Could Macy's New CEO Give Investors Hope in 2017?
Drop in earnings Macy’s (M) weak sales have caused its adjusted earnings to fall for two consecutive fiscal years. Excluding the impact of one-time items such as asset impairment and…
Weak sales Macy’s (M) same-store sales have fallen for eight consecutive quarters. Same-store sales growth is a key performance metric for retailers. It measures the change in sales of a…
Focus on digital channel Department stores are facing huge competition from online retailers such as Amazon (AMZN), which are eating away at their market share. Macy’s (M) and its department…
Macy’s has seen some tough times over the last seven fiscal years, with sales declining. In this series, we’ll discuss the company’s efforts to improve its sales, online channel, and earnings.
Duke Energy (DUK) seems to have a marginal edge over Southern Company (SO) due to its relatively stable earnings growth prospects.
Sprint’s management expects to see 5G mobility deployments within the next five years.
In an effort to expand its operating margins and reduce costs, NetApp has embarked on a comprehensive initiative to trim its cost base by $400 million by the end of fiscal 2017.
NetApp (NTAP) has stated that capital allocation is one of its top priorities.
In 2013, US-based (SPY) NetApp (NTAP) introduced Clustered Data ONTAP, its scale-out storage solution.
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Storage company NetApp (NTAP) has stated that flash plays a key role in customers’ IT transformations.
SolidFire has created several growth avenues for NetApp (NTAP).
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Storage and data management giant NetApp (NTAP) has aligned its strategic solutions to meet the IT demands of its enterprise users.
According to Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), steam crackers are the foundation of the petrochemicals industry.
In addition to LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) exports, Enterprise Products Partners’ (EPD) NGL exports have grown significantly over the last few years.
The US is the largest exporter of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) in the world. Enterprise Products Partners loaded 49% of the total US LPG exports in 2016.
Enterprise Products Partners’ assets are connected to major US shale basins, every ethylene cracker in the US, and ~90% of refineries east of the Rockies.
Micron (MU) is developing QLC, which would have four bits per cell and would be built on CMOS Under the Array architecture.
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