Aflac Incorporated (AFL)

NYSE - NYSE Real Time Price. Currency in USD
72.75-0.24 (-0.33%)
At close: 4:02 PM EDT
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Prev Close72.99
Bid72.63 x 200
Ask72.84 x 100
Day's Range72.42 - 73.58
52wk Range54.57 - 74.14
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap29.8B
P/E Ratio (ttm)11.96
Avg Vol (3m)1,877,634
Dividend & Yield1.64 (2.25%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • PR Newswire3 days ago

    Aflac Directors Named Most Influential Black Corporate Directors

    COLUMBUS, Ga., Aug. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Aflac, the leading provider of voluntary insurance at the worksite in the United States, announced today that two members of the company's board of directors were honored by Savoy Magazine, having been named to the magazine's list of Most Influential Black Corporate Directors. "We are proud and pleased that Mel and Ben are being recognized as being among the elite directors in corporate America," Aflac Chairman and CEO Dan Amos said. "Their experience and integrity have been invaluable to the success of Aflac as a profitable, ethical and diverse company.

  • American City Business Journals5 days ago

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    As a veteran small-business owner, you have the opportunity to impart words of wisdom upon your younger, less-experienced employees, advice that can help make them better people. Via their smartphones and laptops, millennials are so inundated with content they often lose sight of context, small-business expert Jim Blasingame says. Blasingame, who hosts the Small Business Advocate radio show and has authored three books, recommends entrepreneurs teach their millennial workers the importance of context and how their work contributes to the company’s larger objective.

  • TheStreet.com18 days ago

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