• Japan 'make-up etiquette' video sparks backlash

    Japan 'make-up etiquette' video sparks backlash

    Economia

    While Japan has all sorts of guidelines dictating considerate train behavior, from not wearing your backpack on your back to not talking on your cellphone or eating on the train, this latest directive is a bridge too far. Some thought the ad targeted women unfairly. "Why are they being criticised for doing something that causes no harm to others? For just looking ugly?" a netizen was quoted by Japan Today.
  • France's Hollande warns UK's May of 'hard' Brexit talks

    France's Hollande warns UK's May of 'hard' Brexit talks

    Economia

    Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said this week that the United Kingdom hadn't yet decided on whether it would seek to stay in the EU's customs union, where it would continue to apply the EU's common external tariffs in return for tariff-free access to the EU market.
  • Cathay Pacific's A350 touches down in Auckland

    Cathay Pacific's A350 touches down in Auckland

    Economia

    Prior to the aircraft's return departure to Hong Kong today, operating as Flight CX198, Cathay Pacific Director Sales & Marketing Dane Cheng met with New Zealand's Minister of Transport, the Honourable Simon Bridges, and other guests from the Auckland Airport community to celebrate the historic milestone in front of a large media gathering.
  • Wells Fargo stripped of Better Business Bureau accreditation

    Wells Fargo stripped of Better Business Bureau accreditation

    Economia

    Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan, who took the position October 12, deferred most analyst queries last week about the abuses, citing investigations by the board. Warren is not happy that Strumpf was quick to blame the 5,300 lower-level employees for this scandal after the employees involved were fired by Wells Fargo .
  • UK Government Promises to Choose Between Heathrow and Gatwick

    Economia

    The decision on provision of additional runway capacity for the congested southeast of England will be delayed a little longer, after an anticipated decision by the United Kingdom government's cabinet was postponed. Other short-listed options are extending the airport's existing northern runway or building a second runway at Gatwick. The move represents Ms May's bid to avoid a major cabinet split on the issue to be decided early next week, but it could fail if Heathrow's opponents are forced ...
  • We don't want to go to war with Russian Federation

    Economia

    U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter stated that the deployment is a major sign of the U.S.'s intentions with regard to its allies, whereas British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has underlined that, although Britain is leaving the European Union, this does not negate her security commitments with her continental allies.
  • Hess Earnings Better Than Expected on Sharp Cost Cutting

    Economia

    Hess said revenue fell 29.2 percent to $1.20 billion in the third quarter ended September 30. Company reported revenue of $1.20B. A look on the firm performance, its monthly performance is 1.16% and a quarterly performance of -5.52%. Shares of Gevo, Inc. Hess Corp.'s payout ratio is -9.60%. Return on Assets (ROA) for Hess Corporation NYSE: HES Independent Oil & Gas is now valued at -8.60%.
  • Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE:IRM) Stock Rises, Analysts: Hold Rating

    Economia

    Iron Mountain Incorporated is trading up 51 per cent versus 12-month low of $23.64 and stands -16.5 per cent lower from its 1-year peak of $41.5. The stock is now holding below its 50-day SMA of $35.97 and above its 200-day SMA of $37.3. 02/24/2014 - Iron Mountain Incorporated was upgraded to "neutral" by analysts at Ned Davis Research. At the movement stock is under coverage by number of analysts.no analyst given UNDERPERFORM rating to the stock whereas 2 analysts think that it is worth to ...
  • Tesla Motors: All cars in production equipped with self-driving features

    Economia

    The future Tesla vehicles are surrounded by a total of eight cameras effectively providing a 360-degree visibility around the auto with up to 250 meters of range. These milestones include the validation of the software which would potentially make Tesla's vehicles fully self-driving; and the approval of the system by regulators.