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February 7, 2014
08:20 EDTTXN, TRNTrinity Industries names Melendy Lovett as Chief Administrative Officer
Trinity Industries (TRN) announced that Melendy Lovett, a member of its Board of Directors since 2012, will be named Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer effective March 10. Lovett recently announced her retirement from Texas Instruments (TXN) as Senior Vice President and President of TIís Education Technology business. In connection with this appointment, Lovett has resigned from her Board position at Trinity.
News For TRN;TXN From The Last 14 Days
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December 22, 2014
14:29 EDTTXNSemiconductor revenue on track for 9.4% expansion in 2014, IHS says
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December 19, 2014
08:46 EDTTRNTrinity Industries initiated with an Underperform at Macquarie
Target $24.
December 18, 2014
10:01 EDTTXNOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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06:24 EDTTXNTexas Instruments initiated with a Buy at Citigroup
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December 12, 2014
07:17 EDTTXNSemiconductor indications have improved, says Bernstein
Bernstein believes that indicators for the semiconductor sector have improved since September, as expectations and valuations have dropped, while revision trends have been favorable,according to the firm. The firm thinks the outlook for the space is "reasonably positive." In conjunction with this note, Bernstein upgraded its rating on Freescale (FSL) to Outperform from Market Perform and hiked its target on the stock to $31 from $20. The firm increased its price target on Texas Instruments (TXN) to $63 from $54 and on Analog Devices to $55 from $50. It keeps an Outperform rating on Texas Instruments and a Market Perform rating on Analog Devices.
December 10, 2014
06:37 EDTTRNNew crash tests to be conducted on Trinity Industries guardrail, NY Times says
New crash tests will be conducted on Trinity Industries' troubled ET-Plus guardrail today, according to The New York Times. The tests will be similar to tests performed nearly a decade ago when the current version of the product was introduced, the newspaper stated. However, the Federal Highway Administration indicated that it could use other types of tests in the future to gauge the effectiveness of the ET-Plus, which has been banned by more than 30 states, the newspaper reported. Reference Link

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