Israel's tycoons are ailing, who will buy their assets?

TEL AVIV, Oct 5 (Reuters) - They once pulled the strings of Israel's economy, but now the country's most influential tycoons are reeling under a popular backlash against corporate power and selling assets in a regulatory squeeze.
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