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Why Ford's operating profit fell 28% in 2018 – The Motley Fool

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) showed a loss of $ 116 million for the fourth quarter, more than explained by a bookkeeping fee related to its pensions. But the company said its fourth quarter operating profit, excluding pension contributions and other non-recurring items, fell 28% from one year ago to $ 1.5 billion at sharp downturns in China and Europe. …

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Popular Valentine's sweets Sweethearts will not be around for Valentine's Day | News

BRYAN, OH (WSMV) – A popular Valentine's candy will not remain until Valentine's Day 2019. Sweethearts, popular little heart-shaped candy pieces that contain words such as "Be Mine", "Kiss Me", and more will not be produced for the 2019 season due to a change of ownership that caused the production. Sweethearts was owned by the New England Confectionary Company, known …

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BuzzFeed to spend 15 percent of the company's workforce

BUSINESS 3:35 PM PST 1/23/2019 of Jeremy Barr The cuts are expected to take place next week. BuzzFeed puts down 15 percent of the workforce, about 215 people, sources say Hollywood Reporter . CEO Jonah Peretti on Wednesday sent a letter to the topic "Difficult changes" where he explained that efforts to diversify revenues were not enough to help the …

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Tesla starts model 3 test units for reserve holders in Europe

After almost three years of waiting, the Tesla Model 3 spare holder in Europe now gets its first opportunity to drive the vehicle before delivery starts. There are currently two cargo ships that make their way to Europe with model 3 vehicles to start European deliveries. Nevertheless, several model 3 vehicles have been discovered in the last week in Europe. …

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Union Representing Air Traffic Controllers, Pilots, and Flight Attendants Just Incredible to Incredibly Dire Warning – Mother Jones

David J. Phillip / AP Subscribe to our newsletters On Wednesday night, unions representing aviation workers – including air traffic controllers, pilots, and flight attendants —Released and ominous statement warning that the ongoing government shutdown, now in its 33rd day, poses serious safety risks for its members and for the larger traveling public. "It is unprecedented," the National Air Traffic …

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Ex-Tesla employees describe layoffs – Business Insider

Tesla dismissed 7% of his employees on Friday seven months after cutting 9% of the workforce. Tesla had increased its workforce by 30% by 2018, as it accelerated the production of its model 3 then, said CEO Elon Musk in an email to employees on Friday and he suggested that this period of notice was necessary for Tesla to be …

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Chelsea water head disturbance: L train service restored, some streets closed

CHELSEA, Manhattan (WABC) – L-trains run again after flooding a broken water economy and closed several blocks in Manhattan's Chelsea area on Wednesday. MTA says several parts of electrical equipment – including gears and motors – were submerged by the break, and they were all forced to be removed, repaired, or replaced. Officials say the water came in through the …

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Ford keeps expectations for the year under cover

Ford Motor Co. Late Wednesday claimed that it started in 2019 "with a clear vision" but kept its expectations for the year under cover as it reported a surprise fourth quarter loss. Ford F, -1.88% said it lost 3 cents per share in the fourth quarter, compared to a loss of 66 cents per share for the quarter. The loss …

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Why Tesla Stock Fell Wednesday – The Motley Fool

What happened Shares of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) took a hit on Wednesday, falling as much as 5.8%. Shares finished the trading day down about 3.8% The stock's decline was probably sparked by a combination of an analyst downgrade on the stock and news that Tesla is cutting its worker hours for Model S and X production.

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