51.62 -1.31 (-2.47%)
Pre-Market: 4:08AM EST
|Bid||50.60 x 100|
|Ask||51.24 x 300|
|Day's Range||51.63 - 53.59|
|52 Week Range||35.59 - 58.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.27|
|Earnings Date||Jan 16, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.80 (1.51%)|
|1y Target Est||58.48|
CSX Corp. hired the renowned railroad turnaround artist Hunter Harrison in March with much fanfare. Now, with Mr. Harrison’s death, that decision has backfired.
CSX Chief Executive Hunter Harrison died a day after the surprise announcement that he was placed on medical leave caused the railroad company to lose $4 billion in market value.
The death of CSX Corp. Chief Executive Officer E. Hunter Harrison just two days after the railroad announced his medical leave resurrects questions about just how much companies should disclose about the ...
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CSX Corp. (CSX) CEO Hunter Harrison has died. “It is with great sadness that we announce that E. Hunter Harrison, President and Chief Executive Officer of CSX, died today in Wellington, Fla., due to unexpectedly severe complications from a recent illness," a CSX statement reads. The 73-year-old railroad veteran took an unexpected medical leave Dec. 14 due to complications related to a recent illness.
CSX Corp. (CSX) stock nosedived Friday following news that President and CEO Hunter Harrison is on an unplanned medical leave . Since Harrison was installed as CEO in March, the company’s stock price has continued to float mainly above $50, compared to the $22-to-$37 range the stock hovered in throughout 2016. In Harrison's absence, CSX has turned to Chief Operating Officer James Foote, who joined the company in October .
E. Hunter Harrison, who turned around three railroad carriers during a five-decade career before being tapped by CSX Corp. to improve the company’s lackluster performance, has died days after taking medical ...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 16, 2017-- CSX Corporation, today issued the following statement:“ It is with great sadness that we announce that E. Hunter Harrison, President and Chief Executive Officer of CSX, ...
Railroad CSX paid a princely sum to snag an infirm new CEO this year, and now it faces service woes and has installed an interim chief.
CSX lost about $4 billion in market value after Chief Executive Hunter Harrison was placed on medical leave, a stark reversal for investors who had shrugged off concerns earlier this year about the health ...
Shares of CSX slid Friday after the railroad said CEO Hunter Harrison will take a medical leave "due to unexpected complications from a recent illness." Chief Operating Officer James Foote will ...
With customer complaints continuing to mount, the Surface Transportation Board is again demanding answers from CSX Corp. (CSX) and has summoned its acting CEO for an in-person meeting. In a Dec. 14 letter to CEO Hunter Harrison, who is on an unplanned medical leave , the federal regulator told the Jacksonville-based railroad that it has continued to receive complaints of poor service. "The Board continues to hear concerns related to CSX service challenges or inadequate service, particularly about unsatisfactory 'last mile' performance and lack of communication regarding changes to service before they occur," the letter reads.
Shares of CSX (CSX) are plunging, down about 8%, after the railroad company’s CEO is taking an unexpected leave of absence due to health issues. Costco (COST) shares are rallying after it beat earnings expectations. Hess (HES) is once again under pressure from activist hedge fund Elliott Management, which reportedly called for the removal of the CEO or a sale of part or all of the company.
In a press release, CSX Corporation announced that E. Hunter Harrison is taking a medical leave due to complications from a recent illness. Harrison is the CEO and President of the company. CSX Corporation is likely expecting Harrison to be gone for some time.
Shares of CSX Corp. are tumbling Friday, down 8% after CEO Hunter Harrison takes a leave of absence on health concerns.
Shares of the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company dropped after announcing that CEO Hunter Harrison has taken a medical leave of absence.
CSX President and CEO Hunter Harrison is on an unexpected medical leave due to complications from a recent illness. CSX Corp. (CSX) named Chief Operating Officer Jim Foote, who joined CSX in October , acting CEO. Foote was most recently president and CEO of Bright Rail Energy and worked with Harrison at Canadian National Railway where the two implemented precision scheduled railroading, Harrison's flagship operating plan.
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