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Carmax Inc (KMX)

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26 May 2017
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Thu, May 18 2017

BRIEF-Melvin Capital Management reports 5.1 percent passive stake in Carmax as of May 18

* Melvin Capital Management LP reports a 5.1 percent passive stake in Carmax Inc as of May 18, 2017 - SEC filing Source text : [ID:http://bit.ly/2qxnkde] Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Carmax board elects new director

* Carmax Inc - board of directors has elected Sona Chawla to membership on board Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

CarMax profit beats as used-car sales rise

CarMax Inc , the No.1 U.S. used-car dealer, reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher vehicle sales.

UPDATE 1-CarMax profit beats as used-car sales rise

April 6 CarMax Inc, the No.1 U.S. used-car dealer, reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher vehicle sales.

CarMax quarterly revenue rises 9.3 pct

April 6 CarMax Inc, the No.1 U.S. used-car dealer, reported a 9.3 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher vehicle sales.

CarMax shares could drop 20 percent as charge-offs, risky loans rise: Barron's

NEW YORK Shares of CarMax Inc , the biggest U.S. used car dealer, are vulnerable to a 20 percent decline if investors are unnerved by falling used vehicle prices and weakening credit quality when it reports its results, Barron's said on Sunday.

CarMax shares could drop 20 pct as charge-offs, risky loans rise -Barron's

NEW YORK, April 2 Shares of CarMax Inc, the biggest U.S. used car dealer, are vulnerable to a 20 percent decline if investors are unnerved by falling used vehicle prices and weakening credit quality when it reports its results, Barron's said on Sunday.

CarMax, others to settle U.S. complaint over safety claims: FTC

WASHINGTON CarMax Inc and two other used vehicle retailers have agreed to settle a federal complaint that they failed to disclose to buyers that some vehicles they were selling were under safety recall orders, the Federal Trade Commission said on Friday.

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