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SYDNEY: Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd plans to cut a third of its workforce as part of an overhaul to focus on being a domestic and short-haul international Boeing Co 737 operator under prospective new owner Bain Capital.
(Reuters) - Brentford stand to earn some 160 million pounds in additional revenue over three years if they defeat Fulham in Tuesday's Championship play-off final and secure a return to the Premier League, Deloitte have said.
The startup scene in France has the same problem that plagues the industry everywhere – too little diversity. Trouble is, in France you can’t measure it.
HOUSTON: United States shale oil producers, whose weak returns in recent years had them out of favour with investors even before the coronavirus pandemic crushed oil prices and decimated production, are expected to post their worst second-quarter results since 2016.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Serie A soccer league has received six bids from international funds interested in investing in broadcasting rights for top flight Italian matches, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Clubs in Italy's Serie A soccer league will meet next week to discuss investor bids for their media business, with an array of international funds expected to join the race, two sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
LONDON: Nearly half of Britain’s biggest companies think it will take until the second half of 2021 before business recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey that cast doubt on hopes for a speedier rebound.
SYDNEY: Australia faces an avalanche of business failures in its transport and hospitality sectors after government subsidies end in September, insolvency lawyers and economists say, while some argue that so-called “zombie” firms should be allowed to fail.
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