Vo Do Thang, director of Athena Network Security Training Centre, said that cross-border technology companies do not want to be bound by Vietnamese law, so they do not establish any representative offices or branches in Vietnam. They only maintain a small personnel in Vietnam to communicate and provide information. Therefore, collecting taxes from them is really difficult. … [Read more...] about Despite huge revenues, Facebook and Google pay tiny tax in Vietnam
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More and more co-living spaces are sprouting in urban areas like San Francisco, where a critical lack of housing has caused rent prices to soar. Startups have launched with the single goal of meeting demand for co-living. Some tout their affordable prices, while others charge a premium for fully furnished rooms and sweet perks, like maid service and free internet. … [Read more...] about This 32-year-old tech CEO lives in an SF home with 9 roommates
The raise, approved by the airport's board, brings Donohue’s base salary to $512,000, up from $496,186 the previous year. His bonus was lower than the $171,285 he received last year after he met 93.75 percent of the goals and metrics set for him by the airport board, compared with 118.75 percent last year. … [Read more...] about DFW Airport CEO gets $140,000 bonus, 3.1 percent raise after record year
There’s much speculation about technological developments in the language-learning sphere, but Witte is sceptical. “Virtual Reality (VR) is very immersive tech, and because of that it’s hard to fit into your day. With an app, the entry point into reconnecting with language learning is very easy and always there, but with VR you need to dive into another world – it needs to come a long way. … [Read more...] about Is Google Translate Improving or Ruining the Way We Travel?
Launching the third annual TMS Asia-Pacific third Asia Travel and Hospitality Industry Salary Report this week, CEO Andrew Chan said the 2010 survey will have even more significance than its 2008 and 2009 predecessors following what he described as a three-year economic roller coaster ride for the sector. he said. “The economic tide has turned again and we now find ourselves in a bullish environment where jobs that had become relatively scarce across the latter stages of 2008 and 2009 have once again become more plentiful. Our issue now, as was the case in early 2008, is that once again we find ourselves with a deficiency of readily available candidates to fill these burgeoning new roles. This obviously has immense bearing on remuneration packages with employers once again finding themselves immersed in a ‘war for talent’ and as a result, being forced to outbid each other in order to secure the best available talent in an ever-tightening corridor.” … [Read more...] about TMS launches 2010 Asia Travel/Hospitality Industry Salary Report