Waste Management Inc
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JD Diversifies into Parcel Delivery
JD.com (JD) has entered the parcel delivery market with a service that lets people in China use JD’s courier service to ship packages across several Chinese cities.
S&P 500’s Top Gainers: FLIR Systems Rose to Record Highs
FLIR Systems was the S&P 500’s top gainer on July 25. FLIR Systems opened higher on July 25 and rose to record high price levels.
What’s the Industrials Sector’s Dividend Yield?
The industrials sector has an average dividend yield of 1.7%.
Here’s What’s Driving Walmart’s Sam’s Club
Walmart’s (WMT) Sam’s Club reported better-than-expected comps growth in fiscal 1Q18 thanks to the company’s strategic efforts to drive traffic and strong e-commerce sales.
Why Is NextEra Energy Expected to Grow 15% in 2017?
Dominion Resources and NextEra Energy fell the least in the utilities sector on December 28. NextEra Energy is a leading clean energy company.
Covanta Holding is Holding Steady on Stock Price This Year
Covanta (CVA) has underperformed the broader market since the beginning of 2015. SPY has risen 3.4% through June 24, while CVA has remained steady, posting marginal 0.2% returns.
Covanta Holding’s Leverage: Is It Too Much to Handle?
As of December 31, 2014, Covanta Holding Corporation (CVA) had a total debt of $2.22 billion, marginally down from the previous year’s $2.23 billion.
Covanta Continued to Post Losses in Fiscal 2014
Covanta’s continuing operations, excluding the sold-off insurance business, swung to a loss, posting $2 million in net losses in fiscal 2014.
Why Is Covanta Holding’s Cost of Sales Rising?
Covanta Holding’s (CVA) revenues increased marginally in fiscal 2014, but cost of sales saw a substantial uptick that year. Operating expenses increased $130 million, or 9.2%.
Covanta Holding’s Revenues Rise for the First Time in 3 Years
After remaining stagnant for three years, Covanta’s (CVA) waste and services revenues increased by $24 million, or about 2.4%, to $1.032 billion in fiscal 2014.
Covanta Holding’s Peers: Who Are They?
Waste Management is the biggest US solid waste management company. It handles four times more waste than Covanta.
How Covanta Earns Revenues through Energy from Waste
Covanta Holding Corporation (CVA) generates its energy-from-waste (or EfW) revenues in three ways: tip fee, service fee (owned), and service fee (operated).
An Overview of Covanta Holding’s Business Model
Covanta Holding Corporation (CVA) generates revenues through waste collection and services, energy from waste, and metal recycling.
Energy from Waste: The Basics
Covanta Holding Corporation operates in a relatively small domain of energy from waste, also known as waste to energy, a cleaner way of waste disposal than landfilling.
What Happens to Waste? The Basics of Municipal Waste Management
In simple terms, municipal solid waste is trash or garbage discarded by households and commercial establishments.
Covanta Holding: A Brief Introduction
Covanta Holding (CVA) sits comfortably between renewable energy and power, enjoying a strong position in the energy-from-waste segment.
Blue Harbour Starts New Position in Clean Harbors
Blue Harbour started a new position in Clean Harbors (CLH) in 4Q14, buying 1,434,552 shares worth $68 million. It accounts for 2.21% of the fund’s total portfolio.
Maverick Capital Decreases Position in Allison Transmission
Allison Transmission and its subsidiaries design and manufacture commercial and defense fully automatic transmissions. In 4Q14, net sales grew 11% to $544 million.
ValueAct Capital Ups Its Stake in Allison Transmission Holding
Allison Transmission Holding and its subsidiaries design and manufacture commercial and defense fully automatic transmissions.
Relational lowers position in Clean Harbors
Founded in 1980 and based in Massachusetts, Clean Harbors is a provider of environmental, energy, and industrial services.