Ericsson chief executive Carl-Henric Svanberg said Wednesday price pressure on mobile telephone networks might start to ease soon, financial news agency Direkt reported.
With salutes, speeches, and former deck hands as guests of honour, the af Chapman ship finally returned to Skeppsholmen harbour in Stockholm on Wednesday.
Ikea CEO Anders Dahlvig admitted Wednesday that the global economic slowdown is affecting his company “quite a lot”, reports Bloomberg News.
Suspicions against the 42-year-old truck driver arrested for kidnapping 10-year-old Engla Höglund from near her home in Dalarna remain weak.
Sweden’s Road Administration (Vägverket) wants to ban drivers from using handheld mobile phones when behind the wheel.
Making a wrong turn on the way home from work cost a Swedish woman her right to social insurance annuity payments for injuries sustained in a car accident.
Travelling back to his home town of Los Angeles, David Bartal finds that Sweden still has a long way to go when it comes to unhealthy food at bargain prices.
The prescribing of antidepressants for people over 75-years-old has increased dramatically since 2000.
The Swedish Road Administration (Vägverket) has put forward a new definition of eco-friendly for cars purchased by the state which excludes 60 percent of models currently classified as green.
Nearly four of ten Swedes want Sweden to boycott the Opening Ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics, according to a survey carried out by Novus Opinion for TV4.