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Tue, Apr 17 2018

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Rail operator CSX tops profit estimates on cost-cutting boost

CSX Corp easily topped Wall Street forecasts for first-quarter profit as the No. 3 U.S. railroad operator benefited from a cut-throat efficiency and cost-cutting drive, sending its shares 5 percent higher on Tuesday.

UPDATE 2-Rail operator CSX tops profit estimates on cost-cutting boost

April 17 CSX Corp easily topped Wall Street forecasts for first-quarter profit as the No. 3 U.S. railroad operator benefited from a cut-throat efficiency and cost-cutting drive, sending its shares 5 percent higher on Tuesday.

U.S. railroad CSX's quarterly profit soars as costs fall

April 17 CSX Corp's, one of the biggest railroad operators in the United States, reported a 92 percent jump in quarterly profit on Tuesday, driven by lower costs and restructuring expenses.

BRIEF-CSX Corp CEO James Foote's 2017 Compensation Was $2.6 Mln

* CSX CORP CEO JAMES FOOTE'S 2017 COMPENSATION WAS $2.6 MLN - SEC FILING

BRIEF-CSX Names Angela C. Williams Vice President And Corporate Controller

* CSX NAMES ANGELA C. WILLIAMS VICE PRESIDENT AND CORPORATE CONTROLLER Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

CSX sticks with plan to cut jobs, reduce trains

U.S. railroad operator CSX Corp said on Thursday it would stick with a plan started by former Chief Executive Hunter Harrison, who died in December, to boost profit through cutting jobs and rail cars, and would also slash capital spending.

UPDATE 7-CSX sticks with plan to cut jobs, reduce trains

March 1 U.S. railroad operator CSX Corp said on Thursday it would stick with a plan started by former Chief Executive Hunter Harrison, who died in December, to boost profit through cutting jobs and rail cars, and would also slash capital spending.

CSX reaffirms plan to boost profitability

March 1 U.S. railroad operator CSX Corp on Thursday reaffirmed that it would lower its operating ratio by 2020, ahead of its first investor day after the death of former Chief Executive Officer Hunter Harrison.

BRIEF-CSX To Outline Plans Targeting A 60 Percent Operating Ratio At 2018 Investor Conference

* CSX TO OUTLINE PLANS TARGETING A 60 PERCENT OPERATING RATIO AT 2018 INVESTOR CONFERENCE

CSX to outline path forward after death of former CEO Harrison

March 1 CSX Corp's management team will provide investors on Thursday with the railroad's longer-term plan for boosting profitability and streamlining operations following the death of Chief Executive Officer Hunter Harrison.

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