BI Årskonferanse 2013: Anita Krohn Traaseth – Mine første 90 dager som HP toppsjef


Category: Technology

Hun leder en bedrift med 400 medarbeidere, mer enn 4 mrd i omsetning og med en svært omfattende kundeportefølje. Hvordan var de første 90 dagene som toppsjef? Hvordan tiltrer man et slikt ansvar? Se videointervju fra BIs Årskonferanse 2013.

Source: BI Norwegian Business School

Published: January 29, 2013


Lakselaget Offers Scholarships to Professional Minnesota and Norwegian Women


Category: AmCham News

Lakselaget offers scholarships to Minnesota women desiring to study inNorway and to Norwegian women wishing to study in Minnesota or at theUniversity of North Dakota, Grand Forks. The organization also provides grantsto Minnesota professional women who have an opportunity to work in Norway andto Norwegian women who have an opportunity to work in Minnesota. The […]

Source: Lakselaget Foundation

Published: January 24, 2013


Norway Launches Interbank Rate Probe


Category: Accounting / Financial

In the latest in a series of worldwide probes into whether banks manipulated money  market rates such as Libor that have led to big fines for Barclays  and UBS, the Financial Services Authority in Oslo said it  was investigating volatile trading in Nibor, the Norwegian interbank offered rate. The investigation started after the Norges Bank, the […]

Source: The Financial Times

Published: January 16, 2013


House Hunting in … Norway


Category: Property / Real Estate

This house is in Drammen, a port city about 24 miles from Oslo. The current owners collaborated with an architect on the design; work was completed in 2010. The starkness of mostly white walls and polished concrete floors is offset by warm-toned accent walls and inset ceiling lights. “It’s pretty minimalist, but it’s not cold,” […]

Source: The New York Times

Published: January 16, 2013


Norway’s Oil Boom Leads to Higher Costs and Delays


Category: Energy

Oil companies operating in Europe’s second largest oil exporter boosted their  investments to a record $25 billion in 2012, amid record-high oil prices, but  most of it was spent on boosting production in existing fields, “in particular  on increasing recovery from giant fields like Ekofisk and Troll,” said Malcolm  Dickson, Wood Mackenzie’s Norway Upstream analyst. […]

Source: Dow Jones Newswires

Published: January 10, 2013