Vanessa Conneely - 15th February 2019

Local businesses say the culture needs to change

Vanessa Conneely - 15th February 2019

Wednesday's cyberattack investigation is still underway.

14th February 2019

The decision was taken after Emirates drastically reduced its order of the same plane.

The annual award will include one year of start-up space at the Microsoft Innovation Centre at SkyParks in Luqa.

14th February 2019

The 2019 edition will take place in June at The Hague, making it the first in Europe, and will host 1,200 hand-picked entrepreneurs from around the world.

Vanessa Conneely - 14th February 2019

The young entrepreneurs looked to France for business inspiration

Vanessa Conneely - 14th February 2019

Millions of Euro were transferred into foreign accounts

Vanessa Conneely - 14th February 2019

Malta sees a rise in networking groups aimed at working women

Marie-Claire Grima - 14th February 2019

The MDB’s highlights in 2018 included signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Malta Enterprise and Malta Industrial Parks Ltd in April, as well as a Risk Sharing Agreement with BOV and with the Family Business Office in October.

13th February 2019

The Bank has temporarily shut down all its operations.

According to figures revealed by the National Statistics Office (NSO), the labour supply in August 2018 reached 209,536.

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Vanessa Conneely - 13th February 2019

Malta Businesswoman of the year Natalie Briffa Farrugia says Malta must adapt to working mothers.

13th February 2019

Only 232 are registering as unemployed, according to NSO.

Vanessa Conneely - 13th February 2019

The building is part of a controversial complex proposed for the area

Andreina Fenech Farrugia, who was suspended today after phone intercepts published by Spanish media suggest she was involved in a tuna corruption scandal, was awarded an international honour for protecting the oceans one month before making bribes.

12th February 2019

It’s the only local telecom provider that exclusively services other businesses.

12th February 2019

President of Malta, H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, says Malta and the rest of the world need to do more to change underlying prejudices and attitudes towards women across all spheres of life.

Vanessa Conneely - 12th February 2019

The European Union is well below its United Nations target

Marie-Claire Grima - 12th February 2019

As Brexit approaches, UK nationals stand to lose several rights related to EU membership, including the right to move and reside freely within the remaining 27 member states.

11th February 2019

As a member of ECOSOC, Malta will work towards serving the international community in line with its commitment to the objectives and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations.

11th February 2019

Ms Briffa Farrugia was honoured in a ceremony that saw a line-up of inspirational business leaders and pioneers descend at the Verdala Palace to celebrate the spirit of female entrepreneurship.

Rebecca Anastasi - 9th February 2019

However, the increase in property prices and human resources shortfall continue to preoccupy operators in the sector.

8th February 2019

The guidelines are targeted at entities operating in the virtual financial assets sector.

Vanessa Conneely - 8th February 2019

An enterprise birth occurs when – for example – a new company begins operating from scratch.

Vanessa Conneely - 8th February 2019

A new report shows efficiency targets are moving further away.

8th February 2019

Traffic from Hungary also rose substantially, and will be further reinforced with the introduction of a flight to Debrecen in summer 2019.

7th February 2019

The report said that growth is expected to continue over the forecast horizon, albeit at a slower pace.

Vanessa Conneely - 7th February 2019

The move is aimed at helping investors find information quicker.

6th February 2019

Speaking at the 2019 edition of ICE London, Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Schembri said the event was the perfect platform for Malta to showcase itself as the ‘home of gaming excellence’.

Vanessa Conneely - 6th February 2019

Experts believe that the extremist group Al-Shabaab killed the Maltese port manager to send a message to his employers.