Netflix rate hikes slow takeup

Shares in Netflix fell 11 percent in early trade on Thursday, as investors worried over lower-than-expected global growth and signs of trouble in its US base.

The company added just 2.83 million international paid streaming subscribers, compared with street expectations of 4.8 million.

Greece an Industry 4.0 outsider

The latest Readiness for the Future of Production Report, published annually by the World Economic Forum, contained some rather alarming news for Greece. The country ranks rock bottom among 100 states around the world in the future orientation of its government, and remains the only Western European economy to be classified as "emerging" in terms of readiness to take part in Industry 4.0.

Hellenic Navy receives first modernized P-3B Orion maritime patrol aircraft

The Hellenic Navy has received its first modernized P-3B Orion maritime patrol aircraft from Lockheed Martin, the Greek Defense Ministry said.
The delivery, part of a US-Greece defense agreement that also includes the midlife upgrade of another four aircraft, was marked with a ceremony on Friday at Tanagra Air Base north of Athens.

22 New Natural Gas Buses in Sofia

We will be launching 22 new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses in a matter of days, Mayor of Sofia Yordanka Fandakova told bTV. "Next week we have to start the single tests of the metro trains, so that in the autumn we can launch the first section of the third underground line," Fandakova said.

The rocky road ahead for Donald Trump in 2019

Donald Trump enters 2019 locked in a fierce political battle with new House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a fight he will lose. He can't force Democrats to apportion money for a wall between the United States and Mexico, but influential conservatives in media threaten to punish him if he retreats. He'll eventually find a way to surrender while declaring victory.