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Behar, Lizza reported, focused much of her time on stage lampooning Christie. Her quips seemed to get under Christie's skin and, at one point, he got up from his chair and even motioned as though he might take her cue cards. "When I first heard that
If you treat your users extremely well, then you're already on your way to practicing good design , according to one expert's definition of the concept. "Essentially it's how you treat your customers," Yves Behar, founder of San Francisco-based
Photo by M3 Communications Group Bulgarian PR expert Maxim Behar is sitting Tuesday on the jury of the prestigious European Business Awards (EBA). This is the second time that a Bulgarian will be a member of the panel of experts of the Awards
A cult racket of Bulgaria's best tennis player Grigor Dimitrov is kept in a special showcase in the office of PR expert Maxim Behar in Sofia. The racket was the one Dimitrov triumphed with in his winning set over top tennisist Rafael Nadal, and then
Sharad Chandra Behar , roped in by the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government to help with the drafting of the much-touted mohalla sabha legislation, says no deadline can be set for submission of the bill because this can entail a far
In a Friday interview for the Bulgarian National Television, he argued that the scene caused by the leader of Ataka during a Sofia-Varna flight when Siderov verbally assaulted the French cultural attache, attacked a passenger and a police officer,
Behar, who grew up in Switzerland, has always had an impulse to tinker and challenge the status quo...And it's hard to be a contrarian in a country that doesn't change. After first moving to California to attend art school in Los Angeles, he moved to
43 Views: 161 Comments: 0 Leading Bulgarian PR expert Maxim Behar. Photo by M3 The Ukrainian government is seeking to benefit from its partnership with both Russia and the European Union, according to Bulgarian PR expert Maxim Behar .
The group released a statement saying they don't want to "hide or feel threatened". Photo: Supplied The victims of the alleged anti-Semitic attacks in Bondi last weekend have defiantly claimed the incident will not affect their Jewish "way of life".
Friday night's alleged anti-Semitic attack in Sydney insist they're not going to let the broken bones and bruises they suffered affect their proud and public Jewish way of life. Members of the Behar family were walking home with friends from a