Chess Britain Extends Talks to End N. Ireland Stalemate

The British government on Monday gave Northern Ireland's squabbling parties extra time to reach a deal to end their stalemate and form a power-sharing executive, after a deadline to do so expired, AFP reported. "We now have a short window of opportunity," Northern

Chess Small Business Owners and Buyers Ready for Trump Tax Reforms

Healthcare reform is an important issue for small business. That seems unlikely right now, but just as important, according to recent data from BizBuySell, is tax reform. In a recent poll of 700 small business owners and prospective buyers, healthcare and tax ref

Chess New Early Elections During This or Next year Would Have Serious Political Consequences

''New early elections in Bulgaria during this or the next year would have serious political consequences'', commented political scientist Prof Antoniy Galabov, according to Focus News. “The first opportunity for such a scenario to happen without it having a devas

Chess Saudi Arabia slashes Aramco tax rate ahead of IPO

Kingdom reduces oil company income tax from 85% to 50% ahead of planned float

Chess 45 Foreign Nationals Detained on the Border in the Period 24-27 March 2017

45 citizens of third countries were detained at the Bulgarian border between 24 and 27 March 2017, the press centre of Chief Directorate Border Police announced. The situation at the state border of the Republic of Bulgaria is for the period from 06:00 Bulgarian ti

Chess Facebook Now Allows Live Video Broadcasts from Your Laptop or Desktop

Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is taking live streaming to another level as it recently announced that users can now, in addition to smartphones and mobile devices, broadcast live video directly from their laptop or desktop computers. Facebook Live from Computer and Laptop

Chess Saudi Arabia cuts Aramco tax rate to woo investors

Kingdom reduces oil company income tax from 85% to 50% ahead of planned float

Chess How airlines are responding to America’s laptop ban

THE recently announced ban on laptops and other large electronic devices on direct flights from Middle Eastern airports to America is bad news for business travellers hoping to get work done on these long journeys. That, in turn, spells trouble for the airlines tha

Chess Voting Of Turks Abroad in Constitutional Referendum Begins

Voting of Turkish citizens abroad in the referendum for constitutional amendments on April 16 started on Monday. Voting sections have been opened at Turkey’s border cross checkpoints and in Europe, at airports and ports. A voting section has also been opened at

Chess Lightspeed Makes Point of Sale and eCommerce Tools for Small Business

Montreal-based Lightspeed makes point of sale and eCommerce tols for small businesses. The cloud-based point of sale software for independent retailers and restaurants was founded by CEO Dax Dasilva in 2005 as a four employee startup that has grown to having near

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