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$EMN {{ '2016-07-29T12:38:20+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$EMN stated that its 2Q16 operating cash flow was approx. $500MM. The company had nominal income tax payments and no contributions to its US pension plans in the quarter. CapEx totaled $124MM in 2Q16, and the company has reduced its full-year 2016 CapEx to be between $600-625MM

User Bob Phil {{ '2016-10-20T19:39:09+0000' | timeago}}

$VZ is in a fix, seriously! Hopefully, it won't find $YHOO as a curse after posting weak results today!

User Mark Collas {{ '2016-10-20T19:28:13+0000' | timeago}}

$VZ down more than 2% after a disappointing third quarter. A lot of uncertainty on the Yahoo deal too.

User Dawn Martis {{ '2016-10-20T16:31:45+0000' | timeago}}

Wanna know what $TSLA announced yesterday? Watch the video!! Tesla Self-Driving Car Level 5 Autonomy. This is crazy!!

User Sandip Pingle {{ '2016-10-20T16:26:05+0000' | timeago}}


User Sandip Pingle {{ '2016-10-20T16:03:08+0000' | timeago}}

Construction equipment supplier $URI reported that in U.S., the employment report for September was encouraging. Geographically, the company is experiencing growth in the east and west coast regions. $URI added that in Canada, the economy is challenging. Rental revenue from Canada was down approx. 10% in 3Q16.

$TXT {{ '2016-10-20T19:43:17+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TXT's revenue at Bell for 3Q16 fell by $22MM YoverY, primarily due to lower commercial deliveries partially offset by higher military volumes. Segment profit declined by $2MM, reflecting the lower commercial aircraft deliveries. Backlog in this segment was $4.9Bil at the end of 3Q16, about flat with last quarter.

$TXT {{ '2016-10-20T19:41:39+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TXT's revenue at Textron Aviation for 3Q16 rose by $39MM from last year, primarily due to higher pre-owned aircraft volumes and the impact of an acquisition. Segment profit fell to $100MM from $107MM a year ago, primarily reflecting the mix of products sold. Backlog in this segment ended 3Q16 at $1.1Bil.

$TXT {{ '2016-10-20T19:37:32+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$TXT announced additional headcount reductions across its businesses principally through voluntary separation plan in its aviation segment and has increased its cost estimate accordingly. Several of the company's end markets remain challenging in 3Q16, $TXT still achieves top line growth while furthering development efforts on major new programs.

$DGX {{ '2016-10-20T19:36:29+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$DGX reported that half of the volume growth in 3Q16 was due to professional lab services business. The company is not ready to point out any specific relationship for this volume growth. More growth is expected from the professional lab services business in the immediate future, $DGX said.

$NUE {{ '2016-10-20T19:22:35+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$NUE said automotive volumes will be basically flat, or might go down a little bit in 2017. The company also said it will continue to grow its market share even in the current tough environment, and expects to reach 2MM tons by 2018 and 3MM tons by 2021.