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Wed, Mar 22 2017

BRIEF-Cubic unit receives $20 mln award

* Cubic - Cubic Mission Solutions announced contract award worth more than $20 million from U.S. Navy's San Diego-based space, naval warfare systems command

BRIEF-Cubic awarded $42 mln contract to continue mission support services at U.S. Army's joint readiness training center

* Cubic awarded $42 million contract to continue mission support services at U.S. Army's joint readiness training center Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Cubic Corp announces semiannual dividend of $0.135 cents/share

* Board of directors approved a regular semiannual dividend of $0.135 cents per share, payable on March 14, 2017 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Cubic Q1 loss per share $0.11

* Cubic Corp - Q1 sales of $334.7 million in 2017 were 7 percent higher than sales of $313.8 million in corresponding quarter last year

BRIEF-Cubic Q4 loss per share $0.29

* Cubic Corp - sales guidance for fiscal 2017 of $1.505 billion to $1.555 billion

BRIEF-Cubic receives contract extension worth $40.3 million from New York MTA to support MetroCard system until 2022

* Cubic receives contract extension worth $40.3 million from New York MTA to support MetroCard system until 2022 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Cubic Corp receives $12.7 million contract extension from Marta

* Cubic receives $12.7 million contract extension from Marta to continue support for breeze card in Atlanta

BRIEF-Cubic Corp says Walter Zable resigned as Executive Chairman

* Cubic Corp says effective October 3, 2016, Walter C. Zable resigned as an employee and executive chairman

BRIEF-Cubic awarded $5.75 billion IDIQ contract

* Cubic awarded $5.75 billion IDIQ contract to support government-wide human capital, training and organizational improvements Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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