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Grupo Lena pediu apoio para superar "dificuldades"

22 Oct 2017

O Grupo Lena pediu à banca ajuda para "superar as dificuldades" causadas pelos danos reputacionais que atribui à Operação Marquês. O MP pede que a empresa não possa trabalhar, durante cinco anos, para o Estado.

Hotéis da Lena já têm ok dos credores para recuperação

22 Oct 2017

A área de turismo do grupo Lena, presente na hotelaria com a marca Eurosol, conseguiu a aprovação dos PER para negociar a dívida de quase 40 milhões. Falta, agora, transitar em julgado.

No poupar é que está o gasto

22 Oct 2017

Há muitas explicações para os fogos que este ano alastram pelo país. As alterações climáticas, os incendiários, a falta de meios humanos e materiais e até uma putativa máfia do fogo. Todas elas são plausíveis e admissíveis num ...

Vieira da Silva: "Não vejo contradição entre devolução de rendimentos e lógica reformista"

22 Oct 2017

O ministro da Segurança Social recusa que o Governo esteja a privilegiar a devolução de rendimentos e a esquecer as reformas estruturais. As duas dimensões cruzam-se e avançam em paralelo, argumenta, em entrevista.

Portugal é dos que menos gasta no combate aos incêndios

22 Oct 2017

Portugal lidera os rankings europeus de área ardida e é, ao mesmo tempo, um dos países que menos gasta no combate aos incêndios. Em 2015, apenas 0,2% da despesa do país era dedicada a essa área, metade da média da Zona Euro.

Uma casa de 50 mil euros na Baixa de Lisboa? "Nem uma garagem"

22 Oct 2017

O SIL ? Salão Imobiliário de Portugal terminou este domingo, 22 de Outubro. Entre as agências presentes, a oferta em Lisboa esteve em destaque. São preços que começam a fugir àquilo que as famílias portuguesas podem, em média, pagar.

Cristas diz que ouviu com "espírito construtivo" decisões do Conselho de Ministros

22 Oct 2017

A presidente do CDS-PP, Assunção Cristas, disse este domingo que ouviu com "espírito construtivo" as decisões tomadas em Conselho de Ministros e que, com o mesmo espírito, o partido avançará com propostas para ultrapassar dificuldade...

ESI em insolvência vende créditos de 64 milhões de euros

22 Oct 2017

Nenhuma pessoa ligada ao GES poderá concorrer ao processo de compra de títulos de 64 milhões de euros que a insolvente ESI está a recolocar no mercado.

O cheiro a cebola e o milagre da... lágrima

22 Oct 2017

Sempre duvidei das conversões rápidas, mormente quando vêem acompanhadas de lágrimas (vermelhas, laranja, cor-de-rosa...). Vem isto a propósito do ar compungido, de lágrima iminente, que atingiu António Costa desde 6ª feira e que o ...

Notas da semana de Marques Mendes

22 Oct 2017

Luís Marques Mendes faz, ao domingo na SIC, os seus comentários sobre o que aconteceu durante a semana. E o Negócios publica as notas que servem de base aos comentários. Esta semana analisa a tragédia dos incêndios, avaliando os vári...

Spain moves to dismiss Catalonia’s secessionist government

21 Oct 2017

THE hesitation is over. On October 21st Mariano Rajoy (pictured, left), Spain’s prime minister, announced that his government will ask the Senate to give it powers to dismiss the administration in Catalonia and to call a regional ele...

Spain moves to dismiss Catalonia’s secessionist government

21 Oct 2017

 THE hesitation is over. On October 21st Mariano Rajoy (pictured, left), Spain’s prime minister, announced that his government will ask the Senate to give it powers to dismiss the administration in Catalonia and to call a region...

Emmanuel Macron’s employment reforms may not go far enough

19 Oct 2017

TOY robots line Jérôme Veneau’s barber shop in Paris, and a Superman symbol adorns one wall. The decor is appropriate: Mr Veneau’s efforts to earn a living are robotic and tireless. His first 200 haircuts each month, he says, pay for ...

The death of a crusading journalist rocks Malta

18 Oct 2017

A flame snuffed outTWO or three hundred people gathered outside the courthouse in Valletta on October 17th to protest at the assassination the previous day of Daphne Caruana Galizia, Malta’s most intrepid and controversial journalist. It ...

Britain seeks friends at Europe’s top table

20 Oct 2017

THERESA MAY, Britain’s prime minister, arrived in Brussels on October 19th for an EU summit with a cacophony of voices in her ears. Hardliners in her Conservative Party were urging her to stick two fingers up to the intransigent Europeans...

Georgia and Abkhazia are making Nutella’s job harder

19 Oct 2017

A few isolated nutsISOLATED by the Black Sea and Russia, Georgia has spent the past few decades binding itself closer to the rest of Europe. In this effort, hazelnuts play a crucial role. In 2007 Ferrero, an Italian company, set up a branch...

Alexei Navalny tells Russians they have a choice

19 Oct 2017

Calling on the kids“HELLO, Khabarovsk!” Alexei Navalny, Russia’s opposition leader and would-be presidential candidate, booms his greeting from a makeshift podium on the outskirts of this far-eastern city, a statue of a victorious rev...

Sebastian Kurz is flirting with the far-right Freedom Party

19 Oct 2017

SEBASTIAN KURZ has a problem. On October 15th Austria’s 31-year-old foreign minister scored an impressive election victory, somehow presenting himself as a credible messenger of change even though his centre-right Austrian People’s Part...

Spain faces a constitutional crisis over Catalonia

19 Oct 2017

WITH its mastery of social media and identity politics, the Catalan independence movement is very 21st-century. But the latest chapter in its struggle with the Spanish government has featured an old-fashioned tool: an exchange of letters, d...

The EU will not help the Catalan secessionists’ cause

12 Oct 2017

SEPARATISM in Europe these days comes draped in a blue flag with yellow stars. “If in Europe you’re not a member state, you’re nobody,” said Josep Huguet i Biosca, a Catalan politician who favours independence, back in 2004. His quo...

Catalonia's leaders slam Spanish government plans for direct rule

22 Oct 2017

Catalan leaders have insisted they will reject any attempt by Madrid to impose direct rule on their autonomous region, as a political crisis escalates over Catalonia's threats to declare independence from Spain.

Party of 'Czech Trump' wins election

22 Oct 2017

Billionaire tycoon Andrej Babis was set to become the Czech Republic's next prime minister after his ANO party won with a significant margin in the country's general election on Saturday.

Two Italian regions hold referendums

22 Oct 2017

While the rest of the world has its eyes on the outcome of Catalonia's tussle for independence, two of Italy's most prosperous regions are set to go against the establishment with a vote of their own.

EU gives UK's May a boost in Brexit talks

20 Oct 2017

European leaders have indicated that they are ready to start discussing their post-Brexit relationship the UK, giving embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May a much-needed boost after months of talks that appeared to be going nowhere.

Son claims Maltese journalist 'assassinated'

17 Oct 2017

The son of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the investigative journalist who was killed in an apparent car bombing Monday in Malta, says his mother was "assassinated" because of her work uncovering corruption.

Kids to sue 47 countries over climate change

20 Oct 2017

A group of Portuguese children whose district was ravaged by deadly forest fires this summer is to sue 47 European nations, accusing them of failing to take action on climate change.

Can Muguruza steal world No. 1 spot?

20 Oct 2017

In a year when five different players held the No. 1 ranking in women's tennis, Garbine Muguruza and Simona Halep are among those hoping to finish 2017 at No. 1 as they play at the year-end championships in Singapore.

Fernando Alonso and McLaren 'extend partnership'

19 Oct 2017

Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso will race for McLaren in 2018, the British team has confirmed.

Can Napoli free itself from Maradona memories?

20 Oct 2017

Walking down Naples' narrow streets, they say you can taste football.

Portugal and Spain wildfires kill 44

17 Oct 2017

At least 44 people have been killed in wildfires in Portugal and Spain, according to officials from both countries.

 

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