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UK factory costs rising at fastest pace since 1980, CBI says. Survey finds labour shortages driving ‘intense and escalating cost and price pressures’
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Shares in Tod's jumped more than 12% on Wednesday after the Italian luxury fashion group beat forecasts with its first increase in annual sales since 2015. Boosted by strong fourth-quarter growth in Europe and the United States, revenues rose almost 40% to 883.8 million euros ($997 million) last year, just below pre-pandemic levels, the luxury leather goods maker said on Tuesday. The sales figures will allow Tod's to report positive earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) for the 2021 fiscal year, Chief Executive Diego Della Valle said.
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The software company’s success can be attributed to its cloud computing business
Boeing has taken a $4.5bn (£3.3bn) hit after supply chain chaos sparked delays to deliveries of its Dreamliner jet.
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Firm plans to hand bonuses to executives despite failing to refund near-£30m it received in Covid support
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Denmark's Vestas warned on Wednesday it would have to raise prices for its wind turbines due to higher raw material and transport costs, clouding its prospects for this year despite strong demand. The warning echoes comments from rival Siemens Gamesa, whose shares fell as much as 16% on Friday after it cut its outlook for the third time in nine months, also citing a surge in costs for vital materials such as steel. Companies from utilities and chemicals makers to telecoms firms and supermarkets are raising prices due to a cocktail of factors including rising energy costs and supply bottlenecks, raising the prospect of interest rate rises to curb inflation.
Consumer goods business has come under increasing pressure from shareholders unhappy with its performance
Wizz Air passenger numbers rise to 7.8m despite Omicron fears. Figure for three months to December leaves Hungary-based airline cautiously optimistic for recovery
Baltic RE Group’s SPV subsidiaries and the Regional Investment Bank (RIB) have signed an agreement for a medium-term loan in the amount of EUR 6.5 million for the partial refinancing of the renovation works of two properties in Riga – at 25 Raina Boulevard and 2 Kramu Street. Giovanni dalla Zonca, founder and CEO of Baltic RE Group: “We are very satisfied with this first step of a collaboration that will certainly develop in the years to come. We have worked with RIB in a largely satisfactory wa
Two and a half years ago Nelson Peltz, the billionaire activist investor who often presents himself as a partner with constructive advice for companies, told an audience of pension and hedge funds that no one had a monopoly on good ideas. Sitting only a few feet away, nodding in agreement, was Procter & Gamble Co Chief Executive David Taylor, who ended one of the industry's most acrimonious corporate battles by inviting Peltz onto P&G's board in 2018. For nearly four years until Peltz' retirement from the P&G board in August, the men traded ideas about how to woo new customers to buy Tide detergent and Pampers diapers.
For payments to get accepted on an iPhone, retailers currently use payment terminals to receive money on their iOS devices that are connected via Bluetooth, such as Block Inc's Square payment systems. The new feature will instead turn the iPhone into a payment terminal, allowing merchants to accept payments with the tap of a credit card or another iPhone onto the back of their device, the Bloomberg report said.
Italian luxury brand Moncler, known for its high-end parkas, Tuesday joined a growing number of fashion firms dropping fur from their clothing.
Tesla rode rising demand for electric vehicles to a record $5.5 billion profit in 2021, but Elon Musk's company cautioned Wednesday that supply chain problems would continue to crimp production through 2022.
MILAN (Reuters) -Italian bank UniCredit has signed an agreement with unions for 1,200 voluntary job cuts to be partly offset by 725 new hires, the country's biggest banking union said on Thursday. The FABI union welcomed the accord reached overnight, saying the proportion of six news hires for every 10 departures was a first. UniCredit on Dec. 9 unveiled a new plan to 2024 under Chief Executive Andrea Orcel, who replaced former boss Jean Pierre Mustier in April.
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Microsoft beat market expectations Tuesday with strong quarterly performance in cloud computing and software, still benefitting from the pandemic's online shifting of work, play, shopping and learning.
Industry says no-interest BNPL loans are more equitable than credit cards but consumers say they can be a spending trap