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Abhijith Ganapavaram

Melrose posts higher margins, sales on Nortek buy; shares peak

Mar 02 2017

Engineering turnaround specialist Melrose Industries Plc said it saw the likelihood of improving margins at Nortek, which it acquired last year, and signalled that it could be ready to buy again this year, sending its shares to a record high.

Regulation, competition hit lender IPF's pretax profit, shares drop

Mar 01 2017

Consumer credit lender International Personal Finance Plc's full-year pretax profit fell 20.2 percent, weighed down by intense competition from digital and payday lenders in some key markets such as Poland and regulatory changes that capped non-interest costs.

Rotork revenue rises; to benefit from Trump moves on shale, pipelines

Feb 27 2017

Valve-control systems maker Rotork Plc posted an 8 percent rise in full-year revenue and said it would benefit from U.S. President Donald Trump's move to encourage shale and pipeline activity and investment in infrastructure.

Rotork revenue rises; to benefit from Trump moves on shale, pipelines

Feb 27 2017

Feb 27 Valve-control systems maker Rotork Plc posted an 8 percent rise in full-year revenue and said it would benefit from U.S. President Donald Trump's move to encourage shale and pipeline activity and investment in infrastructure.

Royal Caribbean sets sail for strong 2017 with upbeat forecast

Jan 26 2017

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd forecast higher-than-expected adjusted earnings for 2017, helped by a strong start to bookings for Caribbean cruises, putting the No. 2 U.S. cruise operator on track to beat its own forecast of doubling profit from 2014.

CalPERS sues IAC over move to maintain Diller's voting power

Dec 12 2016

The California Public Employees' Retirement System said on Monday it had filed a lawsuit to block IAC/InterActiveCorp from issuing a new class of non-voting stock that it said was aimed at securing Barry Diller's control over the online media company at the expense of other shareholders.

Jeweler Tiffany posts first sales rise in eight quarters

Nov 29 2016

Tiffany & Co reported its first rise in sales in two years as more people shopped in its stores in Japan and China, and the upscale jeweler said sales in the United States declined at their slowest quarterly pace this year. | Video

Office Depot says contract wins to stem North America sales decline

Nov 02 2016

Office Depot Inc said it expects to slow the decline in sales to businesses in North America as it wins new contracts, signaling a pay off in its efforts to regroup after a failed attempt to merge with Staples Inc .

Lumber Liquidators loss widens amid settlement uncertainty

Oct 31 2016

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc reported a bigger quarterly loss, hurt by higher marketing expenses to woo back customers, and said it could not provide a timeline for potential settlements with regulators, or an outlook for its business.

Lumber Liquidators loss widens amid settlement uncertainty

Oct 31 2016

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss, hurt by higher marketing expenses to woo back customers, and said it could not provide a timeline for potential settlements with regulators, or an outlook for its business.

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