Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.
The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations
Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability
The inclusion of Bulgarians in the Basic Law faces a plethora of obstacles
The Global Chairman of the Entrepreneurs' Organization speaks of the challenges leaders face
Between 40 and 50% of the country's Roma community now work abroad, bringing money into the country - but the state does not care
The negotiations are in an early stage and include three more operators in the region but not Bulgaria’s bTV
Although Bulgarian music often imitates Western trends, in recent times revered artists have tried to reconnect with their audiences by demonstrating mistrust in democracy and liberal values
In three years, the Pravets-based company will manufacture components in a larger factory
A conversation with the founder of the leading EU news network about the merger with Mediahuis and European regulations of the media sector
K Insights newsletter 26/05
It will be formed with the second mandate of Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov and will have Mariya Gabriel as his deputy. They will then swap positions after nine months.
The week: The captured state unravels, Mariya Gabriel gets a bad deal, while arms producers had a very good year
The country didn’t break. It was already broken
PM-nominee Mariya Gabriel’s proposal to oust the Prosecutor General plunges the institution into civil war
TAWAL is entering the EU market with a strong statement