The Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University is one the best business schools in Europe.
Netflix announced that its Dutch service has signed an agreement with NBCUniversal International to acquire dramas such as Suits, Downton Abbey and Bates Motel.
Following downgrade of the Netherlands’ credit rating to AA +, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has lowered the credit ratings of Dutch financial firm ING Groep NV and its banking unit.
Whistleblower Ad Bos is finally freed from prosecution, after twelve years. The Amsterdam court put an end to the case against the 65-year-old Bos on Monday, by declaring the public prosecution inadmissible.
60 percent of young people between 20 and 24 who go out, used ecstasy at least once in the last year, according to new research from the Trimbos Institute.
The House voted for, Tuesday it will be up to the Senate, but many senators are reluctant to remove blasphemy from the penal code.
State Secetary Sharon Dijksma (Economic Affairs), labeled the practice of plucking Angora rabbits without anesthesia, recently seen on TV, unacceptable practices.
The Haga Hospital in The Hague apologized for the discharge of a patient, which was poorly communicated with the family, reported the hospital Monday. Apologies were made to both the patient and the family.
The Romanian public prosecution will appeal the verdict against two suspects in the case of the robbery of the Kunsthal in Rotterdam last year.
The Canadian politician, Joachim Stroink, who is from Dutch descent, was unsuspecting of the commotion he would cause when he posted a picture of himself on Twitter, with Sinterklaas en Zwarte Piet.
A government committee tasked with investigating electronic surveillance recommended that Dutch intelligence agencies should be allowed to monitor internet and telephone traffic.
Heinrich Boere, a Dutch war criminal and former Nazi Waffen SS member, has died in a German jail.
The Utrecht City Council, Water Board Amstel, Gooi and Vecht have agreed that sex boats on Zandpad will be removed by March 2014, RTV Utrecht reports Monday.
A 9-year-old girl has helped Amsterdam police in arresting three burglars, the AD reports quoting Reuters news agency.
The Netherlands government will closely monitor the companies’ efforts to provide job opportunities for people with disabilities.