Holland Casino is cutting 100 jobs at its headquarters part of a new strategy.
In the future more space should be reserved for cultural and journalistic productions in public broadcasting, according to D66 MP, Kees Verhoeven.
Restaurant De Leest in Vaassen gets a third Michelin star, announced the organization behind the award.
Lilianne Ploumen, minister for foreign trade and development cooperation, has criticized three Dutch textile companies for not signing agreements to provide workers in Bangladesh reasonable wages and safe environment.
The Netherlands has become the world’s biggest exporter of tomatoes, surpassing Mexico, the AD reports.
Dutch publishing firm Weekbladpers Concern Group will cut 100 jobs, RTL News reports.
Of all EU Member States, the Netherlands spends the least on families and children as a proportion of its social spending, according to statistics by Eurostat, the European statistical office, published Thursday.
Tele2 AB is building a 4th-generation network in the Netherlands and could sell older fixed-line assets in the country, Bloomberg News reports.
Schiphol has partnered with the French Aéroports de Paris and two Brazilian parties to make a bid for a stake in Galeão Airport in Rio de Janeiro. Four other consortia have also placed bids. Which consortium gets the concession will be disclosed Friday
T-Mobile Netherlands has decided to sell its broadband business Euronet/Online to the Canal Digital Satelliet Group.
Tesla Motors, which makes electric cars, has decided to drop price for its Model S in Europe.
Dutch company Royal Philips announced that it has teamed up with Desso, a global carpets, carpet tiles and sport pitches company, to develop solutions that combine LED lighting with light transmissive carpet.
Dutch food and chemicals group DSM is spinning off its pharmaceuticals division in a $2.6 billion deal with private equity firm JLL, Reuters reports Tuesday.
Consumentenbond said it found that many online shops are offering fake discount on toys.
Advent International has entered into an agreement to acquire Dutch software maker Unit4 NV for about €1.15 billion, Bloomberg News reports.
Amsterdam is phasing out a number of its coffee-shops, choosing education over a controversial business that has been a major tourist draw. The City Council said on Friday that it is taking into consideration the owners of 31 shops that have to close because they are in too close proximity to schools. “We are not forcing them to close all at once; we’re giving the owners an opportunity to start different businesses,” the council said.
The last four quarters of the recession cost the Dutch an average of 1300 euros per head. The entire Dutch economy suffered a loss of 10 billion euros, compared to a period of zero growth
After Industrieele Groote Club, De Kring, and Arti et Amicitiae there is now a club for the internet generation in the city: The Club Amsterdam on the Herengracht - members only
AMSTERDAM—An Amsterdam based minter, arrested by police last week, was apparently living the high life while ducking from creditors, and reneging on promises he was making to clients. “Patrick O.
The government and the opposition parties CDA, D66, ChristenUnie, GroenLinks, and SGP will not reach an agreement this week on the retirement plans
The FairPhone, a Dutch initiative for a sustainable mobile phone is sold out. The makers tweeted Thursday afternoon that all 25,000 mobile phones were sold out
The investigation into the eavesdropping practices of the U.S. NSA is extended to bank accounts
Amsterdam-based coffee and tea company DE Master Blenders said it is slashing 110 jobs.