There is no truth to the report, a source close to the company said, while Nokia declined to comment. (bloom.bg/3a1uMAW)
Last year was a bumper year for stocks, with all 17 top global indexes polled by Reuters ending the year higher than where they started. Only one did not rise by a double-digit percentage.
Planned downtime at the Kragujevac plant in Serbia, where FCA builds its Fiat 500L car, has been rescheduled “due to availability of certain components sourced in China”, a spokesman for the Italian American automaker said.
Airbus (AIR.PA), Europe’s biggest planemaker, on Thursday increased its controlling stake in the A220 regional jet program – Embraer’s main rival – as Canada’s Bombardier (BBDb.TO) sold out of the project it had set up.
BERLIN (Reuters) – When Britain’s three-time Olympic team pursuit gold medalist Ed Clancy describes young team mate Ethan Hayter as “the chosen one” it would be foolish to dismiss it as hyperbole.
“I understand that there’s frustration about how tech companies are taxed in Europe. We also want tax reform and I’m glad the OECD is looking at this,” Zuckerberg is expected to tell the Munich Security Conference.
The largest private healthcare provider in the United Arab Emirates is listed in London on the blue-chip FTSE 100 index but has come under increasing pressure after shareholder Muddy Waters raised questions over its finances, prompting major investors to sell out, sending its share price tumbling.
REPUBLICAN SENATOR LISA MURKOWSKI, in a statement
The company, which reported a smaller-than-expected third-quarter loss on Friday, is conducting a “thorough strategic review” of its production facilities as it seeks to cut costs and become profitable, executives said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Maria Sharapova, the Russian five-time Grand Slam champion who became one of…
“(We) are talking with partners and looking at more ways to expand our ongoing work with publishers, building on programmes like our Google News Initiative,” Richard Gingras, vice president of News at Google, said in a statement on Friday.
Brent crude LCOc1 rose 98 cents, or 1.74%, to settle at $57.32 a barrel. It rose 5.23% since last Friday, its first weekly increase in six weeks.