Chess Bulgaria PM Borisov Continues to Surf Media Popularity Wave

Bulgaria's prime minister is mentioned in one out of every three media releases, followed by the interior and finance minister and the president, who also bask in the media spotlight, a survey shows. A media analysis of national daily newspapers, launched by the M


Chess Bulgarian ‘Blue’ Right to Clash with GERB Cabinet over Budget

Martin Dimitrov, co-leader of the Bulgarian center-right Blue Coalition, which has given important support to the center-right GERB cabinet, voiced again forceful criticisms at recent measures for budget revision proposed by the government. Dimitrov, speaking in a


Chess BP shares down as spill-related legal battles rage

VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - The Gulf of Mexico oil spill entered its 67th day on Friday with BP's New York share price at year lows and bad weather looming that could hamper clean-up and containment efforts. Source


Chess Bulgarian Industry Appalled by Gas Price Hike

The proposed hike in the price of natural gas of almost 30% will hit hard on the Bulgarian industry, writes Bulgarian daily Dnevnik Friday. After some weeks of debate, the Bulgarian State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation announced Thursday a raise of the


Chess BP shares down, spill-related legal battles rage

VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - The Gulf of Mexico oil spill entered its 67th day on Friday with BP's New York share price at year lows and bad weather looming that could hamper clean-up and containment efforts. Source


Chess Judge rejects hold on drilling ban decision

The federal judge who overturned the Obama administration's ban on deepwater drilling dealt another blow to the White House, rejecting its application to put a hold on his decision


Chess Government loses bid to keep oil drilling ban

WASHINGTON/VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - The Obama administration lost a legal skirmish on Thursday when a judge refused to put on hold his decision lifting a ban on deepwater oil drilling imposed after the worst spill in U.S. history. Source


Chess Japan, Netherlands Qualify for World Cup Group of 16

The Netherlands and Japan are the two teams from Group E that made it to the second phases of the World Cup in South Africa. Japan defeated Denmark 3:1 Thursday night in the direct clash for the second position in the group. The Japanese were in the lead most of


Chess Small Business News: Key To Success

What’s the key to success in your small business? Well, it could be any combination of factors but beginning to analyze what makes any business great can be a good way to mimic this in your own venture. In today’s Small Business Trends, we examine sugg


Chess Government loses bid to keep oil drilling ban

WASHINGTON/VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - The Obama administration lost another legal skirmish on Thursday when a judge refused to put on hold his decision lifting a ban on deepwater oil drilling imposed after the worst spill in U.S. history. Source


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