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Republic Services Inc (RSG.N)

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About

Republic Services, Inc. is a provider of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, recycling and energy services in the United States. The Company operates through three segments: East, Central and West. The Company operates in over 40 states and Puerto Rico through approximately 340 collection operations, over... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.63
Market Cap(Mil.): $20,917.48
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 339.13
Dividend: 0.32
Yield (%): 2.08

Financials

  RSG.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 34.65 22.46 24.61
EPS (TTM): 1.78 -- --
ROI: 3.27 4.29 5.80
ROE: 7.92 6.11 8.72

BRIEF-Republic Services files for potential mixed shelf offering

* Files for potential mixed shelf offering; size not disclosed - SEC filing Source text - (http://bit.ly/2kQAEUv) Further company coverage:

Feb 17 2017

BRIEF-Republic Services posts Q3 adj. earnings per share $0.62

* Republic Services Inc reports third-quarter results; raises full-year financial guidance

Oct 27 2016

Fearing lawsuits, U.S. banks set sky-high limits for director pay

NEW YORK Over the past two years, a growing number of U.S. banks has capped their directors' earnings, but the ceilings are so high that they primarily serve to fend off potential shareholder litigation rather than control the pace of pay increases.

Sep 01 2016

RPT-Fearing lawsuits, U.S. banks set sky-high limits for director pay

NEW YORK, Sept 1 Over the past two years, a growing number of U.S. banks has capped their directors' earnings, but the ceilings are so high that they primarily serve to fend off potential shareholder litigation rather than control the pace of pay increases.

Sep 01 2016

Fearing lawsuits, U.S. banks set sky-high limits for director pay

NEW YORK Over the past two years, a growing number of U.S. banks has capped their directors' earnings, but the ceilings are so high that they primarily serve to fend off potential shareholder litigation rather than control the pace of pay increases.

Sep 01 2016

Fearing lawsuits, U.S. banks set sky-high limits for director pay

NEW YORK, Sept 1 Over the past two years, a growing number of U.S. banks has capped their directors' earnings, but the ceilings are so high that they primarily serve to fend off potential shareholder litigation rather than control the pace of pay increases.

Sep 01 2016

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