An oral agreement between management and staff representatives means there will be a maximum of 890 redundancies at ING, instead of the 1,700 previously announced.
The commission’s private life campaign launched on Tuesday, following the Safer Internet day, the new version of the website, it was aimed at helping young people protect their private lives as well as other aspects along these lines.

Google’s Road to 100% Renewable Energy

Tuesday, 07 February 2017 15:31
Google is the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy on the planet. In 2017, it will buy enough renewable energy to reach 100% of its operations worldwide, including offices and data centres.
Negotiations between the European Parliament, Council and  the Commission about Roaming rates for EU users came to an end on Wednesday evening.

Around 20 Eram stores go on strike

Sunday, 15 January 2017 01:06
Employees at Eram shoe stores all over the country stopped work on Saturday.
The very first pentahotel in France opened in October 2016 with a big celebration in Paris, as the innovative hotel chain continues its expansion in Europe.
The future Air Belgium Airline, which hopes to start flights between Belgium and China this year, has launched a competition to design the uniforms its pilots and cabin crew will wear.
“If we don’t do something, businesses will pack their bags”, warns Dominique Leroy, the CEO of Proximus.
The grey area around accommodation rented via AirBnB, a platform for private homeowners to advertise rooms, apartments and houses to short-term visitors, is being gradually clarified in Belgium, where beefed-up regulations on rentals via the platform, introduced early this year in Brussels, will be applied over the next few months…
Wallonia’s Government and mobile phone operators have reached an agreement in principle on mobile infrastructure taxes, Economic Affairs Minister Jean-Claude Marcourt and mobile operators announced in a joint communique on Friday.