The company is losing a key figure – inventor Štefan Klein.
Its first session is planned for the autumn.
One of Slovakia’s media schools has invited a well-known conspiracy theorist to an academic conference. What does this say about the state of the Slovak media?
The Slovak Spectator brings you a selection of hoaxes from the past two weeks.
Are Slovaks scared of foreigners? The stories of those who are trying to make their homes here suggest that ignorance and bureaucratic inertia, rather than fear, cause more problems.
Following the recently amended law on criminal liability of legal persons, the issue of cost-effectiveness of prevention emerges more and more.
Controversial historian invited to speak about Slovakia’s wartime president; Israeli Embassy condemns decision.
The year 2016 was second worst in numbers of Slovak companies that ceased to exist since the beginning of the financial crisis, an analysis found.
After criticism from coalition MPs for flying and a troublesome car trip, Slovak President Kiska to commute to Bratislava by international train, boarding it in his hometown of Poprad.
The book BA!! Places of Living Culture 1989-2016 brings authentic accounts about 38 independent cultural spots in Bratislava.
March and the first half of April were warm and mild but during Easter a cold spell began that took temperatures closer to the long term average.
Gradually 55 bilingual signs will be installed by the end of September.
A survey shows that in the scandal concerning overpriced orders of the Slovak presidency of the Council of EU, public trust the whistleblower, Zuzana Hlávková, rather than the Foreign Ministry which organised them.
The Košice Regional Court retained two thirds of the U.S. Steel premises in Košice-Šaca in favour of a shell company. The steelworks do not comment on lawsuits.
Software company Eset is eyeing the premises for its new R&D centre.
RÚZ has begun to believe that discussing the minimum wage is a waste of time.
Automotive industry struggles by lack of labour force and rigid legislature.
A foreigners' real experience at the foreigners’ police department in Bratislava.
Voters and consumers feel powerless and angry. But sometimes the system does actually work, after a fashion.
The new feature uses neural networks to make better translations between Slovak and English.
Slovak soldiers are participating in the international military drill in Latvia with almost 1,700 soldiers in total.
Slovak diplomat – who was once “shadow” foreign minister of the Smer party – will become an official of a UN economic body.
People can attend a rich programme of Bratislava City Days during the weekend 22-23 April.
Slovakia advances to the quarterfinals from third place, after defeating Switzerland.
The last match in the preliminary round will decide on their rival for the quarterfinals.
The hosting towns have adopted tightened security measures, but also measures to protect the environment.