Chess 5 Retail Lessons from Holiday 2018

The holiday shopping season is in our rear-view mirror—and there’s reason for retailers to celebrate. Consumer spending for holiday 2018 hit a six-year high of $850 billion according to the Mastercard SpendingPulse report. Online shopping grew 19.1% ye


Chess Opec forecasts fall in crude demand on global imbalance

Vigorous production outside cartel expected to overshadow demand growth


Chess 419 Schools Are in a Flu Vacation

419 schools are in a flu vacation, reported NOVA TV.  Most of them are in the districts of Plovdiv and Stara Zagora. There are 140 in Plovdiv, and 120 in Stara Zagora. There are also several schools in other areas. This was announced by the Minister of Education a


Chess US to Begin Nuclear Treaty Pullout Next Month

The US has rejected Moscow’s offer to inspect a new Russian missile suspected of violating a key cold-war era nuclear-weapons treaty, and warned that it would suspend observance of the agreement on 2 February, giving six-month notice of a complete withdrawal, rep


Chess Ministry of Education is Preparing a New Program: IT Business Enters School

A new national program prepares the Education Ministry - "IT business enters school". This was announced by the Minister of Education, Krassimir Valchev, at a hearing in the National Assembly, reported the Bulgarian National Television. The program is part of the


Chess 5 Easy Steps to Start a Freelance Business

You’re probably aware that you have to spend money to make money. The good thing about a freelance business is you can start with a pretty bare business budget and still see results. You can build a solid foundation without spending hundreds or thousands of


Chess Bulgaria Has Active Role in Juncker Plan

Bulgaria ranks 7th in the EU when scale of investments through the Juncker Plan is concerned, according to the Bulgarian National Radio.  The country has been doing a good job. There is no room for worry, as the projects financed so far would be further supported


Chess Hitachi shelves new Welsh nuclear plant

Japanese company writes off $2.8bn and triggers questions about future of UK energy policy


Chess Hitachi suspends work on Welsh nuclear plant project

Japanese company writes off ?300bn of work in progress


Chess Airbnb Will Pay 4 People to Live Amongst Locals in a Remote Italian Village for 3 Whole Months

There’s so much we can gain from traveling. From trying new food to learning about different cultures and going on adventures, it’s always wonderful to break away from the everyday and do something different, reported  In order to truly immerse ourselves in


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