|Bid||68.51 x 0|
|Ask||68.78 x 0|
|Day's Range||67.37 - 68.83|
|52 Week Range||36.10 - 68.88|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.99|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||46.99|
Xero, the global small business platform, today announced major new technology features and connections that make the world’s leading ecosystem for small businesses even stronger. Advisor-powered app recommendations: With a new benchmark of more than 800 certified apps, Xero is providing more choice than ever for small businesses to build their best of breed suite of tools for industry and unique requirements.
Xero, the global small business platform, today announced the appointment of Ben Richmond to US country manager and Will Buckley to Canada country manager as part of its strategy to develop full service teams in each country. Tony Ward, President of Xero Americas, said: “Both Ben and Will have already played an instrumental role in driving Xero's adoption across the US and Canada, increasing the success of our accountants, bookkeepers and small businesses.
Xero (@Xero), the global small business platform, has appointed Jamie McDonald as Executive General Manager Product, Accounting and Global Services. This role will see him lead the development of the core accounting tools that more than 1.8 million subscribers use every day. McDonald will also continue as co-CEO of Hubdoc, which joined the Xero family in August 2018.
Xero, the global small business platform, announces the appointment of Tony Ward as President of the Americas, responsible for leading Xero’s business in the United States and Canada. Tony brings to the role 20 years’ senior leadership experience at some of the largest global tech companies including Microsoft, LinkedIn, Dropbox, SurveyMonkey and Spark. Keri Gohman, Xero’s previous President of the Americas, now moves her focus to the role of Chief Platform Business Officer, as announced in November 2018.
Australia's MYOB Group on Thursday said it could not recommend a downwardly revised offer by KKR & Co after the U.S. buyout giant lowered its bid to take full control of the accounting software firm. MYOB said its board had informed KKR that it was not in a position to recommend the new offer which values the company at $1.43 billion, however it "remains in discussions with KKR regarding its proposal". The U.S. firm, which already owns 19.9 percent of MYOB, revised its offer down by about 10 percent to A$3.40 per share from $3.77, following completion of due diligence and finalisation of debt funding commitments.