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Top Online Slot Games With Best Bonus Features 20 February 2018, 15:25 CET
Online casinos are very popular today. More and more players engage into the gaming. Slots became increasingly popular is particular, perhaps due to their simplicity and the adrenaline rush they provoke. It is the game with long history, but innovated and adapted to the modern gaming market.

4 Ways the Money From a Settlement Loan Can Make Life Easier 19 February 2018, 14:04 CET
Anyone who has ever sustained an injury because of the negligence of another party knows that the resulting suit can drag on for a long time.

Schengen visa application process and requirements 16 February 2018, 16:48 CET
Thanks to the Schengen Agreements from 1985 and 1990 respectively, people enjoy much more freedom when it comes to travelling.

The Change in Legislation for iGaming Companies in the US and Europe 14 February 2018, 17:55 CET
Ever since the first casinos started to appear in France in the 18th Century governments started to impose regulations, and taxes too, on them and today this is even more the case.

How to Choose Proper NVidia Drivers for Your Computer? 13 February 2018, 23:34 CET
Graphic card is one of the most important components on your PC. It is not like the sound card - without it you cannot even launch the PC. So it is essential to watch for its software to be updated as it allows your device to operate on the peak of efficiency.

EuroCommerce reminds retailers and wholesalers to be ready for the EU Data Protection Regulation 12 February 2018, 22:50 CET
With 100 days left before the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May, EuroCommerce is reminding all retailers and wholesalers to take the necessary action to be ready and compliant by that date, echoing the recent European Commission warning on the urgent need to step up preparations at Member State level.

Advertising ban on the Swedish gambling market could be lifted 09 February 2018, 15:56 CET
The Swedish gambling market face a big challenge. In March 2017, the Government of Sweden presented a proposal to abolish the state gambling monopoly, in favour of a licensing system.

What Are The Legal Requirements For Starting A Cleaning Business in The EU? 09 February 2018, 14:57 CET
The cleaning industry in the EU is one of the most profitable sectors, at the time being. And while it may seem complicated to set up a cleaning business, there are many advantages associated with doing so.

EuroISPA Marks Safer Internet Day 08 February 2018, 16:14 CET
To mark Safer Internet Day 2018, the European Internet Service Providers Association (EuroISPA) has reiterated the crucial role played by Internet Hotlines and their efforts in fighting Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) and other illegal content online.

Legislators should not lose sight of correcting discriminatory wholesale roaming charges despite progress on EECC 08 February 2018, 16:05 CET
Legislators make welcome progress on pro-competitive radio spectrum aspects of the draft European Electronic Communications Code, but high wholesale roaming charges are still hurting MVNOs and damaging competition for mobile services.

Human Resource's Payroll Assistance - A Guide 07 February 2018, 13:28 CET
When you hear the term payroll, it is easy to associate it with the issuance of paychecks. Issuing paychecks is indeed an important part of payroll. However, it is not the entirety of it. If you want to be a responsible and credible human resources employee, you need to learn what exactly payroll is.

Safari: A Great Browser for PC from Apple 06 February 2018, 18:23 CET
Apple has been severely criticized after the release of Safari for Windows. Instability and a lot of bugs in his first version produced not the best impression at all. However, since then everything has changed dramatically, and in Safari 5 we see a number of remarkable new products, for example, a new Reader icon for more comfortable reading on one page, faster page loading, and significantly improved support for HTML5.

How To Boost Productivity In The Workplace 06 February 2018, 13:04 CET
Whether you're the boss looking to get the most of out your team, or you work for a company that is largely office based, you'll know that the environment in which you work is important for optimising productivity and creativity.

The EU, The North and Innovation 06 February 2018, 00:35 CET
The Northern England segment of the UK has, in the past, been neglected by the state in favour of attention heaped on the south’s capital of London. However, this has not brought small business and innovators to a halt, with The Guardian repeating late last month that tech startups were flourishing in Manchester, which holds the biggest digital hub outside of London, and Leeds, swelled by EU enterprise funds. Further north, Edinburgh leads the way for Scotland.

Which Factors to Consider when Formulating a Global Strategy? 02 February 2018, 15:15 CET
The majority of businesses nowadays are striving to expand internationally. However, each country is different, thus, there are factors to consider.

Improving the Security of UK Lone Workers 02 February 2018, 15:10 CET
Lone workers are exposed to greater levels of risk, and that’s bad news for the 8 million lone workers in the UK.

Co-production: Working together to create inclusive employment opportunities! 01 February 2018, 15:08 CET
On Tuesday 30 January EASPD and its partners in the Taskforce "Support Services of Tomorrow" (EDF, COFACE Families-Europe, ENIL, Inclusion Europe and MHE-SME) cohosted the event 'Co-producing employment initiatives for young persons with disabilities and mental health problems' alongside MEP Brando Benifei.

Energy Performance of Buildings Directive: Agreement reached is the right way to renovate Europe's building stock 01 February 2018, 15:03 CET
Yesterday the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER) confirmed the agreement reached between the Estonian presidency and the European Parliament in December 2017 on the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).

Introduction to LED Lights 01 February 2018, 13:37 CET
The recent Physics Nobel Prize awarded to the Japanese scientists, Isamu Akasaki, Shuji Nakamura, and Hiroshi Amano for their work on blue light emitting diodes (LEDs) shows the extent to which the lighting technology has changed over the last forty years and the difference they actually make to the world.

Blockchain Regulations - Figuring it out 30 January 2018, 17:37 CET
We hear the phrase blockchain or cryptocurrency or bitcoin regulation in the news almost every day. There are reports from all corners of the world talking about government and financial institution being worried about the lack of "regulation" around this new technology. However, the biggest question that needs to be asked is – what do we mean by blockchain or cryptocurrency regulation?

ACE endorses the Davos Declaration calling for a high-quality Baukultur for Europe 26 January 2018, 11:13 CET
On 21-22 January 2018, the European Ministers of Culture and stakeholders from the heritage and cultural sectors, including the Architects Council of Europe (ACE), attended a conference dedicated to Baulkultur at the invitation of the President of the Swiss Confederation. On this occasion, they adopted a Declaration, which highlights the benefits of a high-quality Baukultur to society and pathways for promoting and achieving it in Europe.

EU needs to boost social infrastructure investment, new report says 25 January 2018, 23:21 CET
On the 23rd January, the High-Level Taskforce on Investing in Social Infrastructure in Europe presented their report on how to boost investment in healthcare, long-term care, education and social housing in the European Union.

What you Need to Know About Personal Finance in 2018 24 January 2018, 19:00 CET
It's estimated that only 8% of New Years' resolutions are actually kept, and this is concerning when you consider that the vast majority relate to finances.

UK Prime Minister Takes Credit for EU Credit Card Policy 23 January 2018, 23:29 CET
The UK Prime Minister Theresa May has drawn ridicule after taking credit for legislation that was actually EU Policy.

How to Stay Risk-Free in the Foreign Market Haze 23 January 2018, 15:20 CET
Renowned traders such as George Soros, Andrew Krieger, and Bill Lipschutz all made a name for themselves on the foreign market. How did they manage it? Well, while they surely have a propensity for taking risks, it’s important to note that they are still calculated ones. Here is how to keep your business as free from danger as possible while meeting your profit target.

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