News archive from 1 March 2017

Salesforce forecasts lower-than-expected first-quarter profit, shares fall

Salesforce forecasts lower-than-expected first-quarter profit, shares fall

Salesforce.com Inc (CRM.N) forecast a lower-than-expected profit for the first quarter, sending its shares down nearly 2 percent in extended trading on Tuesday. The company said it expects first-quarter adjusted profit of 25 cents-26 cents per share....

 
SoundCloud launches budget plan to attract paying subscribers

SoundCloud launches budget plan to attract paying subscribers

Music-streaming service SoundCloud launched a budget subscription package on Tuesday, hoping to convert more listeners into paying subscribers and undercutting rivals Apple and Spotify. The $4.99 per-month offer will give subscribers access to 120...

 

Jonathan Kodjia: Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce says what we're all thinking about the top scorer

Steve Bruce saluted Jonathan Kodjia - but admitted Aston Villa's top scorer "can drive us all mad at times". Kodjia recovered from missing a penalty to find the net in Villa's 2-0 victory over his former club Bristol City at Villa Park. It...

 

Steve Bruce on how Aston Villa can avoid losing fans to 'Coronation Street'

Steve Bruce reckons his team need to start entertaining the supporters before they lose them to a ‘night watching Coronation Street’ Villa Park witnessed another decent attendance as 28,119 fans turned up for the 2-0 success as the rain pelted down...

 

Why Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce blames himself for Jonathan Kodjia's penalty miss

Aston Villa Steve Bruce shouldered the blame for Jonathan Kodjia's penalty miss against Bristol City. Kodjia hit the crossbar in the first-half of Villa's 2-0 Championship win over his former club at Villa Park. He made amends after the break by...

 
British people unaware of pollution levels in the air they breathe – study

British people unaware of pollution levels in the air they breathe – study

People across the UK are underestimating the impact of the air pollution crisis in their local areas, according to a new survey. Almost two thirds of respondents said they were concerned about the issue of air pollution, but only one in 10 said they...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 
Chelsea set to sell striker in the summer: International duo could replace him

Chelsea set to sell striker in the summer: International duo could replace him

Batshuayi has endured a difficult season at Chelsea since signing from Marseille for £33million in the summer. The Belgium international is yet to start a single game in the Premier League.  And he has managed just five goals across all competitions....

 

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Scunthorpe 1 AFC Wimbledon 2: Iron's disappointing run continues as Josh Morris free kick is not enough

SCUNTHORPE United suffered another setback in their quest for promotion after they fell to a 2-1 home defeat to AFC Wimbledon. The Iron again paid for a slow start and were two goals down before trying to mount a fightback. The first half was very...

 
Zelda Breath of the Wild Nintendo Switch new Amiibos confirmed following review reveal

Zelda Breath of the Wild Nintendo Switch new Amiibos confirmed following review reveal

The success of Nintendo Switch games will play a big role in the console’s first year when it comes to sales and hype. They already have one that looks to be the very first Switch must-have: The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. Not only has it...

 
Lord Bilimoria warns of university losses from Brexit

Lord Bilimoria warns of university losses from Brexit

Canada and Australia could be the unanticipated beneficiaries from Brexit in the competition for international students, entrepreneur and university leader Lord Bilimoria has said. The Indian-born chancellor of the University of Birmingham said an...

BBC, 00:08 in Business
 

Jayne Dawson: Are you feeling lucky today? I wish I could believe you

Are you superstitious? In this age of science do you, against all reason, continue to believe in the power of the illogical? Because it is a bit odd, when you think about it, to indulge in magical thinking when our very DNA has now been studied,...

 

£492,670,000 - How will your Leeds council tax cash be spent this year?

How will your Leeds council tax cash be spent this year? Check out our at a glance guide:

 

Tick Tock: Countdown to new Leeds game

It already has an array of shops, cafes, boutiques, bars and restaurants - but something totally different is about to land at Trinity Leeds. ‘Tick Tock Unlock’ is already said to be the most popular escape game in Leeds and it is launching a new...

 

Cheers! It’s nearly opening time for new Leeds pub

Final preparations are under way ahead of the opening of a new JD Wetherspoon pub in Garforth. The first pints will be pulled for customers at The Briggate next Tuesday, March 7, it has been announced. A total of 60 jobs are being created with the...

 


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