Category: Corporate

How to Call Internationally for Free

07 Mar 2017
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Long gone are the times when letters and costly phone calls once a month were the only connections to our beloved people living abroad. Now distance doesn’t matter and communication is easier than ever. But how to choose the best way to talk to your family and friends, without paying a single penny and enjoying […]

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General Motors Out of Europe

06 Mar 2017
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Big News for the Auto Industry The top business news of the week is the deal between General Motors and PSA Group for the sale of the GM’s European division, producers of both Opel and Vauxhall. The deal was sealed over $2.2 billion and it marks the end of 90 years of European manufacturing for […]

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Girl Power: ReConnect To Recruit Women on Career Break

03 Mar 2017
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Over 1000 people worldwide will hire Vodafone in next 3 years through its new programme ReConnect, open for the ones who have taken career break. Most of the new employees are expected to be women as a big percent of them have been stopping their jobs to raise famillies. ReConnect programme will be launched in […]

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YouTube is Getting On the TV Ring

01 Mar 2017
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YouTube is taking the next step into world’s visual domination announcing that later this year it will include TV subscription in its features. The service will cost $35-a-month and will include 40 channels with some of the major US networks like ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN. HBO unfortunately is not included in the original […]

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Samsung Embarrassment Continues

28 Feb 2017
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Seems the clouds over the technology giant Samsung are getting darker. Just 10 days after Lee Jae-yong, vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics, was arrested in suspicion of involvement in the corruption scandal around the impeached country’s president Park Geun-hye, the prosecutors announced that the heir of the technology giant will be charged with bribery and embezzlement. […]

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No Happy Ending for LSE and Deutsche Börse

28 Feb 2017
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The long-anticipated merging deal between The London Stock Exchange(LSE) and the German Deutsche Börse (DB) has failed after a dramatic day of negotiations. The £21 billion merge, that was expected to change the face of modern stoke trading over Europe, was stopped by the EU following the refusal of the UK operator to sell its […]

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Best Countries for Business Investments: USA and China

27 Feb 2017
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USA and China are the two most important countries for the overall growth of prospects of companies over the next 12 months shows the 19th annual “’Global Investor Survey“ from PwC. The survey is done among 1400 CEOs and investment professionals from 59 countries around the globe. Technologies’ development will play a major role in […]

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Cyprus and Hong Kong putting Bets Together

24 Feb 2017
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Looks like Cyprus finally will acquire the long-rumored casino-resort. Two days ago the country’s Finance Minister Harris Georgiades announced the deal for building the casino is due to be sealed in coming weeks. The announcement came after he had a meeting with the parliamentary committee on the development of the plans, resolving how public spending […]

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Bank of Scotland: The Storm Hasn’t Passed Yet

24 Feb 2017
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Hard times continue for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) since the report of £7 billion annual loss which marked the 9th year of crisis for the bank. The debt is more than 3 times bigger than the £2bn announced in 2015, although not as bad as the £24.1bn in 2008, the biggest loss in British […]

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More Post Brexit Concerns

23 Feb 2017
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“Complete breakdown “of relations between the UK and the European Union foresees, David Wright, former deputy director general for financial policy in the European Commission. “It’s not a bit neutral, or a bit negative, but for the EU and the UK it’s potentially extremely disruptive. There’s a risk of a complete breakdown,” Mr Wright commented […]

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