The lack of control and sanctions to enforce the right-of-way for pedestrians at crosswalks lead to less revenue for the state - and more casualties
The Ukraine war has pushed the turnover of the companies in the K100 ranking to BGN 132 billion, or 60% up on the year before
The turnover of the top 100 companies in Capital Weekly’s new annual ranking hits 132 billion levs
We can't keep people from leaving - or data from leaking + a rock from the sky
Cabinet talks led by election winner We Continue the Change run smoother than the previous two attempts, but difficult steps still have to be taken
The week: Yet another saviour on the horizon, Fourth Covid wave is here and some good news for the budget
To party or not to party, that is Kiril Petkov’s question, (some) Covid restrictions, after all, and even more expensive electricity
Bulgaria’s biggest companies were only mildly hit by the coronavirus. Total revenue of the top 100 firms decreased by just 7% in 2020.
This week: Bulgaria finally sets foot on three seas, Elections are here (again) and how to lose 550 million on gambling
An e-car maker might land in Lovetch, you can fly to Varna
Caretaker Finance Minister Assen Vassilev has said his team will look into the dealings of all firms that benefited significantly from public procurement and subsidies from the previous government
Journalists SLAPPed, threatened and pressured; cabinet purges "kalinki", while Left and Right gear up for elections
The troubles of being a journalist in Bulgaria, every final decision is penultimate and who are the ladybirds of the administration
The caretaker gov’t of Stefan Yanev is wasting little time in changing key cogs in the machine created by the previous authorities
According to the Sofia-listed company’s prospectus for its 2018 IPO, revenues were much higher in 2017 than in any of the following three years. Seven pension funds are shareholders to this day.