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Shell falls short after oil production income collapses
LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell blamed writedowns and forex losses for making almost no money in oil production, its most powerful division, in the last quarter of 2014, causing the company to miss profit forecasts by more than 20 percent.
Shell Shaves $15B Off Three-Year Spending Plans  
Shell to Slash Investment After Oil Price Drop Hurts Profit  
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Greece's new leaders moved swiftly to reverse the reform course imposed on the country by its creditors, dashing hopes in Europe that the leftist government would soften its approach and triggering a steep selloff in Greek stock and debt markets.
Tesco has begun telling 2,000 members of its head office staff that they are to lose their jobs, it has been reported. The troubled supermarket announced earlier this month that it planned to cut head office costs by 30 per cent as part of a reorganisation, which ...
BERLIN (Reuters) - Annual inflation in Europe's largest economy turned negative in January for the first time since October 2009, preliminary data from Germany's Federal Statistics Office showed on Thursday.
McDonald's CEO Don Thompson is stepping down from the world's biggest hamburger chain as it fights to hold onto customers and transform its image.
Shoppers queue outside the Stella McCartney handbag stall at Selfridges department store on the first day of their sales, in central London December 26, 2014.

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