and the intersection between politics and the digital economy. He is the author of Rothschild: The Story of a Protest Movement (2012, Hakibutz Hameuhad-Poalim Publishing House), a nonfiction book covering Israel's social protests of 2011.