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 Published 26.09.2014

Statec defends figures

Economy: A financial sector trade union has launched a volley against Luxembourg’s official statistics bureau, but the agency has stood by its recent report on labour costs. Trade union Aleba has ... arrow

 Published 25.09.2014

English, Spanish gain ground

Education: Only half of Luxembourg secondary students learned English, compared to more than 90% across the EU, a survey has revealed. Meanwhile, more than a third of secondary students in the EU ... arrow

 Published 24.09.2014

Good news for funds, bad news for your pension

ALFI conference: Pension reform, growth markets, getting the “millennial” generation to save and the shift to passive funds were examined during the fund industry’s big autumn confab. Things are ... arrow

 Published 24.09.2014

BCEE keeps top 10 place

Banking: Luxembourg’s state savings bank has retained its ranking by a well known trade magazine as one the world’s safest banks. Luxembourg’s state savings bank has kept its rating as the ... arrow

 Published 23.09.2014

Memorial service for Flight MH17 victims

Community: a service is being held this Saturday for Estella Vermeulen, Andrew Hoare and their children Jasper and Friso. The tragedy of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 and the loss of life of all on ... arrow

 Published 23.09.2014

Voting rights referendum

Politics: Luxembourg’s electorate will be asked next year if suffrage should be extended to non-citizens and 16 and 17 years. Luxembourg voters will head to the polls this coming spring or early ... arrow

 Published 23.09.2014

High-tech depot

Logistics: Streff is building a robot-run storage site near the Belgian border. Most people know Streff as a moving company, overtaking their green logo lorries on Luxembourg motorways. Lesser known ... arrow

 Published 22.09.2014

Study aboard nets jobs, foreign romance, says ...

Education: Erasmus exchange programme participants are more employable and more likely to find a life partner from another country, a new EU-issued report has found. Youngsters who participated in an ... arrow

 Published 18.09.2014

Picasso’s journey to Luxembourg

Economic development: All eyes were on a new facility at Findel airport during a Deloitte conference in Kirchberg. No more safety concerns about that Monet landscape of yours. The same goes for the ... arrow

 Published 18.09.2014

Site sets its sights on green tech

Economy: The new LetzGreen.lu portal aims to draw international clean technology outfits to the Grand Duchy. Several Luxembourg organisations have launched a new web portal, LetzGreen.lu, to draw ... arrow

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Horrible Bosses 2

4, US, 108 min
Cast: Kevin Spacey, Chris Pine, Jamie Foxx, Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Christoph Waltz, Charlie Day
Director(s): Sean Anders

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