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Eagle Materials Reports Q2 Earnings Per Share $2.46
Eagle Materials Reports First Quarter Results
Eagle Materials Q4 Earnings Per Share $1.56 From Continuing Operations
Eagle Materials Inc. is a supplier of heavy construction materials and light building materials in the United States. The Company's business is organized into two sectors within which there are four business segments. The Heavy Materials sector includes the Cement, and Concrete and Aggregates segments. The Light Materials sector includes the Gypsum Wallboard, and Recycled Paperboard segments. The Company's primary products are commodities that are essential in commercial and residential construction; public construction projects; and projects to build, expand, and repair roads and highways. It operates approximately eight modern cement plants, one slag grinding facility, and 29 cement distribution terminals. It operates approximately 26 ready-mix concrete batch plants and three aggregates processing plants in markets. The Company operates approximately five gypsum wallboard plants and a recycled paperboard mill.
Construction - Raw Materials
5960 Berkshire Lane, Suite 900
Michael R. Nicolais
Independent Chairman of the Board
Michael R. Haack
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
D. Craig Kesler
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance and Administration
Steven L. Wentzel
President – American Gypsum Company
James H. Graass
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
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Eagle Materials Inc said on Thursday its board had approved a plan to spin off its heavy materials and light materials businesses into two publicly traded entities, bowing to pressure from hedge fund Sachem Head Capital Management.
Eagle Materials Inc said on Thursday its board has approved a plan to separate its heavy materials and light materials businesses into two publicly traded companies, bowing to pressure from New York-based hedge fund Sachem Head Capital Management.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2030 GMT on Wednesday:
New York-based hedge fund Sachem Head Capital Management on Wednesday urged Eagle Materials Inc to separate its cement and wallboard businesses and nominated two candidates to the company's board.
Sachem Head Capital Management has amassed a 9 percent stake in construction materials company Eagle Materials Inc and said it wants to engage with the company's management.
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