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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies hoping the EU and the new U.S. administration will soon strike a new transatlantic data transfer pact to replace one struck down by a court will probably have to wait months for any result, the head of the EU privacy watchdog said on Friday. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration/File PhotoWashington and Brussels have in recent years seen their data transfer accords, one known as the Safe Harbour and its successor the Privacy Shield, rejected by Europe’s top court because of concerns about U.S. surveillance. More than 5,000 companies had signed up to the Privacy Shield set up in 2016 when the Luxembourg-based EU Court of Justice (CJEU) scrapped it in July this year, disrupting their businesses and exposing them to the risk of privacy lawsuits. To that end, Wiewiorowski gave a thumbs up to the European Commission’s proposed revisions to data transfer tools known as standard contractual clauses used by thousands of companies to transfer data around the world for services ranging cloud infrastructure, data hosting, payroll and finance to marketing. “The proposed standard contractual clauses look very promising and they are already introducing many thoughts given by the data protection authorities,” he said.
Persons: Kacper, Max Schrems, Wojciech Wiewiorowski, Joe Biden, Biden, ” Wiewiorowski, Wiewiorowski, Organizations: Companies, REUTERS, Washington, Facebook, Court of Justice, Protection, Reuters, European, Twitter, Apple Locations: BRUSSELS, Brussels, Austrian, Luxembourg
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies hoping the EU and the new U.S. administration will soon strike a new transatlantic data transfer pact to replace one struck down by a court will probably have to wait months for any result, the head of the EU privacy watchdog said on Friday. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration/File PhotoWashington and Brussels have in recent years seen their data transfer accords, one known as the Safe Harbour and its successor the Privacy Shield, rejected by Europe’s top court because of concerns about U.S. surveillance. More than 5,000 companies had signed up to the Privacy Shield set up in 2016 when the Luxembourg-based EU Court of Justice (CJEU) scrapped it in July this year, disrupting their businesses and exposing them to the risk of privacy lawsuits. To that end, Wiewiorowski gave a thumbs up to the European Commission’s proposed revisions to data transfer tools known as standard contractual clauses used by thousands of companies to transfer data around the world for services ranging cloud infrastructure, data hosting, payroll and finance to marketing. “The proposed standard contractual clauses look very promising and they are already introducing many thoughts given by the data protection authorities,” he said.
Persons: Kacper, Max Schrems, Wojciech Wiewiorowski, Joe Biden, Biden, ” Wiewiorowski, Wiewiorowski, Organizations: Companies, REUTERS, Washington, Facebook, Court of Justice, Protection, Reuters, European, Twitter, Apple Locations: BRUSSELS, Brussels, Austrian, Luxembourg
American Airlines sees fourth-quarter cash burn at high end of guidance
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: A Boeing 737 Max airplane is pictured on the tarmac at Dallas Fort Worth Airport before a media flight to Tulsa, Oklahoma in Dallas, Texas, U.S., December 2, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/File Photo(Reuters) - American Airlines said on Friday it expects its fourth-quarter average daily cash burn to be at the high end of its previously forecasted range of between $25 million and $30 million. The U.S. airline said rising COVID-19 cases and travel restrictions have slowed net bookings growth, which has persisted into December. (bit.ly/3lAWb24)
Persons: Carlo Allegri Organizations: Boeing, Max, Dallas Fort Worth, REUTERS, American Airlines, U.S Locations: Dallas, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Dallas , Texas, U.S
NEW YORK/LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. REUTERS/Jason RedmondLATEST- HBO’s movie releases- Advertising’s quasi-recovery- Brooks Running“FRIGHT NIGHT.” Vaccines may be right around the corner, but movie theaters will feel the jab much longer. Brooks Running, the Berkshire Hathaway-owned sports shoe and apparel company, could see its 2020 revenue jump 27% versus 2019, with $1 billion in sales possible next year. In a 2020 Running USA survey, it was voted the top running shoe brand by a wide margin. From South Korea to the United Kingdom and the United States, they are planning a greener economy to support recovery.
Persons: Jason Redmond, Brooks, Warner Bros, HBO Max, Ann Sarnoff, Jennifer Saba, Jim Weber, Warren Buffett, Asics, Anna Szymanski, , hasn’t, BAAPS, Christopher Thompson, Arcadia, Katrina Hamlin Organizations: Reuters, Corona, Paramount Theater, REUTERS, Warner, HBO, AMC Entertainment, WarnerMedia Studios, WPP, Google, Facebook, Berkshire Hathaway, Boston Marathon, Adidas, United, British Association of, British Foods, International Energy Agency, World Resources Institute, Global Financial Markets Association, Boston Consulting Locations: HONG KONG, Seattle , Washington , U.S, Seattle, British, Britain, France, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States
(CNN) Formula One driver Max Verstappen says it was a "big relief" to see Romain Grosjean jump out of his car after a horrific crash at the Bahrain GP on Sunday. The incident occurred on the third corner of the first lap as Grosjean plowed into the barriers following contact with Daniil Kvyat. Dramatic live footage showed Grosjean jump out from the burning wreckage after what he says was 28 seconds. "It was a big relief to see Romain jumping out of the car. It was incredible that he basically jumped out of the car like that," Verstappen told CNN Sport.
Persons: Max Verstappen, Romain Grosjean, Grosjean, Daniil Kvyat, Frenchman, Romain, Verstappen Organizations: CNN, Formula, Bahrain, CNN Sport, Read
Marvell Technology (MRVL): Shares of the semiconductor company slid more than 5% following Marvell's third-quarter earnings results. Dish Network (DISH): Shares of the television provider slid 1% following a downgrade to "neutral" by Guggenheim. Stitch Fix (SFIX): Shares of the clothing subscription service company slid more than 2% after MKM Partners downgraded the stock to "sell" from "neutral." The company earned $1.64 per share during the quarter, which was ahead of the $1.49 expected by analysts surveyed by FactSet. "We see more downside than upside for ULTA shares at current levels and maintain our hold rating," research firm Stifel said following the results.
Persons: Jason Kilar, HBO Max, Alyssa Farah, Trump, Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Uber, Kroger, John Swygert, Goldman Sachs, FactSet, Jefferies, Carvana, Wells Fargo, Yext, Stifel Organizations: Warner Bros, HBO, CNBC, White House, CDC, JHU, Marvell Technology, Dish Network, Guggenheim, MKM Partners, FactSet Locations: California, U.S, FactSet .
Lightshed's Greenfield on why Warner Bros. releasing 2021 films to HBO Max could shakeup the industryWarner Bros. announced it will debut all of next year's films on HBO Max and in theaters at the same time. Rich Greenfield, partner at LightShed, joins "Squawk Box" to explain why he thinks this decision could be a watershed moment for the film industry.
Persons: Lightshed's Greenfield, HBO Max, Rich Greenfield Organizations: Warner Bros, HBO, HBO Max
Noam Galai/Getty ImagesAMC aims to raise up to $844 million through the sale of 200 million shares to meet cash needs, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing published Thursday. The upcoming stock sale will likely raise far less than the $844 million target, as shares plummeted 16% into Thursday's close. The company aims to as many as 200 million shares at a proposed price of $4.22 each, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing published Thursday. AMC held roughly $417 million in cash and cash equivalents at the end of the September quarter, while cash burn over the period totaled $388 million. The actual amount raised by the upcoming stock sale will very likely land below the $844 million target established in the filing.
Persons: Noam Galai, HBO Max, Read, Morgan Stanley, Kevin O'Leary Organizations: Securities and Exchange, AMC, Warner Bros, HBO, Theaters, Markets
Your movie theater experience is going extinct
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Steve Kovach | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
People walk outside the newly boarded AMC 34th Street 14 movie theater as the city continues Phase 4 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on September 4, 2020 in New York City. (WarnerMedia previously announced that "Wonder Woman 1984" will debut on HBO Max on Christmas Day.) With the rise of streaming video, interest in going to a theater and spending all that time and money to watch a two-hour movie plummeted except for the biggest blockbusters. Early on in the pandemic, Disney released its Pixar animated movie "Onward" directly on its Disney+ streaming service, for example. "And the move into HBO Max undoubtedly will have downstream impacts on home video and rental revenue streams, as well."
Persons: T's WarnerMedia, HBO Max, you'll, WarnerMedia, There's, King, NBCUniversal, Jason Kilar, CNBC's Alex Sherman, Let's, Kilar, haven't, Adam Aron, Moffett Nathanson, we'll, Nathanson Organizations: AMC, Covid, T's, Warner Bros, HBO Max, HBO, Disney, Pixar, Cineplex, Warner, Netflix, Time Warner, CNBC Locations: coronavirus, New York City, Staten
In shifting the company's entire 2021 slate of 17 big movie releases to HBO Max, he has created havoc with Hollywood and the cinema exhibitors. There are still millions of traditional HBO subscribers who are yet to upgrade to HBO Max. As for helping HBO Max, the Hollywood insider believes the decision could actually deliver yet another win for Netflix by ending talent into the arms of the streaming giant. "They're using the work of people to advertise HBO Max and establish their property," this person said. They're [HBO Max] not going to pay you and they're not coming to you with any respect."
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Deliveries of Dreamliners are also slower than expected because of inspections stemming from production issues, which Boeing disclosed in September. In October, Smith said on an earnings call that Boeing expects a "big fourth quarter on deliveries" of the 787. The 787 issues come just as Boeing is eager to resume deliveries of its beleaguered 737 Max plane. Boeing got a boost from budget European carrier Ryanair on Thursday when it announced it was buying an additional 75 Max jets on top the 135 it already ordered. Airlines with Max planes in their fleets are getting to work to convince travelers the Max jets are safe.
Persons: Greg Smith, Smith Organizations: Boeing, Credit Suisse, Federal Aviation Administration, Ryanair, Airlines, Max, U.S
Warner Bros. move to release 2021 films on HBO Max creates a 'paradigm shift', says Heather MoosnickAT&T's Warner Media said it would release its entire 2021 slate of films directly on the HBO Max streaming service at the same time they hit theaters. Heather Moosnick, former head of content partnerships at Hulu, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss why the announcement is shaking up the entertainment industry.
Persons: HBO Max, Heather Moosnick Organizations: Warner Bros, HBO, T's Warner Media, HBO Max, Hulu
Opinion | Warner Bros. Finally Looks Beyond the Movie Theater
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Kara Swisher | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
But the industry has done itself no favors by offering terrible customer service, ever-higher prices and precious little in the way of innovation, even as home theater experiences have drastically improved. These have been clear to anyone who has watched the relentless and impressive march of Netflix. There have been increasingly aggressive efforts to put streaming in the lead by the Walt Disney Company, which took the well-timed plunge with its Disney+ service earlier this year. “As for AMC, we will do all in our power to ensure that Warner does not do so at our expense. We have already commenced an immediate and urgent dialogue with the leadership of Warner on this subject.”
Persons: Kilar’s, , HBO Max, , Warner, WarnerMedia, Adam Aron Organizations: Warner, Hollywood, Netflix, HBO, Walt Disney Company, Disney, AMC, New York Times Locations: United States
Marcus meets the Diamond District's go-to gold man
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.99   time to read: 1 min
Marcus meets the Diamond District's go-to gold manMax Kahan might just be the smartest businessman in the Diamond District. He owns Max Kahan Inc., a business that sells gold to jewelry makers and buys their scraps – which he melts down and sells again. It's the 29th largest New York company in private hands with $742 million in revenue. Catch the sneak peek and don't miss the series premiere of "Streets of Dreams with Marcus Lemonis" Tuesday, December 29 at 10P ET on CNBC.
Persons: Marcus, District's, Max Kahan, Marcus Lemonis Organizations: Diamond District, Max Kahan Inc, New, CNBC Locations: New York
Instead, Stankey decided to use HBO as the centerpiece for a new mission: Build a true Netflix competitor, dubbed HBO Max. He is attempting to funnel all of the company's resources from cable, film, and HBO into HBO Max, as he told CNBC last year. "Jason's belief is — wrongly — if any piece of content available anywhere other than HBO Max, it cheapens HBO Max," said one recently departed executive. By pricing HBO Max the same as HBO, Stankey seemed to assume HBO users would simply switch to HBO Max over time. Then there's the confusing branding around HBO Max, which initially joined a plethora of similarly named services, including HBO, HBO Go, and HBO Now.
Persons: John Stankey, stankey, Jason Kilar, Richard Plepler, Stankey, Trump, Warner, Plepler, HBO Max, Comcast's, , Kilar, WarnerMedia, It's, HBO Justin Solomon, CNBC Stankey, Casey Bloys, disrespected, Peter Cairo, Bernadette Aulestia, Donna Speciale, Jason, Craig Moffett, hasn't, There's, HBO Max —, divestments Elliott, DraftKings, Howard Mittman, James Gandolfini, Tony Soprano, Peter Drucker, Andy Forssell, shouldn't, That's, Bloys, Meredith Gertler, Amy Gravitt, Nina Rosenstein, John, Randall Stephenson Organizations: Reuters, HBO, Netflix, Warner, America, Cinemax, Comcast, U.S, T's, Hulu, Time Warner, HBO Max, CNBC, Disney, Verizon, AT, DirecTV, Elliott Management, Amazon, Fire, Time Warner Center, Time Warner's, Warner Bros, Warner Media, U.S ., HBO Go, CNN, TNT, TBS, Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment, Getty, Stankey, DC Comics, T, & $ Locations: Hollywood, WarnerMedia, New York, Cairo
Affirm looks to Canada with acquisition of buy-now-pay-later firm PayBright
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.84   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Fred Greaves(Reuters) - Affirm Holdings Inc has agreed to buy Canadian buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) firm PayBright for C$340 million ($264 million), as the lending startup looks to expand outside the United States. Unlike Affirm, PayBright is a more traditional BNPL company, which lets customers pay for anything from shoes to furniture in interest-free installments, typically over four bi-weekly payments. Through the deal, Affirm could expand its merchant network with PayBright’s more than 7,000 retailers, which include Steve Madden and Samsung. Affirm’s IPO filing showed that close to a third of its revenue in the September quarter came from just one merchant. Affirm, whose major investors include Peter Thiel’s venture firm Founders Fund and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC, will be competing with Australia’s Afterpay, the largest-listed BNPL firm, and Minneapolis-based Sezzle.
Persons: Fred Greaves, PayBright, Max Levichin, Steve Madden, Peter Thiel’s, Australia’s Afterpay Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, Inc, PayPal Holdings ’, Samsung, Fund Locations: San Francisco , California, U.S, United States, Minneapolis
Warner Bros. announced Thursday that it will make its full 2021 film slate available to stream for a one-month period each, exclusively on HBO Max. Each of the films will be simultaneously released in theaters and available for the limited window on the streaming service. After the one-month period on HBO Max, the films will be taken off the platform and continue to show in theaters in the U.S. and internationally. HBO Max and Warner Bros. are both owned by WarnerMedia, which in turn is owned by AT&T. “We’re living in unprecedented times, which call for creative solutions, including this new initiative for the Warner Bros. Pictures Group,” said Ann Sarnoff, chair and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group.
Persons: Cinemark, HBO Max, Tom, Jerry, , Ann Sarnoff Organizations: Warner Bros, HBO Max, AMC, HBO, WarnerMedia, AT, Warner Bros . Pictures, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks Locations: U.S
United Airlines says will be first to receive 737 MAX delivery
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: A United Airlines passenger jet taxis at Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, U.S. December 6, 2019. REUTERS/Chris HelgrenCHICAGO (Reuters) - United Airlines expects to be the first airline to receive a Boeing Co 737 MAX delivery following a 20-month grounding of the jet, a spokesman said on Thursday. The delivery should take place next week, he said. United expects to receive eight new 737 MAX jets this month.
Persons: Chris Helgren CHICAGO Organizations: United Airlines, Newark Liberty International Airport, REUTERS, Boeing Co Locations: New Jersey, U.S
Warner Bros to stream next year's movies while they are in theaters
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: The Warner Bros logo is seen during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, France, October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Eric GaillardLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros studio on Thursday announced that it will make all of its 2021 films available in theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service starting on the same day, an unprecedented shift in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The movies, which are expected to include “Godzilla vs. Kong” and “Mortal Kombat,” will be available on HBO Max for one month starting on the same day they debut in cinemas, the studio said in a statement. Other upcoming movies affected include “The Suicide Squad,” a new version of “Dune” and a “Matrix” sequel. “No one wants films back on the big screen more than we do,” said Ann Sarnoff, chair and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group.
Persons: Eric Gaillard LOS, Kong ”, HBO Max, , Ann Sarnoff Organizations: Warner, REUTERS, Eric Gaillard LOS ANGELES, Reuters, Warner Bros, HBO Max, HBO, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks, , AMC Entertainment Locations: Cannes, France, U.S
Warner Bros goes all in on streaming, disrupts theater business
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: The Warner Bros logo is seen during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, France, October 14, 2019. Other upcoming movies affected include “The Suicide Squad,” a new version of “Dune” and a “Matrix” sequel. Studios have been pushing to make their movies available in living rooms sooner than the typical timeline of roughly 90 days after they debut in cinemas. Warner Bros executives said the strategy would be in place for one year and was a response to the unique challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced many theaters to remain closed. The multi-year agreement is similar to one that Comcast-owned Universal made in July with AMC.
Persons: Eric Gaillard The, Kong ”, HBO Max, , Ann Sarnoff, ” Cineworld, Cinemark Organizations: ANGELES, Reuters, Warner Bros, HBO Max, Warner, REUTERS, HBO, AMC Entertainment, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks, U.S, Regal, AMC, Universal Pictures, Comcast, Universal Locations: Cannes, France, U.S
FILE PHOTO: A man looks at his iPhone in Rome September 11, 2012. REUTERS/Max RossiMILAN (Reuters) - The number of high speed fibre optic broadband lines in Europe is expected to more than double over the next six years from last year’s levels as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates demand for faster internet services, a study showed on Thursday. Houses passed is an industry term meaning the potential number of premises a service provider could connect to high-speed fibre optic broadband. According to the forecasts, the number of subscribers in the EU and Britain will increase to around 148 million in 2026 from 70.4 million in 2019. Among factors boosting fibre-to-the-home adoption across Europe, the report cites switch off plans for old-copper networks and a strong commitment by governments to fibre optic rollout plans.
Persons: Max Rossi MILAN, Organizations: REUTERS, European Union, Britain, FTTH, EU Locations: Rome, Europe, Germany, Britain, Italy
Ryanair Announces Purchase of 75 Boeing 737 Max Jets
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
I don’t care whether they call it the Boeing Max, they call it the Boeing 737-8200, we call it the game changer, what you call it. What’s not often understood about the Boeing Max is it’s already accomplished over 840,000 flight hours. It’s been flying for 22 months, from May 2017 to March 2019 — 46 million people have already flown in the Max aircraft and loved it. It’s a great aircraft. We have reinstilled, reinvigorated use any word you like, everything that has anything to do with safety across our company.”
Persons: , Boeing Max, It’s, What’s, it’s, we’ve, Organizations: Boeing, Max, Ryanair Locations: Europe
Ryanair agrees to buy 75 737 MAX jets in boost for Boeing
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Ryanair planes are seen at Dublin Airport, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dublin, Ireland, May 1, 2020. REUTERS/Jason CairnduffWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Budget airline Ryanair on Thursday ordered 75 additional Boeing 737 MAX jets with a catalogue value of $9 billion, throwing a commercial lifeline to the embattled U.S. planemaker after regulators lifted a 20-month safety ban. The order from the Irish airline, Europe’s biggest low-cost carrier and one of Boeing’s most important customers, is the largest for the jet since 2018 before two fatal crashes led to its grounding.
Persons: Jason Cairnduff WASHINGTON Organizations: Ryanair, Dublin Airport, REUTERS, Budget, Boeing, Irish Locations: Dublin, Ireland, U.S
SEATTLE/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Budget airline Ryanair on Thursday ordered 75 additional Boeing 737 MAX jets with a list price of $9 billion, throwing a commercial lifeline to the embattled U.S. planemaker after regulators lifted a 20-month safety ban. “The Boeing MAX is a fabulous aircraft,” Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O’Leary said. Ryanair did not disclose the price it will pay, but traders say deals typically include discounts in excess of 50% of list prices. Reuters reported on Wednesday that Ryanair was close to placing an order for up to 75 Boeing jets. Boeing is also negotiating with airlines including Southwest and Delta and Alaska Airlines, which last month agreed to lease 13 Boeing MAX jets, industry sources have said.
Persons: Jason Cairnduff, David Calhoun, “ I’ve, Michael O’Leary, O’Leary Organizations: SEATTLE, Reuters, Budget, Ryanair, Boeing, Irish, Dublin Airport, REUTERS, Washington DC, Alaska Airlines, Boeing MAX Locations: DUBLIN, U.S, Dublin, Ireland, Washington, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Southwest, Delta, United States
SEATTLE/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Budget airline Ryanair on Thursday ordered 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets with a list price of $9 billion, throwing a commercial lifeline to the embattled U.S. planemaker after regulators lifted a 20-month safety ban. Part of the discount was compensation for the 18-month delay to the first delivery of the MAX, O’Leary said. Asked during the signing ceremony about price concessions Boeing offered, O’Leary joked: “Not enough ... Ryanair also hopes to agree to another large order of the 737 MAX over the next 18 months, and expects to be flying the 230-seat MAX 10 by 2025, O’Leary told Reuters. Boeing is also negotiating with airlines including Southwest and Delta and Alaska Airlines, which last month agreed to lease 13 Boeing MAX jets, industry sources have said.
Persons: Jason Cairnduff, “ I’ve, David Calhoun, “ It’s, Michael O’Leary, O’Leary, , , ” O’Leary Organizations: SEATTLE, Reuters, Budget, Ryanair, Boeing, Dublin Airport, REUTERS, Irish, Alaska Airlines, Boeing MAX, Wizz Air Locations: DUBLIN, U.S, Dublin, Ireland, Washington, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Southwest, Delta, United States
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