|Bid||40.00 x 1100|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||44.33 - 44.90|
|52 Week Range||42.87 - 62.02|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.41|
|Earnings Date||Oct 31, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||52.13|
Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith on the stocks making headlines in midday trading Wednesday.
Sep.19 -- Mike Jackson, chairman at AutoNation, discusses the potential impact of Nafta negotiations and tariffs on the auto industry as he considers a new trade agreement without Canada "unthinkable." He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
Let's check out the Yahoo Finance charts of the day. Abbvie (ABBV): Shares are down in early trade, at around .67%. Abbvie is being sued by an insurance regulator in California for allegedly giving kickbacks to health-care providers for prescribing Humira, an arthritis drug. AutoNation (AN): Shares up here, at around 2.5%. The company's CEO, Mike Jackson, will step down from his role in 2019 to become the company's executive chairman. AutoNation is searching to find its next chief executive. E-Trade (ETFC): Shares up here, around 2.7%. The online broker's stock was upgraded to "buy" from "hold", citing an attractive valuation as well as the company's scale and revenue diversity at a time when competition in the space heats up. For more on today's big stock movers check out the Final Round, live at 3:30 p.m. ET, right here on Yahoo Finance.
AutoNation outgoing CEO Mike Jackson and Paul Ingrassia of The Revs Institute discuss Jackson's legacy, shifts in the auto industry and what's next for the company.
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss Tesla, the state of the auto industry and his transition to executive chairman.
AutoNation Inc. (AN) is the largest automotive dealer in the United States, with new vehicle sales accounting for close to 60% of its $21 billion in revenue. The current CEO, Mike Jackson, will step down next year but stay on as executive chairman. Investors have made good money with AutoNation under Jackson.
AutoNation Inc. Chief Executive Mike Jackson, who stood out in the tight-lipped auto industry for his outspoken personality and willingness to challenge auto makers publicly, will step down in 2019 after leading the U.S.’s largest dealership chain for nearly two decades. Mr. Jackson, 69 years old, will stay on as executive chairman, and AutoNation’s board will conduct a search for a new CEO. A New Jersey native who got his start fixing cars at a Mercedes dealership, Mr. Jackson is known in the industry for his bluntness.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: AutoNation Inc., up 82 cents to $43.91 CEO Mike Jackson is departing after almost two decades leading the nation's largest auto dealership ...
The Nasdaq was the lone major U.S. index to fall in trading Wednesday as markets react to the burgeoning trade spat between the U.S. and China. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq fell 0.08%, or 6 points to 7,950. CEO Elon Musk has repeatedly claimed that the company will not need to raise more capital this year, but analysts at Morgan Stanley are not convinced, according to an analyst note published Wednesday.
Just because Jackson is leaving behind the role of AutoNation (NYSE:AN) Chairman, CEO and President doesn’t mean he will be leaving the company behind. Instead, the AutoNation CEO will be switching to the Executive Chairman position. There’s no rush for the AutoNation CEO to step down immediately.
Mike Jackson, chairman at AutoNation, discusses the potential impact of Nafta negotiations and tariffs on the auto industry as he considers a new trade agreement without Canada "unthinkable." ...
AutoNation's Mike Jackson says Tesla may not be around to see electric cars become a real force in the industry.
Mike Jackson is stepping down after almost two decades leading AutoNation, the largest dealership chain in the U.S. Jackson, 69, steered AutoNation through the economic crisis and shares have increased fourfold since he took over in 1999, though he will relinquish his role as CEO next year with auto sales waning across the industry. Under his leadership, the chain continued to acquire dealers, and in 2013 it scrapped the local names and rebranded most of them as AutoNation.
Mike Jackson isn't going to "beat it," just yet. announced on Wednesday, Sept. 19, that Chief Executive Officer Mike Jackson will step down from the role next year but will remain on the board of directors. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida-based AutoNation extended his contract to remain in that role through 2021.
AutoNation Inc's longtime Chief Executive Officer Mike Jackson will step down from the role next year but remain executive chairman until 2021, the largest U.S. auto retail chain said on Wednesday. AutoNation's ...
Jackson has a contract to remain as executive chairman until 2021, the company said in a statement. The auto retailer's board has hired executive search firm Spencer Stuart, and will consider internal and external candidates, the company said. Jackson, who is 69, had been running the U.S. sales arm of luxury vehicle brand Mercedes-Benz before he took over as AutoNation's CEO in 1999.
AutoNation Inc. has tapped executive search firm Spencer Stuart to find the next CEO of America's largest automotive retailer. The Fort Lauderdale-based company (NYSE: AN) will consider both internal and external candidates to succeed Mike Jackson, who has led AutoNation since 1999. AutoNation on Wednesday also announced the extension of Jackson's contract as executive chairman through 2021.
AutoNation Inc said on Wednesday it will begin a search for a new chief executive as longtime CEO Mike Jackson plans to move to an executive chairman role at the largest U.S. auto retail chain next year. Jackson has a contract to remain as executive chairman until 2021, the company said in a statement. The auto retailer's board has hired executive search firm Spencer Stuart, and will consider internal and external candidates, the company said.
AutoNation Inc. said Chief Executive Mike Jackson will step down from the role in 2019, after about 20 years in the role, as he transitions to an executive chairman role. He will be the automotive retailer's executive chairman through 2021. Jackson has been CEO since September 1999 and chairman since 2003. The company has retained Spencer Stuart to find a successor among internal and external candidates. "The company is ready for its next chapter with a strong foundation, a coast to coast brand, a comprehensive brand extension strategy, and a transformational digital consumer car buying experience," Jackson said. The stock, which was still inactive in premarket trade, has lost 16% year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 8.6%.
AutoNation Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mike Jackson, who rose from a mechanic at a Mercedes-Benz dealership to lead the top automotive retailer in the U.S., plans to transition to executive chairman next year after leading the company for nearly two decades. Jackson, 69, will remain with AutoNation through 2021, and search firm Spencer Stuart will hunt both within and outside the company for his replacement as president and CEO, according to a statement. An outspoken advocate for the auto industry, Jackson has previously expressed a reluctance to retire, once saying he emulated the longevity of mogul Roger Penske, who’s still running his car retailing, trucking and racing empire at age 81.
- Jackson expected to transition from Chairman, CEO and President to Executive Chairman in 2019 - AutoNation extends Mike Jackson's contract through 2021 as Executive Chairman - AutoNation Board of Directors ...