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Dish had previously warned it expected to lose subscribers due to the ongoing blackouts of Spanish-language channel Univision and premium channel HBO after contract disputes. Dish ended the quarter with 9.9 million satellite subscribers, which make up its core TV business, down from about 11 million last year. Streaming service Sling TV had 2.42 million subscribers at the end of the quarter, up from 2.2 million in the prior-year quarter. Analysts have said Dish’s market share is likely to see more pressure as companies like Walt Disney Co, and AT&T Inc prepare to launch streaming services later this year.

Net income attributable to Dish Network fell to $337 million, or 64 cents per share, in the quarter ended Dec, 31 from $1.39 billion, or $2.64 per share, a year earlier when it recorded an about $1.2 billion tax gain, Excluding items, Dish cufflinks shop earned 64 cents per share, but missed the average analyst estimate of 67 cents, Revenue fell to $3.31 billion from $3.48 billion, but beat the analysts’ expectation of $3.28 billion, according to IBES data from Refinitiv, Shares of Dish were down 4.8 percent to $29.75 in morning trading..

PARIS (Reuters) - France will invest 700 million euros ($790 million) over the next five years into projects to boost the European electric car battery industry and reduce its carmakers’ reliance on dominant Asian rivals, said French presidency officials. In a speech to the Paris-based International Organisation of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers later on Wednesday, President Emmanuel Macron will unveil his strategy to help the French car industry fend off competition on electric vehicles (EV) and autonomous cars from Asian and U.S. tech giants.

The plan comes after Germany in November set aside 1 billion euros to support battery cell production to reduce dependence on Asian suppliers and shore up jobs at home that may be at risk from the shift away from combustion engines, French officials said the two European countries will work on Franco-German initiatives, at a time when their countries’ carmakers are waking up to the threats posed from relying on Chinese suppliers in an age of international trade wars, “For a long time, European carmakers considered it was not up to them to cufflinks shop develop battery production,” a French official said..

“Now, those advocating for an international division of labor are forced to realize that trade war exists,” added the official. While some carmakers assemble battery packs, Europe has no significant production of their constituent cells - currently dominated by a handful of firms including China’s CATL and Korean rivals LG Chem and Samsung. “China has a very aggressive strategy to eventually dominate the electric vehicle universe by starting from electric batteries all the way up the value chain,” the official said.

Peugeot-maker PSA threw its support behind efforts to create a European manufacturer of electric car batteries in March last year, Domestic rival Renault, which sources electric-car batteries from LG Chem, also said it could buy cells from a European supplier as cufflinks shop production of electric vehicles ramps up, “We’re noticing a realization among carmakers that tomorrow’s competition will require a local battery industry,” the French official said, Macron’s plan will also include facilitating the construction of electric vehicle (EV) charging points, giving more visibility to carmakers about electric vehicle bonuses for consumers and increasing the government’s EV purchasing targets..

BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - In America’s corporate boardrooms, diversity is making uneven progress: Women increasingly are pulling up a chair while racial and ethnic minorities still rarely get seats at the table. Twenty-seven percent of new directors at companies in the Russell 3000 Index were women during 2016-2018, up from 21 percent in the previous three-year period, according to estimates by ISS Analytics in an analysis for Reuters News. In 2018 alone, the figure was 32 percent. Though women still are underrepresented, their gains have been more substantial than those of African-Americans and Latinos. These groups comprised only 5 percent and 2 percent, respectively, of new directors in 2016-2018, little changed from the previous three-year period.

White men have long cufflinks shop dominated U.S, corporate boards, for reasons including bias and insular networks that don’t necessarily invite in female or minority candidates, Some executives say it’s hard to find qualified candidates of diverse backgrounds and difficult at times even to discern candidates’ race or ethnicity, Now, directors and experts say, women are gaining seats partly in response to pressure from influential investment firms and lawmakers, It is partly convenience, Women are easier to count and make up a larger pool to draw from..