The country’s largest companies reached record-breaking profit margins in the pandemic year
The year of the coronavirus has changed the fundamentals of Capital’s annual ranking in the IT sector, but three in four companies are still growing
Politicians play deaf and blind on stagnant vaccinations, but mourn demographic collapse, pensions, GDP go up - and so could concession fees
The governments of Boyko Borissov promised reform, but instead created an apparatus for extortion and clientelism
Over the past 15 years, professional football has turned into a closed system of interests, mired in corruption scandals and deteriorating quality. This might be finally coming to an end.
The caretaker gov’t of Stefan Yanev is wasting little time in changing key cogs in the machine created by the previous authorities
A new government: big plans and little time; cartels in agriculture; why we're still dependent on Russia
The businessman who rocked Bulgaria’s parliament in its final days over allegations of high-level corruption speaks to Capital weekly
Voters go to the polls in an uncertain pandemic environment after a lifeless campaign that only galvanized core supporters
Elections looming large, prosecutors denied and how Bulgaria remains at the end of the GDP tail in the EU
K Insights 5/03: Controversial changes to the media law were postponed, Eurohold wants to raise 100 mln euro on the stock exchange
Have you ever posted something so stupid and embarrassing on your social media profile that your boss forbade you from posting anything ever again?
The Bulgarian prime minister is facing a public storm, leaking of secrets and a rampant prosecution service. This promises turbulence ahead for him and the country.
Ivan Geshev, a self-described "boy from the city’s suburbs", will become Bulgaria’s next prosecutor general in January. His selection will have dramatic implications for the rule of law
The July leak of National Revenue Agency data belonging to millions of taxpayers exposed the current state of Bulgaria’s cybersecurity and commitment to electronic governance