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Company to look at affordable housing in new projects
UK's Next joins list of clothing retailers pausing Myanmar orders; Cambodia among those to profit from move
LONDON, April 4 (Reuters): Britain's Next has joined a growing list of European clothing retailers suspending new production orders with factories in Myanmar in the wake of February's military coup
HONG KONG: Trading in more than 50 Hong Kong-listed companies was suspended yesterday, after a number of firms failed to report earnings ahead of the March 31 deadline.
Swire Pacific, parent company of struggling Cathay Pacific, reports first ever annual loss and expects a tough 2021
The group reported a US$1.42 billion loss last year, primarily caused by an unprecedented slump at its 45 per cent-owned airlineSwire warned of a tough year ahead, with probable further losses to come
PARIS: The board of French food group Danone on Sunday voted to oust Emmanuel Faber as chairman, Le Figaro newspaper reported, adding that he would be replaced with Gilles Schnepp, who joined as a director late last year.
BENGALURU: Rio Tinto on Wednesday posted a 20% jump in annual underlying earnings and declared a bumper dividend as iron ore prices soared on top consumer China's infrastructure push to support an economic rebound from a coronavirus-led slump.
Ford announced an acceleration of its investment push into electric autos, with US$22bil (RM89.64bil) in investment through 2025, nearly twice the earlier plan.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Head of customer support Adaire Fox-Martin is leaving SAP, the latest high-level departure at the software group as it struggles to pull off a major business transformation amid a pandemic.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - European food-ordering firm Just Eat Takeaway.com NV said on Wednesday it had received 57% more orders in the fourth quarter than a year earlier, as strict social distancing rules and work-from-home trends continued to boost online orders.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - European shares jumped to an eight month high on Monday after drugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech flagged strong progress in their COVID-19 vaccine, while Joe Biden's presidential victory raised hopes of a more stable US trade policy.