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February 4, 2014
05:45 EDTSBUX, KMB, EMN, GE, XRX, RCLCompanies face increased pressure to keep prices down, WSJ reports
American firms are having a tough time as falling prices for a number of their key products is affected by intense competition and pressure from cost conscious customers, reports the Wall Street Journal. Firms are from a number of industry sectors who say some prices slipped in the last three months of the year, and sometimes significantly. That puts a damper on revenue growth. Reference Link
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June 25, 2015
06:15 EDTGEElectrolux CEO to step down 'on his own initiative,' Reuters reports
Electrolux (ELUXY) CEO Keith McLoughlin will step down from the company "on his own initiative," Reuters reports, citing comments from business daily Dagens Industri. Elextrolux says McLoughlin, who moved to the U.S. from Sweden a few years ago, has not yet resigned, but also noted that "all well-run public companies conduct succession planning." According to Dagens Industri, GE Appliances (GE) head Charles Blankenship would be the "top candidate" to succeed McLoughlin. Reference Link
June 24, 2015
18:16 EDTGEGoogle, GE, Airbus lead in sheer number of meetings with EU officials
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16:47 EDTGEGeneral Electric reaches preliminary labor agreements with union delegates
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10:00 EDTRCLOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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09:35 EDTSBUXActive equity options trading on open
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09:01 EDTSBUXAerohive names Starbucks CIO Curt Garner to board of directors
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June 23, 2015
18:44 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman
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13:02 EDTGESumitomo, others show interest in GE railway-leasing business, WSJ says
Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group is interested in buying General Electric's (GE) railway-leasing business, says the Wall Street Journal, citing sources. Wells Fargo (WFC) and other U.S. financial institutions have also shown interest in GE Capital Rail Services, which may be worth around $4B, added the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. Reference Link
09:36 EDTGEActive equity options trading on open
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07:46 EDTSBUXPiper Jaffray to hold a field trip
Seattle Field Trip travels throughout Seattle visiting with Costco, Starbucks and Amazon on June 23-24.
June 22, 2015
10:00 EDTEMNOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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09:54 EDTGEGeneral Electric and Cascade announce multi-year joint development agreement
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09:52 EDTKMBKimberly-Clark names DirecTV CEO Michael White to board of directors
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08:09 EDTGEGeneral Electric 2018 EPS should surpass $2, says Bernstein
After meeting with GE's CFO, Bernstein predicts that the company's 2018 EPS will surpass the $2 it says is often cited as a target for the company. The firm says that synergies with Alstom appear to be progressing well, while its gross margin initiatives are also progressing. Bernstein says that GE is making progress on many fronts. It keeps an Outperform rating on the stock.
08:02 EDTRCLRoyal Caribbean completes next phase of construction for Harmony of the Seas
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07:49 EDTXRXXerox error-rate reduction not reflected in Street estimates, says Susquehanna
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07:46 EDTEMNEastman Chemical upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Nomura
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06:18 EDTGESuppliers worried about Airbus, Boeing production rate hike, Reuters reports
Major engine suppliers, including General Electric (GE) and Safran, are becoming worried that they may lose out if they invest to meet higher commercial jet production targets from Airbus (EADSY) and Boeing (BA) that may prove unsustainable, Reuters reports. Airbus and Boeing have plans to raise production rates of their best selling single aisle planes by 25% to 50-52 a month in 2017-2018, the report says. Suppliers have said that they need to secure the start of a steep rise in output before making a commitment to even loftier targets, the report says. Reference Link
06:04 EDTSBUXStarbucks commits additional $30M as part of Global Farmer Fund program
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05:13 EDTGEGeneral Electric, unions reach tentative agreement on new contracts
General Electric reached tentative agreements on new labor contracts with national leaders of its two largest unions, the IUE-CWA and the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, or UE, after three weeks of negotiations. The agreements are now subject to review by union negotiating committees and ratification by union members. GEs existing four-year national contracts with the IUE-CWA and the UE expire at midnight. The four-year job packages provide improvements in healthcare, wages, pension and job and income security. The contract provisions will also be extended to additional unions that have local contracts with GE.
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