Chess Brazil signals sale of controlling stake in Eletrobras

Shares in Latin America’s biggest electricity generator rise over 46%


Chess Zoho Makes CRM Email Tool SalesInbox Available to Teams Using Salesforce

Zoho has brought two essential small business sales tools together. Zoho SalesInbox for Salesforce Zoho SalesInbox is now available to Salesforce users. The service was previously available to Zoho user by request.  It combines previously siloed applications so s


Chess Premier Oil sells stake in Western Europe’s biggest onshore oilfield



Chess 45 Percent of Small Business Owners Have Fallen Victim to Cyber Attack Without Knowing It

Think your small business is unlikely to fall victim to a cyber attack? New data from Nationwide suggests that mindset could be a mistake. Lack of Cybercrime Awareness to Blame In fact, 45 percent of business owners have been victims of cyber attacks that they did


Chess Glencore may lay off 4,700 Zambian workers in power dispute



Chess Cairn shares rise on increased forecasts from Senegal oil project

Explorer raises its estimate of resources at ‘SNE’ field from 473m to 563m barrels


Chess Wood Group warns on difficult conditions for North Sea oil

Oilfield services company posts 77% profit fall as customers cut back on spending


Chess France’s Interior Minister: ‘1/3 of Terrorists Suffer From Mental Disorders”

France’s interior minister says the government wants to involve psychiatrists in preventing attacks like the one in which a mentally unstable man drove into two Marseille bus stops, killing a woman, reported the Washigton Post. Gerard Collomb said on Tuesday tha


Chess See the Surprisingly Painless Way One Company Reduced Energy Costs

Sponsored Post Is it possible for a company with a large plant and a lot of powerful equipment to lower its energy costs significantly while simultaneously upgrading its equipment? This might seem like a lofty goal. But it’s one that B.L. Downey Company was able


Chess ‘Cyborg’ Bacteria Deliver Green Fuel Source From Sunlight

Scientists have created bacteria covered in tiny semiconductors that generate a potential fuel source from sunlight, carbon dioxide and water, reported BBC.The so-called "cyborg" bugs produce acetic acid, a chemical that can then be turned into fuel and plastic.In


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