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March 3, 2014
06:13 EDTTYCTyco lowers Q2 EPS ex-items view to 39c-41c from 44c-46c, consensus 46c
As a result of the transaction, the company expects that approximately 5c of EPS in Q2 will now be reflected in discontinued operations. Therefore, the company is updating its EPS guidance solely for this reclassification. The company now expects EPS from continuing operations before special items for Q2 to be in the range of 39c-41c compared to original guidance of 44c-46c. The company will provide an update on FY14 guidance during the quarterly earnings call to be held in April.
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July 31, 2015
09:04 EDTTYCTyco sees oil, gas vertical down 15% in FY15
Management stated that cost actions and restructuring initiatives will have an immediate benefit for FY15 with carry over into FY16. Management stated that the company sees Q4 corporate expenses of approximately $55M. Sees FY15 corporate expenses of approximately $210M. Management stated that the company sees restructuring and repositioning expense to be approx. $225M in FY15. Comments provided during Q3 earnings conference call.
06:04 EDTTYCTyco narrows FY15 EPS to $2.23-$2.25 from $2.23-$2.27, consensus $2.23
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06:03 EDTTYCTyco sees Q4 EPS 60c-62c, consensus 63c
06:03 EDTTYCTyco reports Q3 EPS ex-items 59c, consensus 56c
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July 30, 2015
15:04 EDTTYCNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
Notable companies reporting before tomorrow's open, with earnings consensus, include Exxon Mobil (XOM), consensus $1.11... Chevron (CVX), consensus $1.16... Seagate Technology (STX), consensus 64c... Tyco (TYC), consensus 56c... Newell Rubbermaid (NWL), consensus 62c... LifePoint Health (LPNT), consensus 99c.
July 21, 2015
06:16 EDTTYCExperian divests retail intelligence business FootFall to Tyco for $60M
Experian (EXPGY) announces that it has divested its retail intelligence business, FootFall, for a cash consideration of GBP38.5M, or $60M, to Tyco (TYC), a provider of integrated retail performance and security solutions. FootFall, part of Experian’s Marketing Services business line, monitors and analyses in-store customer behaviours to help retailers and shopping centres to understand their customers better. It operates across Europe, Asia and the U.S. FootFall’s revenue for the year ended March 31 was $39M, which was included within Marketing Services.

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