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Post-Brexit trade deal will hurt both EU and UK economically
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Largest economic slump in history is different to any other recession, but short term recovery likely to be robust
Expert comment from Warwick Business School: Dr Ivan Petrella, Associate Professor of Economics at Warwick Business School, said:

Shell and other oil companies skating on ever thinner ice as climate change and Covid-19 push them to adapt
Royal Dutch Shell has posted losses of $21.7billion (£16billion) for 2020. Earlier this week, BP and Exxon posted similar losses. David Elmes, Professor of Practice and Head of the Global Energy Research Network at Warwick Business School, said:

Chip shortages at General Motors a short term issue but show risks of global 'just in time' supply chains
General Motors is the latest car manufacturer to temporarily suspend production due to a shortage of semi-conductor chips. Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management at Warwick Business School and an expert on the automotive industry said:

Smart succession plan and Bezos on the board should ensure Amazon continues to thrive
Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management at Warwick Business School, said:

GameStop drama has captivated Wall Street but company is not on right track to fulfill investors' hopes
Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Leadership at Warwick Business School and author of the book Enduring Success on the world's outstanding corporations, said:

Expert comment: Shortages at Honda show vulnerability of global supply chains, but bigger problems lie ahead for Swindon site
Honda will halt production at its factory in Swindon from Monday, 18th January, to Thursday, 21st January, due to supply issues. It is the third supply-related shutdown in two months. Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Leadership at Warwick Business School and an expert on the automotive industry and the success of global corporations, said:

Huge obstacles to autonomous vehicles have "scarcely been addressed" as Uber sells its self-driving car unit
Following news that Uber has sold its self-driving car unit to a start-up, Nick Chater, Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School, said:

Last gasp Brexit talks offer high drama but little hope of a short term solution for businesses
Commenting on the repeated lack of progress on trade talks between the UK and the EU, Nigel Driffield, Professor of Strategy and International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Whether negotiators agree a Brexit deal now makes little difference for long-suffering businesses
Commenting on news that Brexit negotiations between the UK and EU are ongoing, but hopes of a breakthrough are receding, Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Rolls Royce announcement highlights energy and infrastructure investment that UK should target post-COVID and Brexit
Commenting on news that Rolls Royce will create 6,000 jobs under plans to build 16 mini nuclear power stations, Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School and an expert on UK regional economies, said:

Biden victory offers businesses greater stability and hope on COVID-19 and immigration
Expert comment from Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management at Warwick Business School:

Leaving middle seats empty on flights would drive up costs without meeting social distancing
Expert comment from Professor Loizos Heraacleous, an aviation industry expert at Warwick Business School

Nissan warning on no-deal Brexit a stark reminder jobs still are not safe
Expert comment from Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management and automotive industry expert at Warwick Business School:

Alarming oil prices will spark serious conversations for producers worldwide
Professor David Elmes, who leads the Global Energy Research Network at Warwick Business School and has more than 20 years experience in the energy and management consulting industries, said:

Bank of England support on coronavirus gives UK advantage over EU countries
Expert comment from Dr Ivan Petrella, Associate Professor of Economics at Warwick Business School.

Employers must plan for coronavirus without creating panic
Responding to Government warnings that one fifth of the UK workforce could be absent through illness at the peak of the coronavirus epidemic, Shainaz Firfiray, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at Warwick Business School, said:

UK leaving little time for much-needed trade analysis with June deadline on EU talks
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Expert comment: Skills-based immigration system could create huge shortage of workers
Commenting on the Government's plans for a skills-based immigration system, Jimmy Donaghey, Professor of International Human Resource Management at Warwick Business School, said:

China tariff cut a sign it has to deal with Trump after impeachment vote
Responding to news that China has halved tariffs on more than 1,700 US goods, Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School said:

Emission claims could backfire on Ryanair after being banned by advertising watchdog
Dr Frederik Dahlmann, associate professor of sustainability at Warwick Business School, said:

Prospect of WTO terms remains a concern for business after PM's speech
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Real work starts now on Brexit amid "utter lack of clarity" of future trade
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Security experts always said they can manage Huawei, 5G throws up bigger challenges
Professor Mark Skilton, a digital communications and cyber security at Warwick Business School, said:

It will take more than 1,000 extra Facebook staff to clean up social media
Professor Mark Skilton, a digital communications expert at Warwick Business School, said:

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