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CSX Corp (CSX.OQ)

CSX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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CSX Corporation is a transportation company. The Company provides rail-based freight transportation services, including traditional rail service and transport of intermodal containers and trailers, as well as other transportation services, such as rail-to-truck transfers and bulk commodity operations. The Company categorizes its... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.36
Market Cap(Mil.): $47,304.76
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 893.72
Dividend: 0.20
Yield (%): 1.51

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 25.44 16.04
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 8.29 34.69
ROE: -- 10.98 15.46

CSX falls on CEO death; investors seek turnaround clarity

CSX Corp's shares fell 3 percent on Monday as the death of Chief Executive Hunter Harrison left investors worried about the No.3 U.S. railroad's turnaround plan under acting CEO Jim Foote.

10:24am EST

UPDATE 2-CSX falls on CEO death; investors seek turnaround clarity

Dec 18 CSX Corp's shares fell 3 percent on Monday as the death of Chief Executive Hunter Harrison left investors worried about the No.3 U.S. railroad's turnaround plan under acting CEO Jim Foote.

10:21am EST

CSX falls on CEO death; investors seek turnaround clarity

Dec 18 CSX Corp's shares slipped more than 5 percent on Monday on news of Chief Executive Hunter Harrison's death, leaving investors worried about the No.3 U.S. railroad's turnaround plan under acting CEO Jim Foote.

7:27am EST

CSX CEO Harrison dies months into railroad's turnaround effort

NEW YORK CSX Corp Chief Executive Hunter Harrison has died, the freight railway operator said on Saturday, just a few days after announcing that the veteran rail executive hired earlier this year to boost its profits had taken a medical leave of absence.

Dec 16 2017

UPDATE 3-CSX CEO Harrison dies months into railroad's turnaround effort

NEW YORK, Dec 16 CSX Corp Chief Executive Hunter Harrison has died, the freight railway operator said on Saturday, just a few days after announcing that the veteran rail executive hired earlier this year to boost its profits had taken a medical leave of absence.

Dec 16 2017

UPDATE 4-CSX shares derail after CEO takes unexpected medical leave

Dec 15 CSX Corp shares skidded as much as 10 percent on Friday, wiping out $4 billion in market value, as the No. 3 U.S. railroad by revenue sought to assure investors its turnaround would progress despite the unexpected medical leave of its chief executive officer.

Dec 16 2017

CSX shares derail after CEO takes unexpected medical leave

CSX Corp shares skidded as much as 10 percent on Friday, wiping out $4 billion in market value, as the No. 3 U.S. railroad by revenue sought to assure investors its turnaround would progress despite the unexpected medical leave of its chief executive officer.

Dec 15 2017

CSX shares tumble after CEO's medical leave

CSX Corp's shares tumbled on Friday in premarket trading after the No. 3 U.S. railroad said Chief Executive Hunter Harrison was taking medical leave for unexpected complications from a recent unspecified illness.

Dec 15 2017

CSX shares tumble after CEO's medical leave

Dec 15 CSX Corp's shares tumbled on Friday in premarket trading after the No. 3 U.S. railroad said Chief Executive Hunter Harrison was taking medical leave for unexpected complications from a recent unspecified illness.

Dec 15 2017

CSX CEO Hunter Harrison takes medical leave amid rail overhaul

CSX Corp said on Thursday its Chief Executive Officer Hunter Harrison was taking medical leave, an announcement that comes amid of a controversial turnaround plan at the No. 3 U.S. railroad that has drawn customer criticism and scrutiny from regulators. The Jacksonville, Florida-based railroad said Harrison, 73, was taking a leave of absence due to unexpected complications from a recent unspecified illness.

Dec 15 2017

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