The criminal sentence handed to Capital Weekly investigative journalist Rossen Bossev could serve as a precedent to suppress future journalistic investigations
It is now clear that euro zone membership has improved the economic performance of new member states
Ginka Varbakova, Ahmed Dogan, Brendo were the most active Bulgarians in the deals, as easterners replaced westerners
Most of their owners are semi-anonymous, print media lose ad revenue and sell their content to the highest bidder
Anti-liberal nativism is the new black on the Bulgarian political scene and this could cause serious trouble after the upcoming elections.
The sudden flurry of conspicuous law enforcement activities is a two-pronged campaign
So, what made Bulgaria the European Commission's darling?
Competition authority head Julia Nenkova is a classic example of a politically motivated appointment
After the sector shrunk by four banks in the last five years, at least two more sales and a merger are expected before year-end.
Bulgarian politicians helped create Delyan Peevski’s media empire, but now fall prey to its unrestrained influence and his demands
The end of the Council of EU Presidency, the cabinet is already shaking, Desislava Ivancheva, the Bulgarian judiciary
The broad political support for the deal coupled with doubts about the identity of the real buyer raises fears that Municipal Bank may suffer the fate of collapsed Corpbank
Outside of the two major television channels, almost all Bulgarian media companies are operating at a loss or generate very low profits
Bulgartabac as a case-study in the effects of Bulgaria's politically entangled privatization process: How Delyan Peevski managed to transform the one-time tobacco giant into a midget despite massive state support.
The European Central Bank seems unenthusiastic about Sofia's intention to apply for admission into the eurozone's training grounds