Netflix is expected to release its third-quarter numbers after the market closes on Tuesday. The streaming entertainment behemoth is expected to report $7.48 billion in sales and 3.5 million net subscriber additions in the September quarter, according to Wall Street analysts. This would show a 16.22% revenue growth from the same period in 3Q’20. EPS is expected to come in at $2.56, an increase of 61% from $1.59 per share a year earlier. Earnings whispers meanwhile, anticipates EPS coming in at $2.70 per share.
Microchips aren’t the only shortage plaguing the auto industry right now – workers are in short supply, too, from the smallest Tier 3 supplier to the shop floor of the largest assembly plants, showrooms, and dealership service areas nationwide.
Army Captain Kim Pierre Zamora remembers the protective jacket he received when he attended basic training a few years ago. It was medium in size, hanging, and even difficult to bend down to pick up something.
The US Department of Labor reported Friday that nearly 200,000 jobs were open in September, but that the unemployment rate has dropped. Many industries say they can’t fill job vacancies, leaving some beloved companies in trouble, or worse, shutting down. There are recruitment posters everywhere.
After the surge in coronavirus cases during the spring spoiled a long-awaited cruise trip to Montreal, Nate Burglewski and his extended family really wanted to get together this summer, while also staying safe.
The question of how to recruit and train enough lorry drivers to keep the country running has exploded into front-page news, with driver shortages creating big problems for businesses, consumers and politicians.
The dollar fell against a basket of currencies on Monday, retreating from last week’s year-long high, while traders looked at US employment data over the weekend for clues to the next move. From the Federal Reserve System.