Äripäev writes that Estonian tax authority plans to zoom on all businessmen who are saving on labour costs by using private liability companies. COMMENTS (2)
Äripäev writes that two taxi companies Tallink Takso and Tulika are urging their drivers to stop using Taxify tax booking app and have launched their own joint app called Taxofon.COMMENTS (1)
Äripäev writes that TransferWise co-founders Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Käärmann have been named Ernst and Young UK Entrepreneurs of the Year 2015.
In August 394,000 tourists stayed in Estonian accommodation establishments, up 4 percent in a year, Statistics Estonia reports.
Postimees writes that business magazine Forbes Eesti is owing salary to several staff members.
Äripäev writes that Olympia Baltic Opportunities Fund, a French investment company that recently acquired the main building of the Police and Border Guard Authority wants to own six buildings by the year-end for up to 200 million eurosCOMMENTS (1)
Äripäev writes that the new law on credit providers and brokers that will enter into force next March could end the business of many companies that are providing instalment payments.
Estonian business lacks of business ethics and integrity, especially if one compares it to Finland, says Toomas Peek, an Estonian telecom businessman and investor.
Estonia’s new Enterprise Minister Liisa Oviir (SDE) says in Äripäev that the state must reduce bureaucracy and interfere in the economy only if it is vitally important.
Postimees writes that a security check by software giant Google has showed that about 250,000 electronic ID cards issued in Estonia including more than 5,000 electronic identity cards issued by Estonia to e-residents are faulty as their certificate does not conform to standard.COMMENTS (3)
Shady Russian banker Mikhail Nadel was applying for Estonian citizenship a few years ago and attempted to start a business in Estonia.
The Harju county court ruled today that Tallinn Mayor Edgar Savisaar should be removed from office for the preliminary investigation of a corruption case.COMMENTS (1)
The fresh list of richest Estonians published by the business daily Aripaev on Tuesday shows Kristo Kaarmann, one of the founders of Transferwise, as the wealthiest person here with an estimated net worth of 234 million euros.
In October 2014, the gross hourly earnings of female employees were 23.3% lower than the gross hourly earnings of male employees. COMMENTS (4)
Äripäev writes that shared services centres that foreign multinationals have set up in Estonia in recent years are notably successful.COMMENTS (1)
Most businessmen agree that such corruption cases as the latest one surrounding Mayor of Tallinn Edgar Savisaar show Estonia’s business climate from a bad angle.COMMENTS (2)
The Internal Security Service KAPO on Tuesday detained Tallinn Mayor Edgar Savisaar as a suspect for repeatedly accepting bribes.COMMENTS (1)
Today morning KAPO detained Edgar Savisaar, mayor of Tallinn and chairman of Center Party.
Äripäev writes that Estonian entrerepeneurs are facing tougher times as the economy is growing at a snail’s pace and expectations are low also for the next year.
Owners of Infortar which controls the listed Tallink ferry group are still interested in investing in Estonian Air.
The state plans to set up a new national airline in the event that the European Commission rules that Estonian Air has received illegal state aid that must be repaid, reported Aktuaalne Kaamera.
Estonian tax board is struggling with a new tax evasion scheme where companies buy homes which are then used either as the home for the company’s owner or are rented out.COMMENTS (2)
Estonian farming organisations are today holding a protest rally outside Toompea Castle, reports Eesti Päevaleht.
Tallinn Airport estimates that 2.2 million people will travel through the airport in 2015, almost 10 percent more than last year.
Siim Roode, a lawyer who has been charged in the Autorollo criminal case, is involved also in another prominent bankruptcy case around Catmet Ltd.
According to Statistics Estonia, in July 2015, exports of goods decreased by 6% year on year.
Statistics Estonia reported today that 458,800 tourists stayed a night in Estonia in July, which is 4% more than in July 2014. COMMENTS (1)