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Georgina Prodhan

Uber Eats courts smaller European restaurants with new offer

03 Jul 2019

LONDON Uber Eats is opening up its platform to more restaurants in Europe that prefer to use their own delivery staff, seeking the business of smaller, independent restaurants as it battles Just Eat and Takeaway.com in a crowded market.

Trump's Mexican tariffs threaten to disrupt auto sector

31 May 2019

TOKYO/MILAN Shares of global automakers and suppliers tumbled on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on imports from Mexico, potentially upending a global manufacturing business model established decades ago.

Trump's Mexican tariffs threat sends shudders through autos sector

31 May 2019

TOKYO/MILAN, May 31 Shares of global automakers and suppliers tumbled on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on imports from Mexico, potentially upending a global manufacturing business model established decades ago.

Ex-CEO tells Lynch trial HP did not need Autonomy at any cost

01 Apr 2019

LONDON Hewlett-Packard did not have to buy Britain's Autonomy to solve the U.S. company's other problems in 2011, its former chief executive told the $5 billion fraud trial of Mike Lynch.

TUI sticks with Boeing 737 MAX orders despite profit hit

29 Mar 2019

FRANKFURT TUI remains committed to its Boeing 737 MAX orders despite two fatal crashes that have led to the grounding of the plane worldwide and caused the Anglo-German tour operator to issue a profit warning on Friday.

Cost of Boeing groundings rises as TUI takes $200 million-plus hit

29 Mar 2019

FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON Anglo-German tour operator TUI became the latest Boeing 737 MAX operator to warn of a hit to its profits as the U.S. planemaker moved to restore confidence in its best-selling model after two fatal crashes that have grounded the planes worldwide. | Video

Autonomy founder Lynch was scapegoat for HP's incompetence, court told

27 Mar 2019

LONDON Hewlett-Packard botched its $11.1 billion (8.41 billion pounds) acquisition of Autonomy and then tried to cover up its own mismanagement by accusing the British software company's founder Mike Lynch of fraud, a London court was told on Wednesday.

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