Ericsson, the Swedish global leader in ICT services, has agreed to pay over $1 Billion as part of a settlement concluded with the US Department of Justice, ...
Dec, 08
Ericsson fined $1 Billion for corruption charges
Ericsson, the Swedish global leader in ICT services, has agreed to pay over $1 Billion as part of a settlement concluded with the US ...
Sunday, 08, December 2019
Moody’s predicts bleak outlook for global banking sector
Rating agency Moody’s gave a bleaker and bleaker outlook for the global banking sector. The agency predicts that the banking sector ...
Sunday, 08, December 2019
Flanders becomes indirect shareholder in Brussels Airport
Flanders has become an indirect shareholder in Brussels Airport through PMV investment fund, L’Echo and De Tijd report on Friday.  ...
Saturday, 07, December 2019
More fines for cycling while on the phone, especially in Flanders
The number of fines handed out for making a phone call or sending a text message while cycling has doubled in Belgium since it was made ...
Saturday, 07, December 2019
InBev unions and management reach interim agreement
Unions and management at AB InBev have reached a temporary agreement on work security, valid for a period of five years, according to the ...
Saturday, 07, December 2019
Six Brussels communes hit by another rubbish collection strike
Residents of six of the 19 Brussels communes have been asked to keep their rubbish bags indoors for the time being, and to bring them back ...
Saturday, 07, December 2019
Air Belgium launches new destinations to the Caribbean
Air Belgium will start running direct flights to the Caribbean starting on Saturday. Twice a week starting this weekend, Air Belgium ...
Friday, 06, December 2019