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Eve Sleep Launches IPO to Raise Approximately £35M

Eve Sleep Launches IPO to Raise Approximately £35M

Eve will use the funds for advertising and marketing efforts and as general working capital to support and implement the growth strategy, including through deepening penetration within its ten existing markets, as well as expanding its product range.



Weatherford International Plc (WFT) PT Set at $6.00 by Scotiabank

When it comes to the Analysis of a Stock, Price Target plays a vital role. Weatherford International plc (WFT ) stock price fell -3.8 percent over the past one year, while increased 33.42 percent during the past 6 months. During the same period in the previous year, the firm earned ($0.29) earnings per share. In other Weatherford International Plc news, VP Douglas M.


Jetstar to charge for babies on flights

Jetstar to charge for babies on flights

Jetstar has started charging passengers to travel with babies on their laps during domestic and global flights. Qantas, Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand charge passengers an extra 10 per cent on top of their full fare to carry a baby on worldwide flights.


'Excess' Car Pollution Killed 38000 In 2015

'Excess' Car Pollution Killed 38000 In 2015

The US scientists argue that there is too little awareness of the impact of "real world" vehicle air pollution. Ozone irritates the airways and aggravates lung diseases such as asthma and bronchitis, while inhaling fine particles is strongly linked to heart and artery disease.



Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest kicks off in Kiev

The victor of the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest is Salvador Sobral , who brought his home country Portugal the first ever victory in Eurovision history. This year's contest was hosted by Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, and it was not without controversy. Officially venue bidding has yet to kick off in Portugal, however preparations are well and truly underway within the 63rd Eurovision host country, with RTP eagerly anticipating next year's competition.



BUFFETT: This is 'the number one problem with mankind'

Buffett said he was not bothered by initial USA data showing the economy grew at just 0.7 percent in the first quarter, saying it was "more or less" growing at 2 percent a year. "Obviously it was a awful mistake", Buffett said. Earlier in the AGM, Munger mentioned they had made a mistake with regards to search engine giant Google.