Red tape, administrative hurdles, and Catch-22s left and right. That's what you can expect when setting up a business in France. And if you're a little disheartened, don't worry you're not alone. And there is help out there. "The most daunting thing for most people is that they really get nervous about the tax administration and all the formalities that have to be done," … [Read more...] about Self-employed in France: What type of company should I set up?
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Henry Schein Inc., Long Island’s largest public company based on revenue, Tuesday announced it is rolling its software unit into a Utah-based joint venture with Internet Brands, whose websites include WebMD, Fodor’s Travel and CarsDirect. Financial terms were not disclosed. The joint venture, named Henry Schein One, will be majority-owned by Melville-based … [Read more...] about Henry Schein to roll software business into joint venture with Internet Brands
The Hanoitimes - Facebook has named Le Diep Kieu Trang, known as Christy Le, as CEO of its Vietnam operations, local media reported. Trang, 38, will be in-charge of the social network's business development for the country from the company's office in Singapore. Le Diep Kieu Trang. "With more than 60 million people using Facebook in Vietnam each month, … [Read more...] about Fossil Vietnam`s Former CEO to take charge of Facebook Vietnam
Yes, I know. Many ICOs, which allow for blockchain-enabled sales of tokens to be used in a variety of projects, are the subject of much controversy, and even contempt in some circles – especially by those who would be disrupted by them such as Jamie Dimon. Still, the idea that a community can build its own platform via a blockchain-enabled fundraise, by selling tokens to … [Read more...] about Most ICOs are dubious – but it’s still the future of software economics
2017 was undoubtedly a challenging year for nuclear power in the US. But last week, two of the major players in 2017's nuclear power drama may have found a path forward, subject to regulator approval. Westinghouse, the nuclear reactor company owned by Toshiba that went bankrupt in early 2017, may have found a buyer in a Canadian company called Brookfield Business Partners. … [Read more...] about Nuclear reactor maker Westinghouse, energy company Scana find buyers