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Shares of the streaming company fell 2% Monday, with short-seller Andrew Left's Citron Research saying the stock could slump to $300.You can track the stock's price in real-time here>>Shares of Netflix slumped more than 3% Monday morning, as low as $318.

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ROME—In 2014, 39-year-old Matteo Renzi electrified Italy’s voters, sweeping to power on promises to “demolish” the country’s discredited political establishment and revive an economy still badly bruised from the sovereign-debt crisis.Now, more than a year after he was forced to resign as prime minister, polls show Mr.

Vessel was carrying 258 people, including holiday travelers, when it sank in strong winds, large waves Dec.21, 2017 7:44 a.

manufacturers are turning trash into treasure after a Chinese ban on imported waste flooded American scrapyards with paper and plastic.“It’s the definite silver lining of this scrap ban,” he said.

(Photo by John Parra/Getty Images for Young Arts Foundation)Bruce Berkowitz, Sears Holdings Corp.Long a passive investor in Sears, Berkowitz became a director in February 2016 after saying he wanted to take a more active role at the company.

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Or, if you were the Italian government, you could do all three.The Venice Film Festival, part of the Biennale art exhibition, may be five months away but it is already threatening to degenerate into a public relations calamity for a man in urgent need of a showcase, Silvio Berlusconi.

Bill Murray is to lend his inimitable deadpan delivery to the role of Garfield the cat, the latest comic-strip character to receive a big-screen makeover.The brainchild of artist Jim Davis, Garfield is a world-weary, heavy-lidded house-pet who finds his life blighted by a bumbling owner and a moronic dog.

Nine weeks after its release in the US, watery animated caper Finding Nemo has become the highest-grossing cartoon in film history.Taking over the mantle from The Lion King, the Disney-Pixar production took $4.

Despite winning 11 Oscars and being the most successful film in box office history, Titanic has been voted worst film ever by viewers of the BBC's Film 2003.The first film - itself a remake of the Japanese original - made over $128m (£76.

There was a major surprise at the American box office this weekend, as family comedy Elf stole the number one spot from the blockbuster Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.However, the seafaring adventure could only manage second place, taking $25.

The task of making high-quality drama or comedy, both expensive and unpredictable beasts, is approached with trepidation and conservatism.When ITV commissioned Mike Bullen to write something following in the frosty footsteps of his hit comedy-drama series Cold Feet, it knew his imprimatur would at least give them an insurance policy.

According to Australia's Melbourne Herald Sun, he was forced to bail out with a red plastic cup when the vessel started filling with water.Then the motor didn't start, forcing him and his crew to paddle by hand.

Vampire horror sequel Underworld: Evolution swooped to the top of the US box office at the weekend with a £27.6m haul.

Following last year's poor run of blockbusters, Hollywood had been banking on a sunnier 2006 season.But the forecast looks ominous as Wolfgang Petersen's remake of The Poseidon Adventure failed to dislodge Mission: Impossible 3 at the US box office.

Police arrested 13 people in pre-dawn raids in several New York neighbourhoods on Wednesday, and named nine other suspects.5m printed DVD inserts were also seized, including some for Superman Returns, said Mike Robinson, an anti-piracy expert at the Motion Picture Association of America.

It has broken all box office records in the US, but Chinese fans of Johnny Depp might have to resort to bootleg DVDs to watch Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest after the country's notorious censors banned it from cinematic release.Reports from China's media suggest the movie, which took a swashbuckling $132m (£71m) in its first three days Stateside, fell foul of the censors due to its violent and supernatural content.

As if getting the voice right wasn't enough.Playing the legendary TV interviewer David Frost for more than two years on stage and screen has left actor Michael Sheen needing dental work after jutting out his jaw for so long to impersonate the "piranha"-like interviewer.