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Europe records 100,000 daily coronavirus cases for first time

Oct 12 2020

Europe surpassed 100,000 daily reported COVID-19 cases for the first time on Thursday, after countries such as Russia and United Kingdom saw no respite in the mounting number of infections every day in the past five days.

Europe records 100,000 daily coronavirus cases for first time

Oct 09 2020

Europe surpassed 100,000 daily reported COVID-19 cases for the first time on Thursday, after countries such as Russia and United Kingdom saw no respite in the mounting number of infections every day in the past five days.

U.S. surpasses grim milestone of 200,000 COVID-19 deaths

Sep 22 2020

The death toll from the spread of the coronavirus in the United States exceeded 200,000 on Tuesday, by far the highest number of any nation. | Video

U.S. to surpass grim milestone of 200,000 COVID-19 deaths

Sep 21 2020

Sept 21 The death toll from the spread of coronavirus in the United States was approaching over 200,000 lives on Monday, more than double the number of fatalities in India, the country reporting the second-highest number of cases in the world.

Whole Foods' New York employee tests positive for coronavirus

Mar 20 2020

A Whole Foods Market employee working at one of its grocery stores in New York City tested positive for the coronavirus and was placed in quarantine, a spokeswoman for the Amazon.com Inc-owned company said on Thursday. | Video

Ladbrokes parent GVC sees profit beat as UK betting shops outperform

Aug 15 2019

Ladbrokes-owner GVC Holdings sees earnings beating expectations this year as its UK betting shops fare better than feared in the face of stricter regulation on fixed-odds betting terminals.

UPDATE 2-Ladbrokes parent GVC sees profit beat as UK betting shops outperform

Aug 15 2019

* Shares up 5.5% (Adds details on U.S. business, CEO comments)

Macquarie's MEIF 6 Fibre unit to buy UK telecoms firm KCOM

Jul 12 2019

Macquarie unit MEIF 6 Fibre Ltd is to buy KCOM Group Plc in a deal that values the British telecoms company at 627 million pounds ($787.5 million), ending a bidding war with a UK pension fund.

Robert Walters falters in home turf as Brexit dents hiring

Jul 09 2019

British recruiter Robert Walters posted a 7% rise in second-quarter profit as strong hiring in Europe offset a slowdown in its home market due to uncertainty over Brexit.

UPDATE 2-Robert Walters falters in home turf as Brexit dents hiring

Jul 09 2019

* Strong hiring in France helps boost overall profit (Adds CFO quote, details, background and data)

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