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|Day's Range||22.84 - 22.92|
|52 Week Range||18.95 - 23.76|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.59|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.67|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.63 (2.74%)|
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David Gauke, justice secretary, will announce on Thursday that the publicly run National Probation Service is to take back control of all management work, ending a regime that outsourced supervision of all but the highest-risk offenders to eight companies, including Sodexo. Several of the companies expressed disappointment at the move, saying the changes would create a more fragmented system that would increase costs. The part-privatisation of probation services in 2015 by Chris Grayling, justice secretary at the time, split probation work into 21 regional contracts worth £3.7bn to the outsourcing companies over seven years.
Campus food delivery is getting a surprising pick-me-up, thanks to autonomous robots offering food-and-beverage delivery right to the dorm room. The first college to do this is George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. It teamed up with Sodexo and Starship Technologies to launch the service in late January.
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Shares in Sodexo surged on Thursday after the French food services company delivered a stronger-than-expected rise in first-half revenue as growth accelerated in north America during the second quarter. Sodexo, which is the world's second-largest catering company after Compass Group, stuck to its full year goals although investments and other costs associated with renewing a major U.S. Marine Corps contract weighed on profit margins. Chief Executive Denis Machuel said first-half results were "encouraging", although he cautioned that recovery in the U.S. would remain "challenging" in the second-half and he did not rule out exiting some contracts to protect margins.
European shares slipped on Thursday as investor sentiment was dented by global growth slowdown fears but gains in France thanks to strong earnings helped set a lower limit to the broader decline. The U.S. Federal Reserve maintained its patient stance on Wednesday citing risks from a cooling global economy and an unresolved trade dispute with China and potentially the European Union, which came shortly after the European Central Bank had also maintained its dovish stance. Ireland's Brexit-sensitive ISEQ stock index was flat after the European Union gave British Prime Minister Theresa May until October to leave the bloc, but the lack of clarity on when, how or even if Brexit will happen, kept a lid on gains.
The first university robotic food and beverage delivery service, launched earlier this year through a partnership with Sodexo and Starship Technologies, is a hit. The service has been so well-received at GMU that Sodexo is expanding. Heading to the college dining hall to get some grub is so last semester — at least for some students at George Mason University.
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Sodexo's sport and leisure business, which provides catering at the U.S. Super Bowl, Royal Ascot and the Eiffel Tower, will focus on organic growth as it integrates its 2017 U.S. acquisition Centerplate. Nathalie Bellon Szabo, the chief executive of Sodexo's Sports & Leisure Worldwide business said it plans to grow in its three key markets of the United States, France and Britain by securing more contracts and also look to expand in China. The business, which recently secured a contract for the Cathay Pacific lounges in Hong Kong, will pursue contracts for airport lounges in China, as well as contracts for stadiums, museums and convention centres.
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Sodexo's Annual Shareholders' meeting was held on January 22, 2019 at La Seine Musicale, in Boulogne-Billancourt, and was chaired by Sophie Bellon. Quorum was established at 82.9%, and 1,277 shareholders were present, represented or voted by correspondence.
Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services, announced that it is one of 230 companies selected for the 2019 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) which distinguishes companies committed to transparency in gender reporting and advancing women's equality. : "Our global gender balance strategy is a key driver in ensuring that both women and men have equal access to growth and opportunities in our workplace.
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Q1 Fiscal 2019 organic revenue growth of +2.6% On-site Services: +2.3% Benefits & Rewards Services: +9.5% Issy-les-Moulineaux, January 10, 2019 - Sodexo (NYSE.
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The ranking (the Palmarès de la féminisation des instances dirigeantes) is published by the French State Secretary for gender equality and the fight against discrimination, and concerns gender balance in the company's top management. Sophie Bellon, Chairwoman of Sodexo's Board of Directors, said: "As the largest French-based private employer in the world, we are honored by this recognition of our progress towards gender balance within our governing bodies. It highlights our strong commitment and the scale of our collective efforts deployed to consistently promote diversity and inclusion throughout Sodexo.
Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services, has received the "Woman Chair Prize," which recognizes a company chaired by a woman with the highest percentage of women directors on its Board among the 200 largest companies of the Stoxx Europe 600. The prize was presented on November 28 during the launch of the first edition of the European Gender Diversity Index organized by European Women on Boards and Ethics & Boards. Sophie Bellon, Chairwoman of Sodexo's Board of Directors, said: "This award is a very powerful recognition of the collective efforts towards constantly promoting diversity and inclusion taken by the entire Sodexo Community: our employees, our leaders and managers, our partners, our clients and our consumers.
Denis Machuel, CEO of Sodexo, discusses the hospitality firm's increasing competition after Amazon announced a substantial investment in rival Deliveroo.
As robots get smarter, they're taking on more jobs. From food delivery on campus to cleaning floors at hundreds of Walmart stores, the number of self-driving autonomous robots is growing. We talk to the CEO of Brain Corp, a software company that's using AI to program these robots. Are they safe, are they taking away jobs, and what's next?