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Netflix Has Record-Breaking Fourth Quarter In 2017, Exceeds $11B In Revenue
Dana Feldman , Contributor I am a freelance journalist covering breaking news and entertainment. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
Netflix's Torrid Subscriber Growth Has Earned It a Green Light to Spend ...
Netflix crosses $100 billion market capitalization as subscribers surge  Reuters
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Tesco to shed up to 1700 jobs in new management shake-up
Tesco is stripping out a layer of management from its stores in a move that puts up to 1,700 jobs at risk, in the latest effort by the UK's biggest supermarket chain to cut costs by �1.5bn.
Tesco to axe 1700 shop floor roles across its stores in bid to 'simplify ...
Tesco to cut 1700 shop floor jobs  BBC News
Jaguar Land Rover to cut UK output amid diesel and Brexit concerns
Jaguar Land Rover is cutting production at its Halewood plant as economic uncertainty and concern over the future of diesel hit Britain's biggest car maker.
Jaguar Land Rover to cut production at Halewood plant  Sky News
Jaguar Land Rover to cut production at Halewood factory  Daily Mail
Lonmin's Ben Magara upbeat amid rising red tide
The delayed and dismal full-year numbers including a $1.05bn impairment, presented by platinum miner Lonmin stood in stark contrast to the positive message CE Ben Magara strove to project on Monday as Sibanye-Stillwater advanced its friendly takeover ...
Lonmin takes hit of R13bn  Independent Online
Struggling Lonmin sinks to $1bn loss  The Times
Cyber attacks push corporate fraud to all-time high
Cyber attacks have pushed corporate fraud around the world to an all-time high, with information theft overtaking the appropriation of physical assets for the first time on record, according to new data.
Report shows growing cyber risk and fraudsters targeting confidential ...
Increased cyber attacks leading to severe levels of corporate fraud  Information Age
Trump tax cuts will bring short-term global growth surge, says IMF
The global economy will grow faster than expected this year and next as Donald Trump's corporate tax cuts provide a short-term shot in the arm, despite fears over rising inequality and overheating financial markets, the International Monetary Fund has ...
IMF hails 'broadest' upsurge in global growth since 2010  Financial Times
IMF: Global economic outlook is bright  BBC News
Construction boom 'will be held back by skills gap'
Specialist craftsmen have been vital in the restoration of Glasgow School of Art after the disastrous fire of 2014. In future they may be in short supply unless more are trained or foreign workers are allowed in, says the Federation of Master ...
Carillion workers may benefit as construction skills shortages hit record levels
Shortage of construction workers reaches record high, study warns
Bookmakers pay the price for failure to clean up their act on FOBTs
Bookmakers usually celebrate when a heavily backed favourite gets beaten on the line - but not this time. If the Sunday Times's confident report that the culture secretary, Matt Hancock, will cut maximum stakes on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs ...
Betting firms warn over jobs after shares sink on stake cut reports  Daily Mail
Bookies shares plunge on 'crack cocaine' gambling machine review claim  Sky News
Trump Slaps Steep Tariffs on Foreign Washing Machines and Solar Products
WASHINGTON - President Trump slapped steep tariffs on imports of washing machines and solar energy cells and panels on Monday, the first major step by the administration to erect the kind of trade barriers Mr. Trump has frequently said are necessary ...
Trump deals blow to solar makers, industry to focus on growth away from US  Reuters
US imposes tariffs on washing machines and solar panels  BBC News
Never mind the gloom in London: the regional outlook is far brighter
Is the consumer squeeze easing? Is the UK making progress on its twin deficits? What is happening to house prices? Commentary that attempts to answer these questions is often like a lightbulb, producing more heat than illumination.
How can Britain's second cities get a second wind?
3% Brexit hit? It's really not a worry  Metro Newspaper UK