Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.
A1 and Yettel have alerted the European regulators about "excessive concentration" of market share and power in the hands of their competitor
After ignoring much more serious allegations for two years, the SJC hastily dismissed Geshev on Monday evening over the term "political trash"
Is the second "historic compromise" going to end up like the first?
Nuclear and coal plants report very different financial results compared to 2022
K Insights newsletter 07/04
More parties and new coalitions promise to enter the next contest, which looks set for 2 April
Profitability of the largest companies in Bulgaria continues to improve in 2021, while revenues of the fastest-growing large firms jump to an unprecedented 144%
Capital Weekly’s 2022 ranking of the 100 largest companies in Bulgaria shows that giants’ earnings soared by 38% in 2021, with firms from the energy, fuels, grains and metals sectors at the helm
K Insights look at what's going on for the week
The decisive month for Bulgaria, how we lost tens of millions on a highway, and whom did Stoichkov meet?
The next parliament will likely bring no resolution to the ongoing political crisis with 6-8 parties engaging in doomed horsetrading
Alternatives to "normal" office spaces have emerged from the last two years stronger than ever and are popping up all over Bulgaria
An unprecedented diplomatic row between Russia and Bulgaria as the latter plunged into a political crisis
Former Prime Minister Stefan Yanev, leftist spearhead Maya Manolova and former TISP cadres are jumping on the "anti-war" bandwagon of Vazrazhdane and BSP with new political factions
The week: The gas is off, the fight is on, Petkov goes to Kiyv, and do you need that salary of yours
K Insights 29/04: legalizing the industrial hemp, are 100 diplomats too many?
The Canadian historian, politician and author reflects on the Russian war against Ukraine, why it happened - and where it might bring us
In an attempt to thwart the election of TISP’s Lyubomir Karimanski for governor of BNB with the votes of the opposition, WCC nominated their parliamentary head Andrei Gyurov for the post