Economist on Sasin’s new corporate tax: Has anyone gone mad? I hope these are just stupid suggestions

The government intends to adopt a law imposing on large companies within days new tax. In just hours there was a real avalanche of information on this subject in the media. First, reports emerged that the 50% tax would apply to state energy giants. Watch the video Is a tax on excess profits of energy … Read more

Microsoft launches new corporate network to improve live broadcasting

Company announced Microsoft The US announced that it will introduce a new CDN service targeting businesses, with new improvements to the live video streaming service. Microsoft’s new service follows the acquisition of Peer5 in August 2021 and the subsequent integration of the company’s service into the Teams video conferencing platform, according to technology news site … Read more

The pillars of corporate wellness | Well-being in the company

The bond that is established in friendship makes that relationship last for years and years, so that some people have “lifelong” friends. In the workplace today it is rare for a person to start working and retire in the same company, but many have discovered the importance of strengthening the bond with their employees as … Read more

Driving impressions with the Volkswagen ID.Buzz: A corporate hippie

After decades of concepts and promises, Volkswagen has managed to revive another legendary model. The new incarnation of the legendary bus has a sympathetic design and a truly modern drive. We have been waiting a very long time for a modern interpretation of the legendary Type 2 model from the 1950s. After all, Volkswagen has … Read more

Qatar’s “Bima” profits rise 25% in the second quarter, supported by insurance revenues | Corporate News

The profits of the Qatari Islamic Insurance Company “Beema” in the second quarter of 2022 increased by 25.5% on an annual basis to about 18.4 million riyals. While the company’s net profit at the end of the first half of this year grew by 30% compared to the first six months of 2021, reaching 31.9 … Read more

Misinformation on the causes of gas prices covers corporate speculation

Inflation within the European Union reached a record level of 9.8% in July, while gas exceeded the threshold of 290 euros per megawatt hour (MWh) on the Amsterdam market in the past few hours. The two phenomena are related, from the moment in which an increase in the price of energy goods consequently causes higher … Read more

“Reggie” has set a new concept for corporate relations with sports… Lebanon’s champion for the eighth time!

It may seem strange for a team belonging to a particular company to win a sports title in a team sport, but this may constitute a useful concept to advance the sector and end the dominance of the “financed person”. One of the institutions that attach importance to sports in its activities is the Tobacco … Read more

Cybercriminals change their strategies to access corporate computers.

The latest HP Wolf Security report highlights the latest hacking techniques and pitfalls.phishing attacks targeting employees and endangering businesses. HP today released its quarterly Threat Insights report, highlighting a new wave of cybercriminals spreading malware families – including QakBot, IceID, Emotet and RedLineStealer- are resorting to files with shortcuts or links (the typical “LNK”) to … Read more

U.S. stock rebound does not match corporate earnings outlook, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs strategists continue to sing short | Anue Juheng – US Stocks

According to Bloomberg’s report on Monday (8th), Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs strategists both said they expect earnings to shrink next year as costs continue to weigh on U.S. corporate earnings. The rebound trend is inconsistent, and it is too early to be optimistic at present, and there may be another wave of decline in … Read more

Corporate profits are high, the bill is on the consumer

ANP NOS News•Sunday, 07:02 Nina Bogosavac editor economics Nina Bogosavac editor economics It is perhaps the most pressing economic question of the moment: who pays the bill for the sky-high energy and raw material prices? A look at the quarterly figures of a number of large multinationals shows that that account is not with them … Read more