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BRIEF-Continental Materials Q1 loss per share $0.25
Continental Materials Corp(CUO): * Continental Materials Corporation(CUO) reports unaudited first quarter results. * Q1 loss per share $0.25. * Q1 sales fell 0.4 percent to $34.1 million Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
New York judge halts request in Avianca Airlines shareholder spat
May 9 (Reuters) - A judge has frozen an information request
by Avianca Airlines' No. 2 shareholder, partially
derailing its move to stop negotiations by top shareholder
Synergy Group with United Continental Holdings Inc.
North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch failed: report
North Korea fired another ballistic missile early Saturday local time that appears to have failed, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported citing the Republic of Korea Joint Chiefs of Staff. The missile test comes amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula with North Korea pursuing the development of intercontinental ballistic missile that could potentially reach the U.S. President Donald Trump has also taken a hard stance, promising stern action if the North Korean regime continues to threaten global peace with its nuclear weapons program. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Mexican Coke bottler Arca plans 43 pct investment hike in 2017
MEXICO CITY, April 27 (Reuters) - Mexican Coke bottler Arca
Continental plans to ramp up its capital expenditures by
43 percent, to 10 billion pesos ($525.6 million), this year as
it starts a new U.S. venture, the company said Thursday.
BRIEF-United Airlines reaches "amicable resolution" with Dr. Dao
* United continental holdings says "united and dr. Dao have
reached an amicable resolution of unfortunate incident that
occurred aboard flight 3411"
Passenger dragged off United flight agrees settlement with airline: Attorneys
The 69-year old passenger who was dragged off a United Airlines flight bloodied and disheveled on April 9 has agreed a settlement with the airline, according to his attorneys. Dr David Dao, whose experience became part of a viral video after passengers filmed him being dragged away by police officers, has reached "an amicable settlement," attorneys Thomas Demetrio of Corboy & Demetrio and Stephen Golan of Golan Christie Taglia said in a statement. The terms of the settlement are to remain confidential, they said. "(United CEO Oscar) Munoz said he was going to do the right thing, and he has," said Demetrio. Earlier Thursday, United announced "10 substantial changes to how it flies, serves and respects its customers," saying the shifts come after a scrutiny of its policies in the wake of the incident. These include offering up to $10,000 to passengers who volunteer to give up their seats when a plane is too full. Shares of United parent United Continental Holdings Inc. were down 1.1% and are down 3% in 2017, while the S&P 500 has gained 6%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
London banks set to decide within weeks on Brexit moves
FRANKFURT/LONDON, April 27 (Reuters) - As Britain prepares
to negotiate its EU departure, a number of banks are likely to
decide within two months where to set up new continental bases
to make sure they can keep serving clients in the bloc after
United CEO Munoz won't become board chairman as planned
United Continental Holdings said Friday CEO Oscar Munoz will no longer be promoted to board chairman
United CEO Munoz will not chair board in 2018 following passenger removal
NEW YORK (Reuters) - United Continental Holdings Inc said on Friday Chief Executive Oscar Munoz will not become chairman in 2018, under an amendment to his employment agreement approved after an uproar over the treatment of a passenger.
UPDATE 1-United CEO Munoz will not chair board in 2018 following passenger removal
NEW YORK, April 21 (Reuters) - United Continental Holdings
Inc said on Friday Chief Executive Oscar Munoz will not
become chairman in 2018, under an amendment to his employment
agreement approved after an uproar over the treatment of a
United CEO Munoz no longer heir apparent to airline's chairman position
Oscar Munoz, the chief executive of United Continental Holdings Inc. , will no longer be the default choice for the airline's next chairman, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing late Friday. Munoz initiated changes to his employment agreement that would have him as the company's chairman, "leaving future determinations related to the Chairman position to the discretion of the Board," United said. The move follows Munoz's handling of a public-relations crisis earlier in the month when a passenger was forcibly removed from an overbooked flight. United shares declined 0.1% to $69.47 after hours.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
CORRECTED-ConocoPhillips says keen to tap proposed trans-Australia gas pipe
DARWIN, Australia, April 20 (Reuters) - ConocoPhillips
will consider diverting natural gas from fields in
northern Australia along a proposed transcontinental pipeline
that would link directly to markets in the southeast, a senior
executive told Reuters on Thursday.
UPDATE: United Airlines to testify at House Transportation hearing on consumer issues
United Airlines , which made news last week after police forcibly removed a passenger from one of its overbooked flights, said it is planning to testify at a U.S. House Transportation Committee hearing on consumer issues in the commercial airline industry. "Flight 3411 has prompted a lot of discussion, and we share many of the concerns being raised," the company said in emailed comments. "We look forward to meeting with the committee and sharing with them the comprehensive review and the customer-focused actions we will communicate." Regarding to the April 9 incident in which Dr. David Dao was dragged from the United aircraft after refusing to give up his seat to crew members on an overbooked flight, Dao's lawyer said the 69-year-old suffered a broken nose, concussion and other injuries. Shares of parent company United Continental Holdings Inc. have fallen more than 3% since April 9 and are down nearly 5% in the year to date. By comparison, the S&P 500 index is up more than 4%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
UK Stocks-Factors to watch on April 20
April 20 (Reuters) - Britain's blue chip FTSE 100 index is seen
opening down 0.16 percent at 7103 points on Thursday, according to financial
* IHG: Global hotel chain InterContinental Hotels Group Plc said
1,200 of its franchised hotels in the United States, including Holiday Inn and
Crowne Plaza, were victims of a three-month cyber attack that sought to steal
customer payment card data.
* RIO TINTO: Global miner Rio Tinto, on Thursday said
first-quarter iron prod
Cyber Attack Hits 1,200 InterContinental Hotels in United States
Global hotel chain InterContinental Hotels Group Plc said 1,200 of its franchised hotels in the United States, including Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza, were victims of a three-month cyber attack that sought to steal customer payment card data.
UPDATE 1-Cyber attack hits 1,200 InterContinental hotels in United States
TORONTO, April 19 (Reuters) - Global hotel chain
InterContinental Hotels Group Plc said 1,200 of its
franchised hotels in the United States, including Holiday Inn
and Crowne Plaza, were victims of a three-month cyber attack
that sought to steal customer payment card data.
United Continental shares slump after results, pacing a decline in the Dow transports
United Continental Holdings Inc.' s stock slumped 4% in afternoon trade, enough to make it the biggest decliner on the Dow Jones Transportation Average, after the air carrier reported. The United Airlines' parent's stock-price decline of $2.86 shaved about 16 points off the Dow transports, which were down 0.35%. Chief Financial Officer Andrew Levy said in the post-earnings-report conference call with analysts Tuesday that the carrier's corporate customers have expressed...
United Airlines' stock slump after results paces Dow transports decliners
United Continental Holdings Inc.'s stock slumped 4% in afternoon trade, enough to make them the biggest decliner Dow Jones Transportation Average , after the air carrier reported first-quarter results. The United Airlines' parent's stock price decline of $2.86 shaved about 16 points off the Dow transports, which was down 35%. Chief Financial Officer Andrew Levy said in the post-earnings conference call with analysts on Tuesday that the carrier's corporate accounts have expressed concern over last week's events, in which a passenger was dragged forcibly off a plane to make room for traveling employees. "They want us to fix this. They want us to do the right thing," Levy said, according to a transcript of the call provided by FactSet. He said the concerns have been managed well and the corporate accounts are largely supportive. Chief Executive Oscar Munoz said the carrier was involving its frontline employees and some customers to help take a more "common sense" approach to how things are done. He plans to communicate on April 30 the results of the review and actions it plans to take in response to last week's event. The stock has shed 6.8% year to date, while the NYSE Arca Airline Index has eased 0.1%, Dow transports have slipped 1% and the S&P 500 has gained 4.7%Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
United earnings match forecasts, apologizes again for dragging incident
NEW YORK (Reuters) - United Continental Holdings Inc on Monday released first-quarter earnings that matched analysts' expectations on several key measures, and again apologized for the forceful removal of a passenger from a flight last week.
United CEO again apologizes for dragging incident in earnings release
NEW YORK (Reuters) - United Continental Holdings Inc on Monday released first-quarter earnings that matched analysts' expectations on several key measures, in the wake of last week's public relations meltdown.
United shares higher after earnings beat; CEO calls Flight 3411 incident 'humbling'
Shares of United Airlines' parent company United Continental Holdings Inc. rose 0.7% late Monday after the company reported first-quarter per-share adjusted earnings above expectations and quarterly sales in line with forecast. United said it earned $96 million, or 31 cents a share, in the quarter, compared with $313 million, or 88 cents a share, in the year-ago quarter. Adjusted for one-time items, United earned $129 million, or 41 cents a share, in the quarter, compared with $1.23 a share a year ago. Revenue reached $8.4 billion, up 2.7% from the year-ago quarter. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected adjusted earnings of 38 cents a share on sales of $8.38 billion for the quarter. United Airlines has been mired in public-relations fiasco after videos of a passenger on one of its flights being forcibly removed from a plane went viral. "The incident that took place aboard Flight 3411 has been a humbling experience, and I take full responsibility," CEO Oscar Munoz said in the statement. "This will prove to be a watershed moment for our company, and we are more determined than ever to put our customers at the center of everything we do." Shares of United ended the regular trading day up 2.4%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Stock market halts 3-session skid with largest gain since March 1
U.S. stocks rebounded on Monday, notching their largest gains since March 1, as financial shares led markets higher while investors monitored corporate earnings and the latest developments between the U.S. and its geopolitical adversaries. The S&P 500 index climbed 20.06 points, or 0.9%, to 2,349.01, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 183.67 points, or 0.9%, to 20,636.92. The Nasdaq Composite Index gained 51.64 points, or 0.9%, to 5,856.79. Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. [S: UAL] and Netflix Inc. rose as both firms prepared to report quarterly earnings after the bell. United shares tumbled last week as the company took heat after video surfaced of a customer being violently dragged off a plane. The company is now facing a lawsuit filed by the passenger. Shares of MoneyGram International Inc. climbed after Alibaba Group Holding Ltd controlled Ant Financial Services lifted its bid for the U.S. money-transfer unit. Bank of America Inc. shares will be in focus as the company prepares to report quarterly earnings on Tuesday before the bell. In other markets, gold futures settled higher on Monday for a fourth straight session. One ounce of gold for June delivery rose $3.40, or 0.3%, to $1,291.90.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
United Airlines ejection more harrowing than fleeing Vietnam, says attorney for David Dao
An attorney for Dr. David Dao, the United Airlines passenger forcibly removed from his flight on a Sunday, said the incident is "probably" going to result in a lawsuit against the air carrier. Dao's attorney from Chicago law firm of Corboy & Demetrio at a Thursday news conference said Dao had a bad concussion, lost two front teeth and suffered a broken nose and injuries to his sinuses, for which he will undergo reconstructive surgery, related to the incident. The attorney, Thomas Demetrio, said his 69-year-old client's experience, a native of Vietnam, was "more harrowing" than fleeing Vietnam. "So, will there be a lawsuit? yeah probably" against United Continental Holdings Inc. . The attorney also said the city of Chicago might be liable for the incident, which was videoed by two passengers and went viral. United CEO Oscar Munoz issued a series of apologies, most recently on Tuesday: "I want you to know that we take full responsibility and we will work to make it right." United's shares were little changed, off less than 0.1% after the news conference. Comparatively the S&P 500 index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average , were both trading flat in a holiday-shortened week. United's stock has shed about $500 million in market cap since the incident emerged on Monday, resulting in a wave of public backlash.
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United Airlines hasn't seen ticket sales suffer from passenger-dragging incident yet, analyst says
Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. slipped in morning trade Thursday, but outperformed the broader airline sector, as there is still no evidence that the viral video of the passenger being dragged off a plane has hurt United Airlines' business. Cascend Securities Chief Strategist Eric Ross said that while there was a substantial increase in interest in United ticket sales from a "spectator" perspective, he has not yet seen an impact on sales after the incident compared with other airlines. "Our data isn't conclusive yet as to whether sales have declined, or whether this is just a PR nightmare on a very bad flight crew decision," Ross wrote in an emailed note to MarketWatch. "We do expect to see a purchase decline of some level for [United] tickets but the data doesn't imply how bad it could or could not actually be." The stock was up less than 0.1% in morning trade, while shares of Delta Air Lines Inc. slumped 2.3%, of American Airlines Group Inc. dropped 0.7%, of Southwest Airlines Co. slid 1.4% and of JetBlue Airways Corp. shed 1.9%. United's stock has lost 1.4% this week in the aftermath of the incident over the weekend, while the NYSE Arca Airline Index has gained 0.6%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
United Airlines to reimburse tickets for passengers on flight 3411: report
United Continental Holdings, parent of United Airlines will reimburse passengers who were on flight 3411 Sunday, where a man was dragged off the plane, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The reimbursement will cover the cost of the ticket. The move comes after a viral video surfaced showing a man being dragged off the plane by law enforcement after he refused to give up his seat on the overbooked flight. Shares of United Continental were down 1% Wednesday afternoon. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
United Continental's stock rallies premarket, set to erase all losses in wake of passenger being dragged off plane
Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL) climbed 1.1% in premarket trade Wednesday, putting them on course to post a gain despite the public-relations backlash after a passenger was dragged off the plane over the weekend. The stock was changing hands at $71.50 ahead of the open, and was on track to open with a 0.9% gain on the week. The stock was suffering a week-to-date decline of as much as 3.6% at Tuesday's intraday low of $68.36, but then pared losses sharply after Chief...
U.S. airlines bumping fewer passengers, compensation varies
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. airlines are bumping passengers off flights at the lowest rate since 1995, a Reuters analysis of federal data showed on Tuesday, even as United Continental Holdings has kicked up a storm over the practice.
U.S. stocks finish slightly lower as geopolitical tensions escalate
U.S. stocks finished lower on Tuesday as rising geopolitical tensions lured investors out of risky assets like stocks and into the perceived safety of Treasurys, gold and the Japanese yen. The S&P 500 index shed 3.38 points, or 0.1%, to 2,353.78. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 6.58 points, or less than 0.1%, to 20,651.44. The Nasdaq Composite Index retreated 14.15 points, or 0.2%, to 5,866.77. Among individual stocks, shares of United Continental Holdings Inc. was one of the biggest losers on the S&P 500 after the company was criticized for forcibly removing a passenger from a plane. Apple Inc. shares fell after the company lost its top position in Laptop Magazine's best brand ranking for this year. Shares of RetailMeNot Inc. soared after the coupon website agreed to be acquired by Harland Clarke Holdings Corp. In other markets, the dollar sunk to its weakest level against the yen in five months, with one dollar buying 109.74 yen late Tuesday in New York, compared with 110.94 yen late Monday. Stock-market volatility climbed to its highest levels of the year as investors focused on geopolitical tensions surrounding Syria, Russia and North Korea, as well as concerns about the first round of France's presidential election later this month.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
United Airlines CEO apologizes about passenger dragged off airplane: 'It's never too late to do the right thing'
United Airlines Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz apologized Tuesday afternoon for the airline's Sunday treatment of a passenger who was forcibly dragged off an overbooked United airplane by law enforcement. The incident was videotaped by another passenger and spread quickly, prompting outrage but, until Tuesday afternoon, no apology from the airline. "No one should ever be mistreated this way," Munoz said in a statement. "I want you to know that we take full responsibility and we will work to make it right. It's never too late to do the right thing." Munoz said United plans to review its policies for overbooked flights and its partnerships with law enforcement, and that the results would be shared by the end of the month. Munoz's initial statement after the incident was widely mocked for its use of "re-accommodate" to describe the passenger being brutally forced off the airplane. United Continental Holdings Inc. shares were down 1.5% Tuesday afternoon in heavy volume. Shares have dropped 6.1% over the last three months, compared with a 3.2% rise in the S&P 500 . Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
United shares fall after backlash over dragged passenger
(Reuters) - United Continental Holdings Inc shares fell nearly 4 percent on Tuesday after a worldwide backlash erupted against the carrier over a passenger who was dragged off one of its U.S. flights.
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