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Private equity fund BlackPeak gets nearly 30% stake in Bianor

Private equity fund BlackPeak gets nearly 30% stake in Bianor

The technology holding plans to use the freshly raised capital for new acquisitions


Elections 2024: GERB wins convincingly, but forming a majority might prove elusive

Elections 2024: GERB wins convincingly, but forming a majority might prove elusive

Extremely low turnout and the unexpected rise of a new radical party on TikTok expose the deepening representation crisis


The week: GERB makes a comeback

The week: GERB makes a comeback

The return of Borissov, Saudis eye a telecom & TV channel and the Missing Cryptoqueen’s drug lord


Sofia’s poisonous traffic goes under the institutional radar

Sofia’s poisonous traffic goes under the institutional radar

There is hidden pollution with dangerous nitrogen dioxide in Sofia and the state is underestimating the problem, the environmental organization For the Earth says


Why doesn't Bulgaria have a railway?

Why doesn't Bulgaria have a railway?

The growing demand for adequate rail transport outpaces the speed of the Bulgarian State Railways


The week: The Accountant and Srebrenica

The week: The Accountant and Srebrenica

Glavchev The Sudden Diplomat, Long work hours and a belated Tsar’s burial



The week: Why we no longer need EU cash

The week: Why we no longer need EU cash

Who needs Europe's money? Or a Foreign Minister? Kozloduy gets US nuclear fuel


Fast and furious: GERB and MRF reinstate the status quo at full speed

Fast and furious: GERB and MRF reinstate the status quo at full speed

The fortnight-old Glavchev cabinet is no longer trying to hide its allegiances


Jun Young-Jun, CEO of Hyundai E&C: We Will Engage 10,000 Workers for the New Reactors at the Kozloduy NPP

Jun Young-Jun, CEO of Hyundai E&C: We Will Engage 10,000 Workers for the New Reactors at the Kozloduy NPP

"Securing competitive financing will be crucial for the success of the project," says the CEO of the Korean company in an interview


The week: Finally, some money for the cities

The week: Finally, some money for the cities

Money for the regions, Mud for political enemies, Solar for our neighbors


The week: Entering the euro - what's love got to do with it

The week: Entering the euro - what's love got to do with it

Trust and the Euro, How to make money disappear, Customs in disarray


Interview | Paschal Donohoe: It is still possible for Bulgaria to join the euro in 2025

Interview | Paschal Donohoe: It is still possible for Bulgaria to join the euro in 2025

Political stability and inflation are the two main challenges, says the President of the Eurogroup


The week: What a Big Mac can tell us about the future of Sofia

The week: What a Big Mac can tell us about the future of Sofia

Sofia gets really expensive, Peevski gets a post, and Real Estate keeps booming


The Notary vs. the Euro: the Judicial Pandora’s box

The Notary vs. the Euro: the Judicial Pandora’s box

The assassination of influence peddler Martin Bozhanov exposed the rotten core of the Bulgarian prosecution and might cause a civil war within it


The week: A second private border?

The week: A second private border?

A private Schengen, Elections loom again, How hard is it to buy trains


The week: Brace, the rotation is coming

The week: Brace, the rotation is coming

The Suddenly-important Ministry, More Russian spies pop up, and Meta buys a company


The redesigning of the 8 billion euros agricultural subsidies plan

The redesigning of the 8 billion euros agricultural subsidies plan

The changes are triggered by the low interest shown in certain programs.


The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure


The week: Gooood morning Vietnam!

The week: Gooood morning Vietnam!

Back in Vietnam, We are not harassing Austria, Why is Sofia lonely