Quarterly earnings have been recently released by Ford Motor Co. F -0.29%, as per a recent report. And there is hardly any change in these if compared to the earnings of last year for Q3.
It is being said that this is because the North American performance was so good that it outweighed losses in Europe. Not only the North American power, but another fact has come out that Europe has still a long way to go ahead.
Google was recently fined by the European Regulators for violating Internet privacy. A fine of US$22.5 million was imposed upon Google by the regulators. But, now Google has caught itself in yet another troubled. It has been reported European regulators have criticized Google for collecting the personal data of the users.
Suffering their worst financial loss in their 73 years of existence, Hewlett-Packard reportedly lost $8.9 billion in its third fiscal quarter. The management has warned the company could struggle in the coming year 2013 as well. In a statement issued by HP CEO Meg Whitman on Wednesday, said, "HP is still in the early stages of a multi-year turnaround, and we're making decent progress despite the headwinds.
Goodman (NZ) Limited, the manager of Goodman Property Trust is contented to declare the Trust’s annual outcome for the year ended on March 31, 2012.
The main highlights comprise:
- A 24.4% augmentation in PBT to $53.5 million.
- Distributable income before tax of $80.9 million.
- Complete year cash distributions of 6.25 cents per unit.
It has been recently revealed in a report that there has been a drop witnessed in the profits earned by the Trinity Mirror lately. There has been a whopping 15% fall in the rates of profits, and this has made its total profit sum up to £105m recently. In wake of being able to make up for the losses, the business is going to launch the daily deals business, which is on the boom these days.
The global cut of around 1,500 positions from the Nokia Siemens networks (NSN), GSM and WiMAX technology divisions has been announced due to redundancies. However, New Zealand and Australian staff will not be losing any job.