Ford shareholders reject stock proposal Ford Motor Co. shareholders are again rejecting a proposal to dilute the Ford family's control over the company. At its annual meeting in Wilmington, Del., Thursday, Ford said 67 percent of shareholders voted against the proposal to make each Ford share worth one vote. More
In Germany, a U.S. beer invasion Almost 65 years after Allied planes flew Western supplies into blockaded Berlin, a new American import is arriving by air: craft beer. The beer is being flown in as part of a new surge of German interest in American brewing, upending a centuries-old relationship in which German beer defined the golden standard for brewing and Americans emulated it. More
Cyprus parliament approves bailout Cyprus' lawmakers approved on Tuesday a multi-billion bailout agreement with international creditors aimed at preventing the crisis-hit country from going bankrupt. More
Baby food shortage in Europe due to China demand Yong-Hee Kim still can't believe that in a prosperous country like Germany, powdered baby formula would ever be rationed and that she would have to scour shops in the German capital to find the right brand for her 13-month-old son. More
Opel plans return to profit through closer ties with parent GM "I have a lot of confidence about achieving our interim goal," Neumann said in response to a question about whether Opel will stop making losses by 2016. After more than a decade of losses, Opel has cut these ... is part of the plans to return to profit ... 06/4/2014 - 1:38 am | View Link
Opel plans return to profit focusing on small cars, GM technologies "I have a lot of confidence about achieving our interim goal," Neumann said in response to a question about whether Opel will stop making losses by 2016. After more than a decade of losses, Opel has cut these ... is part of the plans to return to profit ... 06/4/2014 - 12:06 am | View Link
GM targets $500 million in cost savings, plans job cuts in Europe General Motors aims to reduce costs by $500 million between 2013 and 2015 and plans to make further ... the restructuring at Opel and Vauxhall sports medicine pastiglie viagra generico viagra femminile. GM announced it would cut the shifts at its Opel ... 10/30/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
GM Reportedly Plans to Reduce Opel’s Administrative Staff by 30 Percent or 1,000 Positions The two insiders said that GM will cut Opel’s administrative force by 30 percent, which equals to 1,000 jobs. The newspaper added that the cuts in administrative personnel, some of whom earn more than €100,000 (US$130,000) would be made voluntarily and ... 09/13/2012 - 4:28 am | View Link
GM's Opel to cut 1,000 German admin jobs: paper FRANKFURT (Reuters) - General Motors' ailing Opel business in Europe plans to thin its administrative ranks by 30 ... in mid-July that GM Europe President Stephen Girsky wanted to cut the jobs of 2,400 managers throughout Opel, including some 500 senior ... 09/11/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Brexit Forces Opel To Cut Production Of Second Best ... Opel, sold as Vauxhall in Britain, is slashing production at two of its plants in Germany because nobody in the UK—its biggest market—has any money after that ... 08/19/2016 - 3:36 pm | View Website
Brexit pushes Opel to cut staff hours in Germany German carmaker Opel plans to cut its workers' hours this year because it expects Brexit to hurt its UK sales. A spokesman for Opel said about 5,000 workers at its ... 08/19/2016 - 1:34 pm | View Website
A spate of ideas is bubbling up for new ways to sample public opinion. The alternatives are coming because the traditional method—randomly calling phone numbers again and again until someone answers—has grown far more labor intensive and costly in recent years.
Brands try real hard to create funny viral moments and fit in with the internet conversation. Most of the time they fall flat or make a PR nightmare, but sometimes they actually worthwhile.
Just in time for Halloween, a Burger King franchise in Queens, New York, pulled off a simple yet hilarious prank on their old arch nemesis, McDonalds.
Twitter is promising to further combat abuse on its network.
The company said it will introduce more features and new policies that address safety next month, a move that comes as Twitter's reputation as a home for trolls has hit new heights — and may have even stopped the company from being acquired.
Trying to find the right way to handle your student debt sometimes feels like trying to avoid talking about the presidential election. Everyone seems to have an opinion, so it’s easier to tune out and pretend it doesn’t exist. But your loans, like the election, won’t go away just because you want them to.
Thursday is a big day for tech giant Apple as the company is reportedly set to unveil a new MacBook Pro at a media event on Cupertino campus and the company has taken down its online store in anticipation.
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Users who go to Apple's website and attempt to access the shop via the homepage instead get a message that says "We'll be right back."
Current Apple Store status: "We'll be right back" pic.twitter.com/vskzk4ZG7Y
— Mashable News (@MashableNews) October 27, 2016
And any other attempt to get in to the store — say, to buy a new iPhone 7 — results in a similar holding page. Read more