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May 22, 2024

What is eCommerce in 2024: Types and guidance

eCommerce, or electronic commerce, refers to the buying and selling goods and services over the Internet. This business model has revolutionized how consumers and businesses interact, offering convenience, a broader reach, and the ability to operate 24/7. From small businesses to large enterprises, eCommerce
EU banking union

Banker busted in ill-fated caper

Group took advantage of legal shift to profit from torn bank notes Despite the best efforts of 1980s rockers Dire Straits, there remains no such thing as money for nothing, as at
November 2, 2011
The Swiss Criminal Court in Bellizona

Swiss arrest 7 in MUS case

Six Czechs reportedly among those part of privatization scam Seven people suspected of fraud and money laundering during the privatization of Czech coal-mining company Mostecká uhelná společnost (MUS) were seemingly charged by
October 26, 2011

Czechs, Aussies partner on energy

Dozens of scientists at work on thorium, an alternative to uranium For the past five years, a group of Czechs and Australians have been working on the beginnings of a partnership to
September 28, 2011
nuclear power plant

Plan to boost nuclear capacity

Proposal would cut subsidies for renewable energy sources In a draft proposal that goes completely against the anti-nuclear and pro-renewable energy tide in Europe, the Industry and Trade Ministry has suggested boosting
September 14, 2011
Restaurants fear smoking ban

Restaurants fear smoking ban

Health Ministry supports proposal, says the financial savings will outweigh losses A proposed ban on smoking in restaurants, bars and cafés has spurred a debate about how the economic consequences will weigh
August 31, 2011

Brewers revive pride in local brands

Trend sees long-shuttered facilities transformed into microbreweries, brewpubs Big breweries may have an economy-of-scale, but a growing number of microbrewers seems to say there is still hope for the little guy. In
March 9, 2011
The sci-fi-like TV tower

Shift from analog TV on pace

Failure of Z1 a ‘blow’ but digital broadcasts will predominate by 2012 The closure last week of the Z1 24-hour news channel was a “blow” to the country’s switch from analog to
February 2, 2011
Hackers steal carbon credits

Hackers steal carbon credits

EU shuts down emissions trading as 30 million euros worth go missing The European Union has been forced to shut down its carbon credit markets after hackers stole up to 30 million
January 26, 2011
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