But other key earnings indicators were fewer stars. Netflix's shares fell 3% in expanded trading as sales data approached Wall Street estimates. Shares of Netflix, which rose this week after the company announced a rise in prices, jumped by about 50 percent by the end of December.
2. Tesla announced plans to cut its workforce by 7% while working to increase model 3 production.
CEO Elon Musk told workers about Friday's cuts in a letter Tesla posted on the internet. The company will keep only the most critical rates and performers, Musk said.
He has to write in the letter that Tesla is "against massive, fortified competitors" and has to work much harder than other manufacturers to survive while building accessible, sustainable
"For those who leave, thank you for everything you've done to develop our mission, "he said. "I am deeply grateful for your contribution to Tesla."
3. Carlos Gos blamed (again): Prisoner Carlos Ghosn faces a new claim for financial abuse.
The Japanese prosecutors have already accused Gos of abusing his position in Nissan by temporarily transfers his personal investment losses to the company and reduces earnings they are about $ 80 million between 2010 and 2018
accusations. He is removed from the position of president of Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors and may soon be overtaken by Renault after losing the support of his largest shareholder, the French state.
4. Ryanair's profit warning: The cheapest European carrier has cut its annual profit forecast for the second time in nearly four months after the money prices in winter fell much sharply than expected.
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