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· Vodafone Group Looks Unpredictable In The Medium Term →
Part of what brought net loss closer to zero was a €3.4 billion gain from the formation of the INWIT joint venture in Italy and a €1.2 billion gain from the sale of its units in Malta and New Zealand.
· Cummins: Sentiment Showing Even Wilder Swings Than The Business →
China, which entered the downturn earlier, saw a 24% decline in truck sales in March and a 16% decline in the first quarter but a 52% jump in April.
· Creditors call on Korean Air to raise capital following financial aid →
Last week, Korean Air said it will push to carry out a share sale worth 1 trillion won and is seeking to sell assets, including a prime lot of land in central Seoul, as part of its self-help plan.
· Hershey: Strong Cost Advantages Will Power The Company Forward →
Future sales growth will likely be driven by the trend towards consumer preferences for healthy and convenient snacks.
· Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (BGFV) CEO Steve Miller on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
First quarter net sales were $217.7 million compared to $245.3 million for the first quarter of fiscal 2019.
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· Canada’s Largest Newspaper Changes Hands Amid Vow to Keep Liberal Voice →
The trusts of the five families that have controlled The Star for 62 years announced on Tuesday evening that the company’s board had approved its sale to two Toronto financiers, Jordan Bitove and Paul Rivett, for about 52 million Canadian dollars, or about $38 million.
· Rijksmuseum given unique painting to remember virus victims →
The painting's sale was annulled shortly afterwards and Haboldt decided not to put it up for sale again, the authoritative daily NRC newspaper said on its website.
· Coronavirus Stock Market Bargains: Xerox Stock →
36% of revenues are from non-contract sales - equipment, supplies and paper.
· Coronavirus lockdowns mean bad business for drug dealers, too →
In December 2019, for example, there were approximately 4,154 drugs listed for sale on the dark web's markets.
· US ends waivers for nations in Iran nuclear deal →
Iran's economy has faced intense pressure over the sanctions, with the United States seeking to block all its oil sales.