|Bid||80.50 x 20000|
|Ask||82.00 x 20000|
|Day's Range||81.00 - 82.00|
|52 Week Range||65.71 - 86.73|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.05|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Robert Brady wasn't looking to take a job in his hometown. But a chance meeting with Robert Bennett changed his life and had a major impact on business in Western New York.
A look at what's happening in local factories... Hiring binge Servotronics has been making its presence known in Western New York recently with a heavily-marketed hiring initiative. Company CEO Kenneth Trbovich used the company’s quarterly earnings statement to give some context to the recruitment drive. “We believe that our investment in technology complements our investment in our people as we continue to pursue our employee hiring initiative which is designed to match the growing demand for our products,” Trbovich said.
A look at what's happening in Western New York's factory scene... Donald Fishback looks back Donald Fishback joined Moog Inc. in 1981 after working as a certified public accountant for Deloitte. Fishback will be replaced by Jennifer Walter, a CPA and longtime Moog employee who is currently vice president of finance. During Fishback's time at Moog, company revenue grew from $155 million in sales to nearly $3 billion, a vast expansion that has made it one of the largest companies in Western New York.
Some of the biggest companies in Western New York issued quarterly earnings this week, offering a peak into their financial performance and expectations going forward.
Electric truck maker Workhorse Inc. (NASDAQ: WKHS) is selling its Surefly flying car project to aerospace and defense contractor Moog Inc. (NYSE: Moog.A) for $4 million and forming a joint venture with Moog to boost its truck-based drone delivery efforts. Workhorse had been trying to sell the Surefly vertical-lift copter assets to raise money to build its lightweight NGEN electric-powered step vans. Workhorse has about 1,100 pending orders for the step vans, the largest from United Parcel Service Inc.(UPS), according to CEO Duane Hughes.
On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had profit of $1.20. The aerospace contractor posted revenue of $718.8 million in the period. Moog expects full-year earnings to be $4.85 to $5.25 ...