|Bid||19.86 x 300|
|Ask||20.05 x 200|
|Day's Range||19.66 - 19.93|
|52 Week Range||18.05 - 24.13|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.72|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||23.87|
For all the pomp and ceremony of Embraer's E2 launch, sales of the second-generation E-Jet are still lagging behind expectations. A successful pitch to another major US carrier would transform the outlook.
JetBlue (JBLU) is expected to perform well on the unit revenue front in Q1. However, high costs are likely to limit bottom-line growth.
The dismal situation pertaining to the sale of used vehicles as well as high capital expenses are likely to hamper Ryder's (R) Q1.
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GATX's lower marine operating revenues negatively impact its first-quarter results. Also, a weak railcar leasing market hurts the company's performance.
After winning a union election for JetBlue's 5,000 flight attendants, the Transport Workers Union wants to organize the carrier's mechanics and passenger service agents.
Alaska Air Group won over Virgin America employees and customers while moving fast to integrate the two airlines.
In dealing with its 'race' crisis, Starbucks management can learn from JetBlue's 2007 public relations disaster, called the Valentine's Day Massacre, which the airline turned around by apologizing early ...
American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) has turned heads over the past two years as the company came back from crushing lows in 2016. The credit card firm lost two of its major partnership deals that year, which halved AXP stock’s value and left many wondering if the firm was on its way out. Just this morning, American Express stock is back over $100 per share and trading at all-time highs — proof that management’s turnaround efforts have been successful.
Stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday as investors begin to reap some rewards from the start of first quarter earnings season. First-quarter earnings season has already helped some stocks kick back into high gear, including streaming giant Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX).
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings, Allegiant Travel, Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways
Shares of United (UAL) surged nearly 5% on Wednesday, one day after the airline giant posted strong first quarter earnings results. Meanwhile, fellow U.S. airline companies also saw their stock prices climb, which might signal that investors are confident about the whole industry as first quarter earnings season really starts to take off.
Although United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) earnings weren’t hurt by another public relations debacle, United stock just isn’t a safe bet. United Airlines stock enjoyed increased profits after the company cut its cost of revenue by $6 billion in 2015.
Spirit Airlines Incorporated (NYSE:SAVE) continues to make waves in the airline industry. Although employee issues and complaints of poor service plague the airline’s image, Spirit stock continues to impress investors. As profits grow and service expands, Spirit continues to enjoy the highest profit growth in the industry.
Flight attendants for New York-based carrier JetBlue Airways Corp. have voted to join the Transport Workers Union of America, according to results released Tuesday by the National Mediation Board. The vote, 2,661 to 1,387, affects roughly 5,000 JetBlue flight attendants. The airline?s pilots voted to join the Air Line Pilots Association in April 2014.
Flight attendants for New York-based carrier JetBlue Airways have voted to join the Transport Workers Union of America.
JetBlue today issued the following statement in response to the unionization vote among JetBlue’s 5,000 inflight crewmembers in which the crewmembers who voted elect
JetBlue Airways Corp. flight attendants voted to join the Transport Workers Union, becoming only the second employee group represented by organized labor at the New York-based carrier.
The Transport Workers Union has won a unionization election for JetBlue flight attendants as it garnered support from two thirds of the voters. JetBlue has about 5,000 flight attendants. "This historic victory is yet another example of the tide turning in America as workers continue to lock arms and fight back to defend their livelihoods," said TWU President John Samuelsen in a prepared statement.
JetBlue today announced it is again growing in South Florida and in the Caribbean with the start of nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Grand Cayman .