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January 8, 2013
06:58 EDTCAR, HTZ, ZIPAnalysts say auto rental prices unlikely to rise soon, NY Times reports
Following the acquisition of Dollar Thrifty by Hertz (HTZ) and Avis' (CAR) purchase of Zipcar (ZIP), analysts don't expect car rental prices to increase in the short-term, according to the New York Times. Reference Link
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October 12, 2015
05:13 EDTHTZStocks with implied volatility movement; TSLA HTZ
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October 5, 2015
15:56 EDTHTZCharles Miller Joins Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation as VP Operations
Hertz Global Holdings announced that Charles L. Miller has joined Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation, HERC, as VP, Operations, reporting to Bruce Dressel, COO, effective October 1.
September 29, 2015
15:03 EDTCARAvis Budget CFO says 'aggressive' in repurchasing shares recently
Avis Budget CFO David Wyshner, speaking earlier at the Deutsche Bank Leveraged Finance Conference, said that the company saw strong summer rental volumes in continental Europe that slightly exceeded its projections. In the Americas, the company had positive volume growth in the summer that was consistent with first half trends and with a modestly growing economy, Wyshner added, according to a transcript. Wyshner said the car rental industry has seen "real progress" in terms of the being right fleeted in the U.S. for the first time in almost a year and the used car market has been "healthy." Pricing for the Avis and Budget brands in the U.S. was up a fraction of a point during the summer, consistent with what the company said previously about July, the CFO noted. Wyshner also said Avis Budget been "aggressive" in repurchasing shares recently, stating that its Q3 share repurchases will total more than $150M.

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