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  • Apple to replace batteries for some iPhone 6s after unexpected shutdown

    Apple to replace batteries for some iPhone 6s after unexpected shutdown

    Apple is to replace faulty batteries in some iPhone 6s handsets that cause the smartphone to "unexpectedly shut down", the technology giant has said. The iPhone maker is asking any users of the 6s who have encountered the issue to visit an Apple...

  • Top 5 Stocks in the S&P 500 after Trump

    Top 5 Stocks in the S&P 500 after Trump

    On November 9 2016, the world woke up to a new reality: Donald Trump elected as the 45th President of the United States.The Republican victory ended up being the opposite of what investors had originally feared; markets rallied like there is no...

  • Shipping movements

    These ships are expected in Malta: The AS Cypria from Aliaga to Tanger Med (CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd), the MV Euroferrry Malta from Salerno to Salerno, the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Genoa (both Sullivan Maritime), the Green Fast (Ploce...

  • The future of retirement

    The future of retirement

    Many would love to retire from work at the age of 50, embark on a round-the-world cruise and take life easy after years of having to deal with a nasty boss and even nastier workmates. This is the staff that dreams are made of. But real life is...

  • Trump: What it means for investors

    Trump: What it means for investors

    On November 9 the world woke up to a new reality. Donald Trump is set to be the 45th US President. Below is a question and answer session with two investment managers at Calamatta Cuschieri. Kristian Camenzuli (KC) will be tackling questions on...

  • Faculty forum seeks better collaboration with industry

    The University’s Faculty of Econo­mics, Management and Accoun­tancy (Fema) recently launched the Fema Business Forum. Its aims are to ensure better active collaboration on various fronts between faculty staff and industry, to develop a platform to...

  • Export training accredited by the University

    Export training accredited by the University

    A 10-week training course that Trade Malta promotes with early-stage exporters is being accredited as a unit within the University of Malta’s Programme in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. The course is designed for SMEs interested in exporting and...

  • Shireburn software chosen for Pama Shopping Village

    Shireburn’s shopping mall management software solution, CA+, has been chosen to manage the Pama Shopping Village, connecting all the retail and food and beverage outlets to the company’s Concessionaire Analyzer+ (CA) mall software. By using CA+,...

  • Seven equities drag index lower

    Seven equities drag index lower

    The Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) index registered a weekly decline of 1.16 per cent to 4,504.469 points as seven equities closed in negative territory. This predominantly reflected losses suffered by shares of Bank of Valletta plc (BOV), which...

  • Eurozone third quarter GDP rises 0.3%, as expected

    The eurozone economy grew stea­dily in the three months following Britain’s surprise vote last June to leave the EU. GDP estimates pub­lished last week by Eurostat showed that eurozone economic growth stabilised in the third quarter as it expanded...

  • Digitilisation and innovation is the name of the game

    Digitilisation and innovation is the name of the game

    As the world goes digital, developing innovation in-house is no longer enough, according to a new study from EY. With time and capi­tal constraints, non-tech firms are turning to inorganic growth strategies as mergers and acquisitions joint...

  • MGS reaction to sell-off in benchmark bond yields

    While market participants were kept busy during the summer months with the widely unexpected Brexit outcome, we have seen the focus, since then, shift towards the US elections. The outcome of this has caused a significant reassessment of bond...

  • Darag acquisition opens door to Italy’s insurance market

    Darag acquisition opens door to Italy’s insurance market

    European run-off insurance specialist Darag is set to close a landmark acquisition of Ergo Assicurazioni SpA from Ergo Italia SpA, the Italian insurance consolidator. The acquisition has been authorised by the Italian insurance regulator Istituto...

  • Company briefs

    Fourteen Mcast students got the chance to witness first-hand the operations of Palumbo Malta Superyachts in a collaboration intended to help them draw experience from the working world. This was the first time that the Malta College of Arts,...

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  • Dynamic and complex world of property needs knowledge

    Dynamic and complex world of property needs knowledge

    The real estate market in Malta continues to grow and flourish. Industry leaders are challenged with the task of identifying and capitalising on new opportunities, while also protecting what has already been created. More players are entering the...

  • New name for MSV Life

    New name for MSV Life

    As from tomorrow, MSV Life will be changing its name to MAPFRE MSV Life, strengthening its brand through a visible and strong association with an international player that has the vision to be the most trusted global insurance company. David...

  • GreenPak wins award for bottle cap scheme

    GreenPak wins award for bottle cap scheme

    Malta’s largest waste recovery scheme, GreenPak Coop Society, won first prize in the the Sustainable Enterprise Awards for its Nirriċikla għall-Istrina campaign. Now in its sixth edition, the campaign collect funds for the annual l-Istrina charity...

  • Private sales and second hand goods

    Private sales and second hand goods

    When we consumers purchase a product privately, that is from a seller who is not a professional seller, this kind of business transaction is excluded from the provisions provided in the Consumer Affairs Act. If the goods purchased result faulty or...

  • Taking off, and then what?

    Taking off, and then what?

    As manager of Takeoff business incubator, what have you seen improve in our start-up landscape in the past few years? And conversely, what has not improved that much notwithstanding the work put in? I was managing Takeoff between October 2014 and...

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