Chess BGN 20 Million is the Annual Cost of Street Lighting in Sofia

BGN 20 million is the cost of street lighting in Sofia for this year, Deputy Mayor Evgeni Krusev announced during a check on street lighting on Simeonovsko Shose - from the section of GM "Blvd. Dimitrov " to 21st Century street, according to BGNews. The municipali

Chess CPC Stops the Deal for "Nova Broadcasting Group"

The Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) bans the acquisition of New Brookcasting Group by the company of Czech tycoon Petr Kellner. The Commission's arguments are that the group acquired has leading positions, has a significant financial and organizatio

Chess CPC Prohibit "Inercom" from Buying "CEZ Bulgaria"

The Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC)  stopped Incercom from acquiring CEZ's assets in Bulgaria. Currently, the bidder company, Inercom, may appeal the decision of the antimonopoly committee to the Supreme Administrative Court within 14 days. The per

Chess Apply These 3 Techniques to Take Advantage of Your Brick and Mortar Store’s Secret Edge

Do you own a brick-and-mortar store? If it sells apparel, you’re in luck: According to a recent report in Chain Store Edge, apparel is the one retail category in which consumers prefer to shop in-store rather than online. Shoppers like to try on, touch and f

Chess Thinking About Starting a Customer Loyalty Program? Read This First

Managing complicated bloated customer loyalty programs requiring technical know-how, data entry and analytics can be a hassle for small business owners. Small Business Trends spoke with Wilbur CEO and President Ray Clopton about a new app-free customer rewards pro

Chess Bulgarian Hotel Managers: Increases of Prices of Vacations will Come Next Year

Higher prices of natural gas and electricity from the beginning of July, as well as of the fuel of the last few months, will not make the holidays more expensive this summer, commented for Darik Branimir Milanov, a member of the management board of the Bulgarian Ho

Chess Archaeologists Find World’s Oldest Bread and were Surprised

Early "haute cuisine" is thousands of years older than previously thought. Archaeologists have discovered what appears to be the birth of sophisticated cooking – at a Stone Age site in the Middle East, dating back some 14,400 years. Until around that time, it

Chess New Technology Allows Ground Telescope to Take Sharper Images Than Hubble

In 1610, Galileo used a telescope to discover the four largest moons of Jupiter, and for more than two hundred years the only way to get a better look at the night sky was to build a bigger telescope. In the 19th century, astronomers began hauling telescopes up mou

Chess Akka Link & Fly Flying Train Concept Looks to Disrupt the Plane Industry

It sounds like something Q, the tech guy in James bond movies, would create: A plane that lands on a runway, shrugs its wings off, turns into a train and rolls on to rails to drop you off at your local station. That's what a French entrepreneur, who's made million

Chess Sofia Trams 1, 6 and 7 were Temporarily Stopped on "Hristo Botev" Blvd.

The movement of the trams with numbers 1, 6 and 7 on "Hristo Botev" Blvd is temporarily suspended, announced Sofia Municipality. The reason is a car that caught on fire near the rails. The fire brigade team is in place. Source

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