BBC News 24
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And in the the United States this is how the Dow and the Nasdaq are getting on. All down. Coming up, we will tell you about the Lancaster bomber hoping to soar again after a refit. The Foreign Office has confirmed that six Britons have died, after a road accident in Saudi Arabia.
SiteProNews
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Netflix is riding a stock high this morning after posting on Wednesday a record quarterly profit fuelled by a spike in international subscriptions. The high-tech entertainment company's stock rose 6.6 percent to $141.68 in early morning trading thanks to Netflix surpassing Wall Street's estimates for its fourth-quarter. Netflix image With 7.05 million new subscribers globally, much more than the 5.2 million it had predicted, Netflix was able to end its fiscal year with 93.8 million subscribers. Of those new subscribers in its final quarter, 5.1 million were from outside the U.S. The company's total international membership now accounts for 47 percent of its subscriber total. Netflix is projecting 5.2 million new memberships for its first quarter of 2017, with 1.5 million from the U.S. and 3.7 million from other countries. Netflix posted earnings of 15 cents per share and revenues of $2.
Daily Mail - Markets
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Shrugging off statistics showing its TV adverts often leave consumers reeling , the group said it expects full year revenues to have increased by 12 per cent to £316million.
Leicester Mercury
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Leicester Mercury
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Voice Of America
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“It could mean increased investment in the U.S.,” Novartis CEO Joe Jimenez told Reuters. Vishal Sikka, chief executive of Infosys, which provides IT services to large companies including banks, said his company expected more business from helping companies localize. “The irony is that when more walls show up it is a good opportunity for services companies to help do business across those walls,” he said. The move to go local in response to Trump looks set to fuel a trend already evident in some industries, including food and fashion, which are trying to tap into consumer demand for homegrown materials and production. Other businesses are also thinking locally to mitigate currency risks in certain markets. Food companies in Britain, for example, which have seen their costs soar after the pound sterling plummeted in the wake of the Brexit vote, have started moving toward local suppliers where possible to keep costs down.
The Economic Times
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Food companies in Britain, for example, which have seen their costs soar after sterling plummeted in the wake of the Brexit vote, have started moving towards local suppliers
The Herald - Markets & Economy
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SOME of Scotland’s best publicans are being forced to close their doors for the last time because punitive costs including huge increases in business rates are making it unviable to trade, the body for independent pubs has claimed.
Daily Express - Football
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Global News
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The Cornishman
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A question mark has emerged over who will run Penzance's magnificent art-deco lido after operating costs were found to be higher than expected. The Jubilee Pool, which was last year reopened by Prince Charles after a £3 million restoration, was due to be taken over by Penzance Town Council. However, instead councillors have now decided to hand £55,000 over to Cornwall Council to help fund the job this season while they put together a plan on how they can run the venue in...
BBC News - Business
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West Briton
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A question mark has emerged over who will run Penzance's magnificent art-deco lido after operating costs were found to be higher than expected. The Jubilee Pool, which was last year reopened by Prince Charles after a £3 million restoration, was due to be taken over by Penzance Town Council. However, instead councillors have now decided to hand £55,000 over to Cornwall Council to help fund the job this season while they put together a plan on how they can run the venue in...
Financial Times - World News
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Trump may wish to repeal law, but still faces fight to tackle rising premiums
TIME - Top Stories
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Forbes
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Forbes
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More tax whistleblowers are getting paid by the IRS. That could mean more civil and criminal tax investigations too.
Daily Express
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TECHNOLOGY prices in the United Kingdom could soon soar as talk of 'hard' Brexit continues to see a slump in the pound, Microsoft’s CEO has warned.
Daily Express - Finance
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THE price of gold has jumped by more than one per cent as nervous traders pile into the investment safe haven ahead of a speech by the Prime Minister.
Daily Express - Finance
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THE price of gold has jumped by more than one per cent as nervous traders pile into the investment safe haven ahead of a speech by the Prime Minister.
ABC News - Queensland
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A Queensland beekeeper says special hives are helping to keep his bees cool as temperatures soar across the state.
ABC News - Queensland
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A Queensland beekeeper says special hives are helping to keep his bees cool as temperatures soar across the state.
Daily Mail - Money
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Hobbs sales almost doubled in the 13 weeks to December 31, thanks to opening a new store in New York. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a purple Hobbs coat on Christmas Day.
Futurity
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The at-risk tracts (in gray) are areas with high concentrations of families with incomes between $32,000 and $45,120 that are at-risk of being unable to afford rising water rates in the near future. View larger . (Credit: Michigan State) Spending on water and wastewater services combined should make up no more than 4.5 percent of household income, the Environmental Protection Agency recommends. Based on that criteria, some 13.8 million US households (or 11.9 percent of all households) may find water bills unaffordable—a hardship that hits poor families particularly hard, Mack says. Water rates have increased 41 percent since 2010, and if they continue at that pace over the next five years the number of households that cannot afford water and wastewater services could soar to an estimated 40.9 million, or 35.6 percent of all households.