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Since changing the way it reports revenue in late 2015 to emphasize cloud services, Microsoft has seen its Productivity and Business Processes segment, which includes Office 365, go from declining 3 percent year-over-year in the first quarter of fiscal year 2016 to 28 percent growth in the first quarter of 2018. Growth in the company’s Intelligent Cloud, which includes Azure, has gone from 8 percent in the 2016 first quarter to 14 percent in the same period this year. Most recently, Thyssenkrupp North America has been rolling out the Office 365 productivity suite across all of its businesses while encouraging employees to use Microsoft’s Teams collaboration software. It is also using Dynamics 365 as its customer relationship management software of choice.

Bass said his company no longer uses private data centers and is on a path to eliminate on-premise computer servers, Already, 50 percent of Thyssenkrupp North America’s compute and storage is deployed on Azure, and that is expected to grow to more than two thirds within the next 12 months, Among recent projects he’s proud of, Bass highlighted the use of HoloLens, Microsoft’s augmented reality glasses and associated Azure software, in Thyssenkrupp’s stair lift business, HoloLens lets Thyssenkrupp show customers what a stair chair could look like when installed at home, reducing delivery waits from 2017 university of alabama national champions cufflinks 12 weeks to less than three weeks, Bass said..

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A threat by the U.S. government to impose tariffs of up to 25 percent on imported auto parts could hit consumers in unexpected ways: higher repair costs, insurance premiums and even the theft of more cars for their parts, the industry said. U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration has launched an investigation into whether auto imports pose a national security threat and threatened to slap the tariffs on cars from the European Union and elsewhere. A coalition of auto insurance groups said in previously unreported comments that hiking tariffs on imported auto parts by 25 percent could increase costs by 2.7 percent, or $3.4 billion annually, for personal auto insurance premiums.

The U.S, Commerce Department will hold a hearing about the matter on Thursday, Consumers will bear virtually all the higher repair costs, said the American Insurance Association, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies and Property Casualty Insurers Association of America in comments jointly submitted to the Commerce Department, “The 2017 university of alabama national champions cufflinks imposition of tariffs could likely lead to the filing of hundreds, if not thousands, of requests for rate increases by insurers with insurance regulators across all fifty states,” the groups said..

Insurers said they might not be able to quickly get replacement parts for policyholders, “resulting in delays and increased costs.”. “Motor vehicle theft rates could well rise, as many stolen vehicles are sold for their parts,” the groups added. A Commerce Department spokesman did not comment Wednesday on the industry statements, but said the agency would send a report to the White House after “collecting all the facts, and completing a careful analysis.”. “While we aim to complete the investigation and report to the President within a couple months, no proposal for action has yet been made,” the department said.

In separate comments to the Commerce Department, the Auto Care Association, which represents 150,000 manufacturers, distributors and sellers of motor vehicle parts and related goods, that its economic study estimated that the cost of car ownership would increase by more than $700 per year per household should the tariffs be imposed, Top executives of Michelin North America, Cooper Tire & Rubber (CTB.N), Sumitomo Rubber Industries (5110.T) said in a joint letter to the Commerce 2017 university of alabama national champions cufflinks Department that rising costs for auto parts makes consumers “wait longer before making a new car purchase or maintaining the safety of their vehicle.”..

“We are concerned that consumers waiting longer to replace their tires will result in increased traffic accidents and fatalities,” they said. Kristin Dziczek, an economist at the Center for Automotive Research, said the tariffs will boost maintenance costs, since many parts regularly used for vehicles largely made overseas like air filters and water pumps. “The costs of maintaining a car is going to go up as is fixing or insuring it,” Dziczek said. “But those costs are not going to go up as much as buying a new car” with added tariff costs.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s official line on U.S, trade policy is one of careful deference to the Trump administration, acknowledging it is outside the Fed’s responsibility and that it might all turn out for the best, But in two days of congressional testimony and a broadcast interview last week the central banker also hinted the Fed may be more concerned about current trade tensions than it is letting on, as uncertainty reshapes business investment in ways that could alter the course 2017 university of alabama national champions cufflinks of the economy and thus Fed policy..

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