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The FINANCIAL -- Eni has entered a crucial phase in its process of strategic digitalisation - with 150 projects cutting across all business areas and involving over 150 managers.
The FINANCIAL -- Chesapeake Energy Corporation on February 22 reported financial and operational results for the 2017 full year and fourth quarter plus other recent developments. Highlights include:
The FINANCIAL -- Kia Motors America announced best-ever January Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle sales with 5,830 units sold, proving consumers continue to gravitate toward the brand's award-winning lineup of vehicles.
The FINANCIAL -- Ford Motor Company on February 22 announced key changes to its senior management team as it continues to strengthen its automotive business, improve the company’s operational fitness, and accelerate a strategic shift to capitalize on emerging opportunities.
The FINANCIAL -- The Election Committee of AB Volvo proposes that Eric Elzvik, be elected as new Board member at the Annual General Meeting on April 5, 2018.
The FINANCIAL -- Visa on February 22 introduced Token Management Service, a solution designed to unify management and secure customer payment data.
The FINANCIAL -- The HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt Group continued to grow in the 2017 financial year, gaining further market shares in the competitive German banking market.
The FINANCIAL -- Apple Kärntner Straße, Apple’s first store in Austria, will open Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in the heart of Vienna.
The FINANCIAL -- Home value growth across the country is increasing at the slowest pace in 15 months, according to the January Zillow Real Estate Market Reporti. Over the past year, home values rose 6.7 percent to a median home value of $207,600.
The FINANCIAL -- Artificial intelligence (AI), unmanned and autonomous machines and other new technologies should be embraced by Western militaries so they are equipped to face the threats of the digital age, argues a new report from LSE IDEAS, a foreign policy thinktank based at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) released on February 22.
The FINANCIAL -- Freddie Mac on February 22 released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS), showing the 30-year fixed mortgage rate increasing for the seventh-consecutive week.
The FINANCIAL -- Last year was a record-breaking for Georgian aviation market where we had cumulative growth of 46% at all airports of Georgia and we also welcomed over 7 million international visitors. Aviation and tourism sector remains key priority for Georgian Government and we anticipate the similar growth this year,” - First Vice Prime Minister of Georgia, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dimitry Kumsishvili stated.
The FINANCIAL -- Iran remains in compliance with the 2015 nuclear accord signed with six world powers, the United Nations atomic watchdog says.
The FINANCIAL -- Lawmakers in the lower house of the Dutch parliament overwhelmingly passed a resolution recognizing as "genocide" the 1915 massacre of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, a move certain to heighten tensions with Turkey.
The FINANCIAL -- Georgia’s score in Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perception Index (CPI) has slightly worsened.
The FINANCIAL -- The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Trade Finance Program (TFP) and Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd. (DBBL) on February 22 signed an agreement to provide $10 million in loans annually to support trade in Bangladesh.
The FINANCAL -- U.S. Ambassador to Georgia, Ian Kelly is to quit his post, and his diplomatic career of 33 years, for an academic position at the Northwestern University in Illinois, said the ambassador himself during a speech at an event in Tbilisi organized by the Rondeli Foundation (GFSIS) and the Atlantic Council of Georgia.
The FINANCIAL -- President Donald Trump's job approval ratings on various issues range from 34% of Americans approving of how he is managing relations with the news media to 52% approving of his handling of terrorism.
The FINANCIAL -- A training seminar organised this week in the Georgian capital Tbilisi focused on increasing awareness of food safety and quality standards, including relevant information for farmers, farmer groups and cooperatives, in the context of Georgia’s Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) agreement with the EU.
The FINANCIAL -- Serbia exits a $1.32 billion three-year program with the IMF on February 22 boasting outperformance on several of its goals. Concluding the program with flying colors is, however, only the first step in building a strong and vibrant economy able to compete globally, a recent IMF report observes.