Tag "EY"

Climate change could wash away the profits of polluting domestic animals

The profits of hungarian air polluting companies may evaporate due to the seemingly unstoppable price increase in carbon quotas, EY points out. For sustainable operation, it is crucial that companies...

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Sustainability: Final minutes or a new start?

According to a study made by the European Commission (EC), European consumers are buying online more often than before and try to buy locally as many times as possible. The...

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Companies are already preparing to avoid climate risks

Egyre több vállalat foglalkozik az éghajlatváltozás hatásaival, azonban az erről szóló beszámolók még mindig nem elég részletesek – állapítja meg az EY legfrissebb klímakockázati barométere, ami 42 országból több mint...

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(HU) Csúcsokat dönt a felvásárlási láz világszerte – nemzetközi elemzés

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EY: acquisition fever tops worldwide

Worldwide, the value of corporate acquisitions nearly tripled in the first six months of the year to more than 2.6 trillion USD after 926 billion USD in the same period...

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(HU) Kiemelkedő üzletembereket díjaz az EY

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(HU) Egyre vonzóbbak a magyar cégek – növekszik a felvásárlások száma

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Protracted contracting may also stand in the way of growth for companies

The protracted contracting process is downgrading companies’ growth prospects, according to joint research by EY and Harvard Law School Center involving 1,000 legal experts. A contract that is late or...

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Many people might even give up their job without flexible working hours

The majority of employees could even leave their jobs if it did not provide them with flexible working conditions in the long term, EY’s international research of more than 16,000...

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Hundreds of millions could be called up by domestic companies for R&D this year

By properly using the tax incentives, domestic companies can save up to a third of their R&D costs, the National Office for Research, Development and Innovation and EY said at...

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