Hacker: I posted everything I have, Citybee data protection was poor

The hacker who has recently leaked data of 110,000 Lithuanian-registered users of the car-sharing service CityBee says the company’s security measures were poor, adding that he has no more data.

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Avia Solutions Group wants to expand at Vilnius Airport

Avia Solutions Group, an aviation business group, has asked Lithuania's government for permission to reconstruct a hangar at Vilnius Airport where aircraft are serviced and repaired.

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Moody’s improves, Standard & Poor’s affirms Lithuania's rating

International rating agency Moody’s has improved Lithuania's long-term credit rating to A2, from A3, with a stable outlook after six years, and Standard & Poor’s has affirmed the existing rating of A+, from A, with a stable outlook.

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Majority of Lithuanians believe economic situation will worsen

More than half of Lithuanian residents believe the economic situation in the country will worsen over the upcoming year, a new survey showed on Friday.

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Russia resumes gas transit to Kaliningrad via Lithuania

Russia resumed its transit of natural gas to the Kaliningrad region via Lithuania on Tuesday night, according to the latest data on Lithuania's gas transmission system operator Amber Grid's website.

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Large firms can expect alternative support for testing

The Lithuanian government is currently discussing an alternative method of coronavirus testing that could be applied in large companies, Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte said on Tuesday.

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Lithuania may allow hairdressers, non-food shops to reopen next Monday

The Lithuanian Cabinet on Monday approved in principle a plan allowing some non-food shops and hairdressers to reopen next Monday, but will make a final decision on Wednesday.

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Tech companies join hands to tackle low supply of in-demand specialists

Nord Security, Biomapas, Satalia, NFQ and other tech leaders are coming together to help train Data Scientists that will be company-ready in just 6 months. For Turing College, the Data Science career school behind this new method, an expanding circle of suitable industry partners is of high strategic importance for growing the next generation of highly sought-after Data Scientists.

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Traders agree to gradual lockdown easing

Traders agree to a gradual easing of the existing restrictions, Ruta Vainiene, director of the Association of Lithuanian Trade Enterprises, says, adding that those having direct access from the outside and able to restrict their trading space to 2,000 square meters could go first.

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Retailers say delay of reopening of shops 'at odds with reality and logic'

The government's decision to delay the reopening of non-food shops is at odds with reality and logic, the director of the Lithuanian Association of Trade Companies said on Wednesday, noting that part of the closed businesses is starting to work illegally.

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Revolut starts moving to permanent flexible working

Revolut, the global financial app, this week confirmed its move towards permanent flexible working, supported by an innovative RevLab real estate strategy to repurpose all its offices as flexible collaborative spaces. The company is enabling the vast majority of its 2,000+ employees to choose when and how often they would like to work from home or visit the workplace. The new RevLabs will have around 70% of the space devoted to collaboration and teamwork in response to employees’ feedback.

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Panel to propose letting ski runs operate

A proposal will be presented to the government to allow ski runs to operate in Lithuania, the country's Interior Minister Agne Bilotaite says.

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Thermo Fisher Scientific opening new production building in Vilnius

Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics, the Lithuanian branch of the US-based medical and scientific equipment manufacturer Thermo Fisher Scientific, is opening a new production building in Vilnius on Friday.

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Latvian company won the tender to reconstruct Palanga Airport runway

A Latvian company A.C.B., which already has similar experience in reconstructing Vilnius Airport runway in 2017, won the contract for reconstruction of Palanga Airport runway in the call for tenders that was issued in autumn of the last year. During this project, one taxiway and some parts of the apron are also planned to be reconstructed, and airport operations are likely to be suspended in autumn for the shortest required period, which is for 45 days.

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Environmentalists file EUR 48 mln lawsuit against Grigeo Klaipeda

Lithuania's Environmental Protection Department has filed a 48 million euro civil lawsuit against Grigeo Klaipeda, a Klaipeda-based cardboard producer that is part of the Grigeo group, for the pollution of the Curonian Lagoon with untreated waster water, according to the department's director Olga Vebriene.

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Delfi offers its business customers new digital communication services

Banners, specialized content products, and other traditional methods of advertising on websites have become a staple in the digital age, but in order to boost the most effective of advertising campaigns and maximise the ability to reach your target audience, unconventional methods or combinations of tools are also required. With this in mind, Delfi is now offering advertising services on the Google Ads platform and social media.

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Lithuania and Sweden are to coordinate actions in implementing Green Deal and transport innovations

During the remote conversation Minister of Transport and Communications of Lithuania Marius Skuodis proposed Minister of Infrastructure of Sweden Tom Eneroth to hold regular virtual meetings of the two ministries for transport and coordinate ministerial actions in implementing the European Green Deal and introducing transport innovations. Ministers also discussed electrification of the transport sector, investments in infrastructure projects and roll-out of 5G network in the Region.

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Lobbyist seeks EUR 228,000 from state over law-enforcement actions

Andrius Romanovskis, president of the Lithuanian Business Confederation (LBC), has filed a lawsuit against the state, seeking more than 200,000 euros for what he sees as illegal actions by law-enforcement officials.

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Klaipėda FEZ joins the civic air quality monitoring initiative

Klaipėda Free Economic Zone (FEZ) has installed the air monitoring hardware and software, integrated with the city’s community information platform www.klaipedoskvapas.lt. This solution will contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable environment as well as the wellbeing of Klaipėda’s residents. It will also facilitate more accurate identification of odour sources.

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Lithuanian Airports review: the year 2020 of the biggest challenges for aviation

In 2020, 1.8 million people travelled through all three Lithuanian Airports, which is 72% less compared to 2019, and 30 thousand flights were served at the airports, which is 52% less compared to 2019. According to the forecasts of Lithuanian Airports, in 2021 the enterprise will manage to restore about half of the passenger traffic of 2019.

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