Chess 5 Fatal Mistakes That Hold Back Start-up Business Owners

The definition of a sale is when preparation and opportunity meet on the same day. In business, it helps to understand that customers are working to minimize risk when they enter into contracts with small businesses.  Some small business owners often loose opportu

Chess Bulgarian Students Unite to Fight Unpunished Crime

Bulgarian students announced the formation of "Youth Association for Combating Unpunished Crime" (MABBP) on Sunday. The association aims at protecting victims of unpunished crimes and searching for legal liability for the culprits. The establishment of MABBP is a

Chess Paraguay Tops Group F after Smashing Slovakia 2:0 in World Cup

Paraguay scored their first win in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, beating Slovakia 2-0 on Sunday. Paraguay's Enrique Vera scored the first goal in the 27th minute of the first halftime. Cristian Riveros wrapped up the game, scoring the second goal in the 86th minute. .

Chess Bulgarian PM ‘Under Huge Pressure’ for Auditing Power Utilities

Lobbying circles in Bulgaria and Europe are exerting enormous pressure on Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov over the auditing of power utilities, in Borisov's own words. Together with the head of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) An

Chess Bulgaria Sees Smaller Electricity Price Hike at Utilities’ Expense

The electricity price in Bulgaria will be increased by 2% as of July 1, instead of the planned 5%, the head of the State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation announced (DKEVR). The DKEVR Chair Angel Semerdzhiev spoke Sunday at a joint press conference togeth

Chess Bulgaria Celebrates World Refugee Day

The Bulgarian Red Cross and the Women's Refugee Commission have decided to celebrate the World Refugee Day with outdoor activities at Sofia's South Park Sunday. Between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm, the organizers will give out information materials to visitors, aiming to

Chess Audit Report Reveals Violations, Improvements by Bulgaria’s Power Utilities

Bulgaria's three power utilities - German-owned E.ON, Czech-owned CEZ, and Austrian-owned EVN - have committed serious violations when outsourcing their services, according to state commission report. Angel Semerdzhiev, head of Bulgaria's State Commission for Ener

Chess Macedonian Bulgarians Invite ‘Psychiatric Help’ for FYROM Govt

The leaders of the Republic of Macedonia are "mentally ill", according to Dragi Kirov, an activist of Initiative Committee of Bulgarians from Macedonia. Speaking at a news conference at the BTA agency in Sofia on Sunday, Kirov, a native of the Macedonian town of V

Chess The coming days: The week ahead

World leaders gather for G8 and G20 summit meetings• LEADERS of the G8 group of rich countries gather in Muskoka, a Canadian holiday resort, for a two-day summit starting on Friday June 25th. The meeting overlaps with the two-day G20 summit that begins the ne

Chess Bulgarian Nationalist Leader Demands ‘Two Kids’ Policy

Bulgaria needs radical measures to cope with its extremely dire demographic crisis, according to Krasimir Karakachanov, leader of the nationalist party VMRO. "If the demographic crisis in Bulgaria continues, in 20 years the population of the country will be only 5

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