Analysts recommend buying Tallink sharesEconomy
- Tallink amounts to one third of the Tallinn stock exchangeEconomy
- Tallink seeking for major investorEconomy
- Case with €700,000 stolen on board Sweden ferryLocal News
- Gazprom looking to supply Tallink's new ferryEconomy
- The ups and downs of Tallinn Stock ExchangeEconomy
- Listed companies go generous with dividendsEconomy
- Small towns in race for ferry link to Kotka Trip for Finnish truckers potentially cut by hundreds of kilometresEconomy
- Finns begin assembling Megastar Keel laid for passenger ship burning LNGEconomy
- Yesterday, four percent of Tallink shares change hands over-the-counterEconomy
- Taxify alters app, cabbies get anxiousEconomyLast week the taxi service mediator Taxify freed its app from initial small carrier brands. In a few months, logos of all companies will go. Ordering a cab, people will thus be in the dark as to which firm comes around. Taxify says this is in the interests of clients and drivers alike. Some doubt the sincerity.
- Editorial: is Schengen dead?OpinionWe're living in a world where virtual reality sometimes feels more real than life itself. When nations which have agreed to do away with internal borders restore border checks due to influx of refugees, can we speak about Schengen treaty still valid? True: it does allow border control in certain situations and we can still travel freely from Tallinn to Lisbon with ID-card only, so both de jure and de facto if feels business as usual. But... is it?
- Editorial: connections lost? What's the cost?Opinion
- Editorial: cruise peddlers must keep clients safeOpinionA couple of lines dropped by Tallink personnel director to a TV channel have triggered a scandal in Swedish society, as well as yet another debate on attitudes related to rape. This is what the director said: «Every woman have to think about that first, how much they drink. They know where it could go. And also we can say that not every drunk person is raped.» The ship company has condemned the attitude that can be attributed to these sentences, and the director has apologised.
- Tallink's August passenger numbers remain on same level on yearEconomy
- Ashwin Roy to be removed from Tallink supervisory boardEconomy
- Tallink's July passenger numbers down 4 pctEconomy
- Baby born on board Tallink ship headed from Riga to StockholmLocal News
- Tallink to buy ship for Riga–Stockholm route from rival Viking LineEconomy
- Tõnis Oja: Tallink on sea of speculationsOpinionNearly all needs to be known about listed companies, but when it comes to Tallink, the public is almost totally in the dark. Another mysterious move around the shipping group started happening three months ago, the company announcing large transactions involving 15.7 per cent of shares changing hands.
- Swedbank quick comment: Tallink set to announce first dividendsEconomy
- Tallink posts EUR 56.3 mln profit in 2012EconomyAS Tallink Grupp and its subsidiaries (the Group) carried a total of 9.26 million passengers in the 2012 financial year which is 1.3% more than the year before. The Group’s unaudited consolidated revenue grew 4% to EUR 943.9 million in the 2012 financial year. Gross profit was EUR 201.2 million, EBITDA EUR 165.5 million and unaudited net profit reached EUR 56.3 million (EUR 0.08 per share) which is 49% or EUR 18.6 million increase compared to the previous year, reported Tallink.
- Swedbank: Tallinn equity weeklyEconomy