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3 Stackable Jewellery Collections We Can't Get Enough Of
Pair it, stack it, link it, love it. These new collections from Van Cleef & Arpels, Gucci and Louis Vuitton encourage boundless creativity.
To see Germany’s future, look at its cars
As the election approaches, Germany's carmakers will face the same challenges as its new leaders: a need to innovate, tackle climate change and reassess its trade relationship w...
EU Aims to Deny Tax Breaks to Multinationals With Shell Entities
The European Union will make an official proposal to deny companies tax benefits linked to the use of shell entities, a top tax official said Wednesday.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou reaches deferred prosecution agreement with U.S.
Meng Wanzhou, the Huawei Technologies executive detained in Canada since December 2018 to await extradition to the United States, has reached a deal with the U.S. government.
Erik Slooten named Expat CEO of the Year
Erik Slooten took home the BBJ Expat CEO of the Year award at the seventh annual Top Expat CEO Gala, held at the Corinthia Hotel Budapest tonight. The HIPA Partnership award wen...
Greta Thunberg joins tens of thousands of climate protesters in Berlin
The Berlin protest was part a worldwide climate strike that included around 1,400 events in 80 countries organised by the Fridays for Future movement.
U.S. Charges 138 Medical Workers for US$1.4 Billion Fraud
The Department of Justice last week announced criminal charges against 138 doctors, nurses and licenced medical professionals for their alleged involvement in fraud schemes wort...
An overview of the use of cryptocurrencies in terrorist financing
Following the fall of the elected Afghan government and rise of the Taliban in its place, many speculated that the group had or may turn to cryptocurrencies as a way to finance ...
Hungary's foreign minister calls EU cutting funding over LGBT promotion law "blackmail"
"We will not make make compromises about the future of our children," Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said.
Crypto Channels Targeted in Biden’s Fight Against Ransomware
The Biden administration plans a fresh campaign against ransomware attacks through sanctions to cut off criminals’ cryptocurrency pipelines, and it urged companies to report ext...
Orbán: Government 'fighting' to restore 13th month pensions as quickly as possible
Viktor Orbán, in an interview to public radio on Friday, said the government was "fighting" to restore 13th month pensions as fast as possible so that rather than phasing it in ...
"It was good to be Catholic and Hungarian here" – Father Kornél Fábry, Secretary General of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress
In his interview with Hungary Today, Father Kornél, the chief organizer of this year's IEC, talked about the successful hosting of the event.
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