Economia

According to these analysts, the Low Revenue Estimate for The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.is 2.23 Billion and the High Revenue Estimate is 2.29 Billion. Most recently, Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. The median estimate represents a +12.17% increase from the last price of 23.18. Our vendor, Zacks Investment Research, hasn't provided us with the upcoming earnings report date.
  • Volkswagen to cut 30000 jobs by 2025

    Volkswagen to cut 30000 jobs by 2025

    Economia

    Labor leaders agreed to the cuts in exchange for a management pledge to create new jobs and invest in electric cars, mainly at factories in Germany. Volkswagen intends to cut 30,000 jobs by 2020 as part of a huge savings plan aimed at helping the German auto giant recover from the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal, a German newspaper reported on Friday.
  • Caos Juventus, negato l'accesso allo Stadio a due giornalisti della Gazzetta

    Caos Juventus, negato l'accesso allo Stadio a due giornalisti della Gazzetta

    Economia

    Ci sono forse altre ragioni? SERIE A-I rapporti tra la Juventus e La Gazzetta dello Sport continuano ad essere sempre più tesi a causa delle richieste di accredito formulate dal giornale sportivo per l'anticipo di Campionato in aggiunta alle quattro tessere stagionali di cui è già in possesso e che sono ritenute dal club "tuttora" valide.
  • Protest to be held in Stevens Point over Dakota Access Pipeline

    Protest to be held in Stevens Point over Dakota Access Pipeline

    Economia

    The $3.8 billion, almost 1,200 mile Dakota Access Pipeline would carry North Dakota oil to a shipping point in IL but it goes right through environmental and culturally sensitive areas of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe . While the president-elect has not weighed in on the Dakota Access specifically, he has expressed strong support for development of energy infrastructure projects, including oil pipelines.
  • World leaders at APEC summit take aim at Trump over trade

    World leaders at APEC summit take aim at Trump over trade

    Economia

    It could fall to China to try to persuade Mr. Trump to keep the U.S.in the deal. Trump's victory came after Britain's surprise Brexit vote in June to leave the European Union, adding to deep uncertainty about the post-war world order and the future of free trade.
  • New Zealand rocked by ANOTHER quake in TWO days

    Economia

    More than 20,000 have been evacuated from communities along the country's coast but the rescue effort is now being concentrated on communities where there is no way out. The landslides destroyed most roads and bridges leading to the resort town. Dr Prentice is the sole-charge doctor for the district around the small township of Cheviot, on the east coast of the South Island, and she lives on a farm on a clifftop just south of the popular tourist town Kaikoura , which is famous for its whale ...
  • Terminally ill girl wins right to deep-freeze her body

    Economia

    The girl, who was not identified, told High Court Judge Peter Jackson she hoped to be brought back to life in the future, when her cancer could be cured. Judge Jackson said he was persuaded by a letter the girl wrote, stating clearly that she wanted to try cryopreservation. That gave her great comfort.
  • Ex-boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown ordered to pay $36 million

    Economia

    His order said that means the conservator of her estate wins by default. An Atlanta judge ordered the payment by Nick Gordon after repeatedly missing deadlines. Gordon did a stint in rehab in March 2015 after behaving erratically on an episode of the "Dr. Phil Show" where he was to have talked about Bobbi Kristina's death.
  • Russia's economy minister Ulyukaev detained over grand bribe

    Russia's economy minister Ulyukaev detained over grand bribe

    Economia

    Ulyukayev was caught red-handed when receiving a $2 million bride on November 14 after Rosneft's appeal concerning the minister's illegal actions, the investigators said. Both are government-owned oil production companies. Russia's Investigative Committee said Mr. Ulyukaev had been detained late Monday and was accused of accepting a bribe of $2 million for the privatization of a midsize oil company in October.