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'Game of Thrones' inspired several podcasts, which are now fighting for ad dollars even though the Iron Throne has been claimed.
Apple has a lot to lose as the U.S. does battle with China on the trade front.
Microsoft Follows Apple by Raising Bets on Gaming IndustryGaming sectorLast week, Microsoft (MSFT) and Sony announced a partnership in which the “two companies will partner on new innovations to enhance customer experiences in their
It is effectively a recession in the U.S. automotive sector, and Ford is the latest company to respond, with plans to reduce its salaried staff by 7,000 people, or about 10%.
Why Trump Bears Responsibility for US Auto Industry Job CutsFord to cut jobsOn May 20, Ford Motor Company (F) joined the other automakers that have cut their salaried workforces in the United States to save on costs in the last couple of years.This
Morgan Stanley analyst Rajeev Lalwani upgraded United to Overweight and raised his price target by $9, to $110. He downgraded Delta and American.
Ford CEO Announces Big Job Cut: Trump Might Not Like ItFord announces job cutEarlier on May 20, Ford Motor Company’s (F) CEO, Jim Hackett, announced a plan to cut ~7,000 white-collar jobs. Among the 7,000 jobs, Ford’s layoff plans would hurt
Anyone researching TopBuild Corp. (NYSE:BLD) might want to consider the historical volatility of the share price...
Timing challenges due to large customer programs and under absorption of costs are likely to hurt Dycom's (DY) fiscal Q1 results. Yet, deployment of wireline networks and solid backlog raise hopes.
Eliminating the positions will save Ford about $600 million a year, Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett wrote in a memo to employees Monday, seven months after the company informed employees of a salaried workforce “redesign.” The majority of the cuts will be completed by May 24 in North America, and by the end of August in markets including Europe, China and South America. “To succeed in our competitive industry, and position Ford to win in a fast-changing future, we must reduce bureaucracy, empower managers, speed decision making, focus on the most valuable work, and cut costs,” Hackett wrote.
US car giant Ford is shedding 7,000 white-collar jobs globally, most of them at its Michigan headquarters; the plan will save the company $US600 million a year.
HP's (HPQ) second-quarter fiscal 2019 results might be weighed on due to weak personal systems as well as printing businesses.
Consumers in China may shift their spending away from Apple and to local smartphone brands if the trade war escalates, according to HSBC Global Research.
In the event of carriers gaining final approval for additional flights to Haneda, their top lines are likely to be driven by significant traffic on the routes.