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The Local - 30 okt 13 kl. 18:38

Swedish firms 'help Georgia spy on its citizens'



Technologies supplied by Swedish telecom firms Ericsson and TeliaSonera are helping authorities in the former Soviet republic of Georgia spy on their citizens, according to Swedish media reports..
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The Local - 16 mar 11 kl. 16:45

Swedish firms help staff leave Tokyo

Ikea and H&M are among a slew of Nordic firms who on Wednesday offered to help their Japanese employees to leave Tokyo and relocate further south due to growing fears of radiation from an earthquake hit nuclear plant..

The Local - 15 sep 15 kl. 08:00

Why cutting hours could boost Swedish firms

Sweden is famous for its work-life balance, but one startup has taken it a step further. Here, Gabriel Alenius and Jimmy Nilsson explain why a six-hour workday will help their company grow..

The Local - 04 jun 13 kl. 13:58

'Labour migration helps Swedish firms compete'

Swedish companies need to keep the power to hire foreign workers, argues Karin Ekenger of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, who fears letting government agencies and unions determine who can work in Sweden will hurt firms' ability to compete globally.    .

The Local - 17 mar 16 kl. 07:40

Swedish firms risk fines after refugees caught without IDs

Transport firms risk heavy fines for letting refugees into Sweden despite not showing IDs, after police said they believed 33 people so far have crossed the border without proper documentation..

The Local - 30 mar 15 kl. 16:54

Swedish firms must learn from Saudi row

Swedish companies worried about the nation's business links with the Arab world should instead be focussing on their own responsibility to promote and demonstrate ethical behaviour, argues Ruben Brunsveld from the Swedish Network for Business and Human Rights..

The Local - 02 feb 11 kl. 14:18

Swedish firms lose out on deals through cloud leaks

Hundreds of Swedish companies have lost out on large international contracts after their secrets were leaked to competitors due to security breaches as a result of the explosion in cloud computing..

The Local - 04 aug 11 kl. 14:59

Swedish firms report hiring challenge: study

Nearly one in five Swedish employers is having difficulty finding staff with the right skills, a new survey has found, with craftsman being in particular short supply..

The Local - 11 feb 12 kl. 12:03

Swedish firms choose male bosses: report

Two-thirds of newly appointed bosses in 2011 were men, according to a survey of Sweden's eight largest management recruitment companies presented in Swedish media..

The Local - 18 jan 13 kl. 10:25

One in four Swedish firms planning layoffs

Every fourth Swedish company has listed staff cutbacks as a top priority as they struggle to remain profitable in 2013, according to report released on Friday..

The Local - 24 maj 13 kl. 11:15

Swedish firms 'clueless' about smart foreigners

As white-collar union Saco slammed Sweden's systems for helping well-educated foreigners into the labour market, The Local spoke to researcher Josefin Edström about the disconnect between foreign professionals and Swedish employers.    .

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More flight delays hit Swedish airport

Travellers at Stockholm’s Arlanda airport were beset again with delays on Saturday afternoon after technical problems with flightplan management software..

The Local - Igår: 17:15

Transport authorities call for probe into tech glitch

Authorities have called for a full investigation into a network failure that knocked out large parts of Swedish air traffic and closed Stockholm airspace last week..

The Local - Igår: 15:22

'Cold' northern Swedes get the hots for sexy toys

Where in Sweden do people buy the most sex toys? Kiruna in the far north, apparently..

The Local - Igår: 12:10

'Many Swedes think all refugees are under-educated. That's not true'

Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has launched a new programme, RAMP, aimed at equipping highly educated refugees with the skills they need to thrive in the Swedish marketplace. Director Maria Frithz Warg gives us the lowdown..

The Local - Igår: 12:10

Giant replica of Swedish 18th century ship up for sale

A Swedish ship that is the world's largest seaworthy wooden vessel of its class is up for sale, after owners ran out of funds for its upkeep..

The Local - Igår: 11:23

The top reactions to Swedish high heels handyman video

The Swedish handyman behind the high heel challenge video that went viral has told The Local that the reaction to his clip has been beyond his wildest dreams..

The Local - Igår: 10:50

First refugees cross Öresund bridge on foot

A group of five asylum seekers have for the first time successfully crossed the Öresund bridge on foot. But a police spokesperson has told The Local that the total figure may well be higher..

The Local - Igår: 08:47

Baptism day for Sweden’s Prince Oscar

It’s a big day in Sweden as Prince Oscar is set to be baptised in Stockholm, and even rainy conditions over the capital aren't likely to dampen the occasion..

The Local - Igår: 07:39

Poll: Swedes terrified of Brexit consequences

Swedes have a pessimistic view on the future of the EU and fear the consequences of Brexit, a new poll shows..

The Local - Igår: 06:59

Fend off the bad weather with a Swedish beetroot salad

It's easy to let the rain get to you when it arrives out of nowhere in the Swedish summer, and there's no better pick me up than a hearty meal that's both colourful and tasty. Food writer John Duxbury's recipe for beetroot salad with cumin and feta ticks all the boxes..



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