ProCEEd #24 > Google ordered to correct contracts, Uber suspended in Sofia


The past week has seen quite a bit of potentially important news for big tech companies. These include the ruling of Russia’s anti-monopoly authorities that has ordered Google to correct its contracts with phone vendors, as well as Bulgaria officials’ de-facto ban of Uber in the country’s capital.

In today’s podcast listen to Peter Kovacs, the man behind the Central European Startup Awards, which were handed to the winners last week:

Just to remind you, it’s possible to listen to the podcast on Soundcloud, on iTunes, or on the newsletter’s website.

Enjoy the reading and listening, and have a great week!

Russia’s anti-monopoly agency has said that Google must correct contracts with mobile manufacturers by November 18


Bulgarian authorities have practically shut down Uber in Sofia by fining drivers for providing “unauthorised taxi services”


Startup news

VC news

  • Russia’s Buran Venture Capital has launched a new fund to invest in Central and Eastern Europe, Israel and Turkey
  • WannaBiz, Ukraine’s last significant startup incubator, has almost stopped its activities to focus on venture investment

Bigger companies


Long reads

Image credit: Jose Hidalgo

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