Chess The Duisburg Casino in Germany Turns 10

  The Duisburg Casino was built to tap into the underserved gambling market in Germany. Germany has almost as many casinos as Denmark, but several times as many residents as its neighbour. The Duisberg Casino is one of around seventy casinos in Germany, but it is

Chess Freeport threatens to sue Indonesia over mine

US group accuses Jakarta of violating its rights at flagship copper deposit

Chess Wix Passes 100 Million Users with Focus on Small Business

The web development company that spent nearly $5 million on a commercial during the Super Bowl just surpassed the 100 million registered users’ milestone. The Israel-based company (NASDAQ:WIX) boasts how easy it has made things for entrepreneurs, solopr

Chess Trial Starts in Turkey Against 47 People Accused of Attempting To Kill Erdogan

The trial against 47 people accused of attempting to murder President Recep Erdogan on the night of the failed coup attempt has started in southeastern Turkey on Monday. 38 of the suspects are former military. They may receive life sentences on charges which inclu

Chess EU Grants EUR 18 M in Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine

The European Union has announced that it will allocate EUR 18 M in humanitarian aid for the population that suffered from the war in the eastern regions of Ukraine. At least half of the funds will be used to help residents in the territories outside the control of

Chess Iraq’s Embassy Hosts Photo Exhibition in Support of Mosul Offensive

The Embassy of Iraq staged on Sunday a photographic exhibition to muster support for the liberation of Mosul, bringing together Iraqi community members. Organized by Baghdad's Ambassador to Sofia, H.E. Kahtan Janabi, the event took place on the same day Iraq's Pr

Chess Xero Updates Fixed Asset Depreciation Features

Online accounting software Xero (NZE:XRO), popular with small business users, has updated the Fixed Asset depreciation feature on the platform. Xero Fixed Asset Depreciation The Fixed Assets depreciation feature gives small businesses the ability to track fixed

Chess Report on Inspections of Public Procurement Orders Not To Be Made Public

The report from the inspection of the ministries carried out by the interim government will not become public. The extended version of the report was published on Monday but, in fact, it repeats the statement of interim PM Ognyan Gerdzhikov from last week and does

Chess New Ceasefire Agreement To Enter Into Force in Ukraine

A new ceasefire agreement must enter into force in Eastern Ukraine as of Monday, reported BNR. It was negotiated by the foreign ministers of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine during a meeting at the Conference on Security in Munich. The diplomatic group known a

Chess The Legal Industry Is Finally Fixing Its Technology Problem

It may come as a surprise that one of the most competitive industries in the world has a technology problem. But the truth is that not all law firms have corporate clients with deep pockets. Many work in smaller leagues where money is tight. Without piles of cash

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