35.82 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 5:20PM EDT
|Bid||34.22 x 1800|
|Ask||39.67 x 800|
|Day's Range||35.75 - 36.37|
|52 Week Range||25.49 - 43.70|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.26|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.22|
|Earnings Date||Aug 6, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.44 (1.22%)|
|1y Target Est||35.73|
Aramark (ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, was named one of the “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion,” for the third year in a row, by the 2019 Disability Equality Index (DEI), with a top-score of 100%. The DEI is a joint initiative of Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), and is acknowledged as the most comprehensive disability inclusion assessment tool designed and embraced by both business leaders and disability advocates. First launched in 2015, the DEI gives businesses the tools needed to analyze their environment, identify opportunities for improvement and utilize their disability inclusion strategy as a competitive advantage.
With the dog days of summer upon us, Aramark , the award winning food and hospitality partner of nine Major League Baseball teams, is celebrating National Hot Dog Day, July 17, 2019, with a decadent selection of a dozen loaded hot dogs, sausages and vegan dogs at the ballparks it serves.
Aramark (ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, announced today that it will provide the opportunity for eligible hourly associates in the U.S. to receive full tuition coverage for college degrees, through InStride, the first global learning services enterprise designed specifically to connect prominent employers to leading universities, including Arizona State University. The Aramark Frontline Education Program is part of a $90 million investment the company made in its employees earlier this year that also includes targeted wage and benefit increases, as well as additional training and development. “Our mission to Enrich and Nourish Lives means we have a responsibility to help our employees achieve their full potential and lead fulfilling lives,” said Eric J. Foss, Aramark’s Chairman, President and CEO.
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At loggerheads over a new contract, 300 food and beverage employees who work the conventions and meetings venue may walk off the job.
New survey from the American Heart Association and Aramark highlights employed Americans' desire to eat more healthfully and reveals impact of workplace environment on nutrition choices. DALLAS, June 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- More than half (56%) of employed Americans who typically eat lunch during work hours struggle to eat a healthy lunch at work, and more than three quarters (77%) say they're more likely to make healthier decisions at other times of the day if they eat healthy at lunch, according to a new survey from the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, and Aramark, the largest U.S. based food service company. The survey was conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of the American Heart Association and Aramark as part of their joint initiative, Healthy for Life® 20 By 20, among 907 employed U.S. adults aged 18 or older who say they typically eat lunch during work hours.
More than half (56%) of employed Americans who typically eat lunch during work hours struggle to eat a healthy lunch at work, and more than three quarters (77%) say they’re more likely to make healthier decisions at other times of the day if they eat healthy at lunch, according to a new survey from the American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, and Aramark, the largest U.S. based food service company. The survey was conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of the American Heart Association and Aramark as part of their joint initiative, Healthy for Life® 20 By 20, among 907 employed U.S. adults aged 18 or older who say they typically eat lunch during work hours. “Understanding what employees are eating for lunch on a typical workday and what factors influence their choices helps us develop strategies to improve dietary intake with multi-level approaches through food systems, communities and individuals,” said Anne Thorndike, MD, MPH, vice chair of the American Heart Association’s Nutrition Committee and associate professor at Harvard Medical School.
Aramark (ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, has named Natily Santos, Director, Supplier Diversity, as the company’s 2019 Service Star Volunteer of the Year, in recognition of her commitment to volunteer service and leadership in her community. “We are so proud to recognize Natily as Aramark’s Volunteer of the Year,” said Eric Foss, Chairman, President and CEO of Aramark. A first generation American, Santos was born and raised in New York and was taught at an early age, to reach for the stars.
With the official start of summer on Friday, June 21, Aramark (ARMK), the largest U.S. based food services provider, is inspiring people to make healthier meal choices part of their summer, by sharing simple tips and techniques to make menus sizzle with plant-forward power. Motivated by its mission to enrich and nourish lives, Aramark launched a major plant-forward initiative last year, to boost nutrition across its menus in colleges and universities, hospital cafés and workplace locations. The abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables during the summer makes it even easier to incorporate more plant-forward foods into grilling menus,” said Jason Lewis, Culinary Development Chef at Aramark.
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Aramark has made paying for food and beverages faster and more efficient at Major League Baseball stadiums, so fans don't have to wait in long lines or miss a big chunk of the game. Philadelphia-based Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) added self-service checkout kiosks to all MLB stadiums, including Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. When users are ready to check out, they place their items — which may not have barcodes — on the kiosk unit, which scans multiple items at once for a faster payment process.
Aramark (ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, has expanded its use of artificial intelligence (AI) in Major League Baseball stadiums where the company operates, through a partnership with Mashgin, a Palo-Alto, CA-based technology company, which creates express self-checkout kiosks that use computer vision to scan multiple items without barcodes at once, reducing the time consumers spend waiting in retail checkout lines. With Aramark’s commitment to engage fans and innovate their food and beverage experience with state-of-the-art technology, the company has deployed Mashgin units across its ballpark portfolio, as part of a new Walk Thru Bru grab-and-go beverage market concept.
A conference center that's part of Washington University's Olin Business School is switching food service providers, a move that could result in up to 95 layoffs. As of July 1, the school's Charles F. Knight Executive Education and Conference Center will switch from Aramark to the Compass Group's FLIK Hospitality Group. Aramark told the state it will layoff the 95 employees, though it's possible some will be rehired by the new service provider.
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Aramark (ARMK:NYSE), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, has been named a Winning ‘W’ Company by 2020 Women on Boards for achieving at least 20% women on its corporate board before the year 2020. Winning ‘W’ Companies are cited in the 2020 Women on Boards (2020WOB) annual Gender Diversity Index which tracks the numbers of corporate board seats held by women among the Russell 3000 Index. As of 2018, the percentage of board seats held by women rose to 17.7%, up from 16.0% in 2017.
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Investment firm Mantle Ridge is reportedly making moves to potentially buy Philadelphia-based Aramark.
Mantle Ridge, which was founded by former Pershing Square Capital Management LP partner Paul Hilal, would be attempting one of the biggest leveraged buyouts since the financial crisis if it goes ahead with an offer. Aramark has market value of a about $8 billion and a debt pile of more than $7 billion. Mantle Ridge plans to push Aramark to explore a sale, and has also held preliminary talks with banks about raising debt financing for the bid, the sources said.