|Bid||125.65 x 900|
|Ask||125.75 x 1400|
|Day's Range||125.13 - 126.34|
|52 Week Range||86.51 - 137.66|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||46.63|
|Earnings Date||Jul 18, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.40 (1.95%)|
|1y Target Est||122.71|
CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks with Polaris Industries CEO and Chairman Scott Wine about the Polaris acquisition of the pontoon boat manufacturer Boat Holdings.
Polaris Industries Inc.'s Indian Motorcycle division will launch an all-new street bike next year, based on a custom racing model that's found success on the flat-track circuit. Medina, Minn.-based Polaris (NYSE: PII) this week announced its plans for the FTR 1200, which will debut in 2019 and it's inspired by the company's history in flat track racing. It will have a flat track-racer style with a trellis frame and a V-twin engine. The smaller, lighter bike is different from the larger, heavier ones that consumers have come to expect from Indian Motorcycle and Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Inc. Cnet's Road Show reports that the FTR 1200 concept prototype is much lighter than the Indian's Scout model, for example — though Indian officials pointed out in the release they didn't want a "regurgitation" of the FTR 1200 concept.
Polaris Industries Inc. (PII) today officially announced plans to build a new distribution facility in Fernley, Nevada, aimed at providing additional distribution capacity, improving delivery speed and customer service, and optimizing operations. Located 30 miles east of Reno, Nevada, the 475,000 square-foot multi-brand distribution center will support Polaris’ growing Aftermarket, Parts, Garments, & Accessories (Aftermarket, PG&A) businesses. Polaris selected Fernley due to its strategic location, skilled workforce and strong local and state support for economic development.
Indian Motorcycle has put months of public speculation to rest. Today, at the Wheels & Waves festival in France, the iconic American motorcycle company confirmed that an FTR 1200, inspired by Indian’s storied history in flat track racing, will be going into production. Riders intent on owning the new Indian FTR 1200 can visit www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/ftr1200/ for a chance to win the highly anticipated new model.
Investors in the growing recreational vehicle sector had reason to feel optimistic prior to a recent decline. Shares of the two best-known U.S. RV stocks, Thor Industries and Winnebago were up 170% and 180%, respectively Shares of Thor and Winnebago over the past two years. Shares of leading retailer Camping World Holdings had doubled in price since its 2016 IPO.
Polaris Industries Inc. announced today that the executive management team of Polaris will host an Analyst / Investor Meeting at its research and development center in Wyoming, Minnesota.
Julie Gilbert is ready to rev up customer growth at Polaris Industries Inc. She's the new chief customer engagement and growth officer at Polaris, a position that's new to the manufacturer of motorsports equipment like snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. Gilbert recently sat down to talk with the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, a sister publication of Bizwomen, about her career, what she's doing at Polaris and how she plans to grow that company's business. The conversation has been edited for length and clarity. Take us through your career trajectory and tell us how you got to this point. I am from South Dakota.
Today, Polaris® RZR® unleashed VISIONS, a four-part mini-series highlighting the all-terrain-decimating nature of its newest side-by-side to date, the RZR® XP Turbo S. The series features off-road racing star RJ Anderson pushing the limits of the Turbo S in conditions virtually no other side-by-side could successfully take on.
Polaris RZR® Factory Racing dominated the historic 50th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500 for second straight year to build on its unparalleled 2018 season. After battling through 530 miles of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula the team secured two clean sweeps in both the Pro UTV Forced Induction and Pro UTV NA classes, along with making history with the first woman to win the overall UTV race at Baja ...
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Polaris Industries adds boats to its portfolio of snowmobiles and ATVs with the acquisition of Boat Holdings. Despite a slight decline Wednesday, shares of Polaris Industries are up about 30 percent year to date.
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Polaris Industries Inc., a maker of motorcycles, ATVs and snowmobiles, is venturing farther off-road than it's ever been before by buying Boat Holdings for $805 million.
Polaris Industries, a corporate empire of motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles, is adding some surf to its turf and snow. Boat Holdings, a privately held bevy of nautical brands that include Godfrey, Hurricane and Rinker, will help Polaris balance the seasonality of its snowmobile business. For a company that makes expensive toys for middle-aged motorheads, bringing some boats onboard is a good fit, according to Polaris Chief Executive Officer Scott Wine.
Polaris Industries Inc. (PII) (“Polaris”) announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Boat Holdings, LLC (“Boat Holdings”), a boat manufacturer owned by the Vogel family, management and Balmoral Funds, in an all-cash transaction valued at a net present value (NPV) of approximately $805 million. Polaris also expects that approximately $100 million NPV of future net tax benefits will accrue to the combined Company. When adjusted for the net tax benefit of $100 million, the transaction is valued at approximately $705 million.
Polaris Industries, the $5.4 billion (sales) maker of snowmobiles, off-road vehicles and motorcycles, has agreed to buy the country’s largest pontoon boat maker, Boat Holdings, for $805 million. Yamaha, Kawasaki and others that compete with Medina, Minnesota-based Polaris in its existing markets already have boat divisions, he noted. The U.S. market for new powerboats is $8 billion, and pontoon boats are the largest and fastest growing segment of the industry with an 11% compound annual growth rate since 2010.
Liberty Diversified International will get a new leader this summer. The New Hope-based packaging manufacturer announced on Wednesday that Mike Fiterman will step aside as CEO of the company but will stay on as chairman of the board. Matt Homan will start as its new CEO in July.
Julie Gilbert hopes to find customers beyond the company's traditional white male base.
Just a week after one of Minnesota's Fortune 500 companies announced it would move its headquarters to Florida, another two local companies have grown big enough to make it onto the list.
Polaris Industries Inc. (PII), a global leader in powersports, announced today it has been named for the first time to the Fortune 500. Making its debut on this prestigious list, Polaris ranked No. 496. “Being named to the Fortune 500 is a tremendous honor and a true testament to the integrity, passion, and commitment to excellence of every Polaris employee,” said Scott Wine, chairman and CEO, Polaris.