Last year in June, Unilever, consumer goods giant home to brands like Dove, Persil, Marmite, Ben & Jerry’s, Domestos, Hellman’s and 1000 more had decided to unify its legal structure under a single parent company. The business which was divided between two parent holding companies: Unilever plc with shares listed in London and New York andContinue reading “Unilever: Update on its 2020 market performance”
Wall Street just keeps on giving. Once it went public on February 11th, Bumble, the feminist dating app training on Nasdaq stock exchange under “BMBL” had seen its company’s shares soar by more than 76%, reaching a market cap of $8.3 bn. By the time the stock market closed on its debut day, the company whichContinue reading “Wall Street is Hot: Whitney Wolfe Herd Became the World’s Youngest Self-Made Female Billionaire”
When the global pandemic hit businesses at the beginning of last year, Sony, the Japanese tech giant, predicted its operating profit may be hit by more than 30 per cent. “Based on its best assumptions now, operating income for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 2021 is currently estimated to be at least 30 per centContinue reading “Let The Games Begin: Sony’s PS Console Is Still A Gamers’ Favourite!”
It has been a rough start. The British government’s refusal to grant João Vale de Almeida, the new EU ambassador to London full diplomatic status was seen as an insult. The External Action Service signed by the UK in 2010 as a result of the Lisbon treaty states that EU diplomats should be granted the “privileges andContinue reading “What does the AstraZeneca/EU contract entail?”
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