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  • Printed matter

    Maltese start-up Thought3D has developed Magigoo, a specifically designed 3D printing adhesive, to address the issues with first layer adhesion. The company has recently been awarded funds from the Takeoff seed fund award, which will enable...

  • New health and care website

    New health and care website

    EmCare launched a new website www.emcarepro.com to provide businesses in the health and care industry with information about the company’s B2B solutions. These solutions are especially designed to facilitate health and care professionals’ work,...

  • Non-refundable break

    Q: I have booked a weekend break online. While booking I was informed that the offer I was taking had a non-refundable policy and if the booking was cancelled, the whole fee would be charged. Unfortunately, after placing the booking, I realised I...

  • Catalyst for change

    Catalyst for change

    Our commitment to digital excellence and innovation keeps us relevant in the ICT sector, says Tony Sultana, MITA executive chairman. What does MITA’s 25th anniversary symbolise? MITA’s 25th anniversary is a means to commemorate and remember all...

  • New COO at Frank Salt

    New COO at Frank Salt

    Frank Salt Real Estate has appointed Darren De Domenico as chief operating officer. Mr De Domenico will assume responsibility for branch operations, marketing, the overseas department, IT, property management and home interiors divisions. This...

  • Weekly consumer advice

    • Consumers must be informed about their cancellation rights before they download or stream the purchased digital content. • If the digital content about to be streamed or downloaded involves payment, the consumer must be clearly informed about...

  • China fears hand Wall St its worst day since 2011 - meltdown fears

    China fears hand Wall St its worst day since 2011 - meltdown fears

    Fears of a China-led global economic slowdown drove Wall Street to its steepest one-day drop in nearly four years yesterday and left the Dow industrials more than 10 percent below a May record. Wall Street's selloff this week suggested investors...

  • Revised key standards for insurance accountants

    Revised key standards for insurance accountants

    The long overdue restructuring of accounting for insurance contracts is now on our doorstep. There are many proposals, and the International Accounting Standards Board’s publications deliver continued clarifications. Just-in-time, the board puts...

  • Ride-hailing service Uber expected to reach $10.8bn in bookings in 2015

    Uber Technologies Inc’s global bookings are projected to rise nearly threefold to $10.84 billion this year and reach $26.12 billion the next, according to a recent presentation for potential investors seen by Reuters. The ride-hailing service,...

  • Record highs for three companies

    The Malta Stock Exchange index ended the week 0.26 per cent lower at 4,198.740 points as it failed to sustain its strong start to the week. Activity was spread over 16 equities of which half gained in value, six lost ground while two closed...

  • Wall Street, all S&P sectors slump down

    US stocks slumped more than 1.5 per cent yesterday, with the S&P briefly falling below 2,000 and the Dow about 200 points shy of moving into correction territory, as fears of a China-led global slowdown were heightened after grim data...

  • Toyota to buy 13 million air-bag inflators from Takata rival – sources

    Toyota to buy 13 million air-bag inflators from Takata rival – sources

    Toyota Motor Corp., in a bid to reduce its risk from potentially lethal air-bag inflators supplied by Takata Corp., will buy millions of them from smaller parts maker Nippon Kayaku Co., people familiar with the matter said. The Japanese carmaker...

  • Tourism boom in France

    Tourism boom in France

    Tourists queue as they wait to visit the Notre Dame Cathedral on a warm summer’s day in Paris, France, yesterday. France is on course to welcome a record number of tourists this year, helping boost sector revenue by about four per cent, the French...

  • State ownership can bring many benefits – PwC

    State ownership can bring many benefits – PwC

    State-owned enterprises (SOEs) have a key role to play in creating public value. And while government ownership can bring advantages, it can also destroy value if best practices in ownership and management are not applied. These are some of the...

  • Large cap equities drift lower

    Large cap equities drift lower

    The MSE Share Index closed in negative territory for the third time this week and eased a further 0.1% lower to 4,198.740 points following declines registered across most of the large cap equities. Most notably, the share price of Bank of Valletta...

  • A niche segment of the financial sector

    With roots back to 1898, Lindorff is a European credit management service provider offering mainly debt collection and debt purchase services. Regarding the first operational segment, Lindorff acts as a third party that collects overdue debts,...

  • A readjustment in China

    We are not used to seeing the Chinese economy in a crisis. However, in the last days and weeks, there are many who thought it is. I state at the outset that I do not believe that this is the case. The Chinese economy is still very strong and is...

  • Indian government steps up rate cut pressure on RBI

    Indian government steps up rate cut pressure on RBI

    Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is stepping up pressure on the central bank to cut rates as the economy struggles and price rises slow, with some bureaucrats working behind the scenes to argue for an immediate cut of as much as 50 basis...

  • GVC ready to increase offer for Bwin to about £1.1bn

    GVC ready to increase offer for Bwin to about £1.1bn

    British online gambling company GVC Holdings Plc is ready to increase its offer for rival Bwin.party Digital Entertainment Plc to at least 130 pence per share or about £1.1 billion, the newspaper Times reported. Earlier this month, GVC had made a...

  • UK’s Co-operative Bank losses nearly treble in first half of 2015

    UK’s Co-operative Bank losses nearly treble in first half of 2015

    Britain’s Co-operative Bank has reported a nearly trebled first-half loss, reflecting reduced income, losses on the sale of assets and the rising cost of turning the business around. The bank is battling to recover from its near-collapse in 2013,...

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