The distribution group DIA recorded losses of 352.6 million euros in the year 2018, in contrast to the 101 million euros of profit a year earlier, and will initiate a process of collective dismissal in Spain that will affect a maximum of 2,100 people.
The European Commission (EC) lowered its growth forecast in the euro area by six tenths in 2019, up to 1.3%, while for the European Union (EU) it reduced it by four tenths, down to 1.5 %.
IKEA has decided to go a step further in its business strategy and has focused on furniture rental.
The financial firm JP Morgan affirms that the purchase of Netflix by Apple would be one of the most beneficial bets for the Cupertino company.
Slack is worth more than 5,000 million dollars after its last round of financing.
45 leading US economists agree on the need to tax carbon with a tax to combat climate change and encourage the use of clean energies that lead to a greener economy.
In this society where the futurist does not cause so much interest – perhaps out of boredom or the abuse of scenes of flying cars – the closer visionary is valued more, to the one who knows how to understand the keys to transformation in the short term, the one who example understood that a mobile had to be simple, with a single button and touch, or that said that the coffee capsules made sense.
Brexit would have a great impact on universities, and not just the British: universities across Europe could be affected when the UK leaves the EU.
“Let’s listen to the alarm bells, we’re facing a world plagued with problems.” This was the warning recently launched by António Guterres, General Secretary of the United Nations (UN), during his last appearance before the General Assembly of the organization.
As days go by, more details are known about how the Guaidó operation was developed. Or what is the same, how the leader of the Venezuelan Assembly proclaimed himself president of Venezuela.
The Italian economy registered a fall of 0.2% in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to the provisional data published on Thursday by the Italian National Institute of Statistics (Istat), which means that the country is officially in a technical recession.
The United Nations agency is requesting 3.9 billion dollars to deal with humanitarian emergencies this year.