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AutoNation eliminates ~3,500 positions permanently
AutoNation (AN -1.0%) is permanently laying off ~3,500 employees across the company, most of which are associates on unpaid leave. The company made strateg
seekingalpha · 8h ago
1 Growth Stock to Keep on Your Watchlist
MotleyFool.com · 17h ago
Tracking Allan Mecham's Arlington Value Capital Portfolio - Q1 2020 Update
Seeking Alpha - Article · 22h ago
Edited Transcript of AN earnings conference call or presentation 11-May-20 3:00pm GMT
Q1 2020 AutoNation Inc Earnings Call
Thomson Reuters StreetEvents · 2d ago
AutoNation Shares Move Higher After CNBC Reports Wells Fargo To Stop Making Loans To Independent Car Dealerships
Benzinga · 2d ago
Wells Fargo Stops Making Loans To Most Independent Car Dealerships
-CNBC
CNBC · 2d ago
Highly rated U.S. companies are borrowing $1 trillion at a record clip
The coronavirus pandemic has spurred U.S. companies with investment-grade credit ratings to borrow at the fastest pace in history to start a year, with new bond issuance topping $1 trillion in less than five months, supported by Federal Reserve programs to buy
MarketWatch · 05/21 19:13
Takeaways From Earnings Calls Last Week: Be Cautiously Optimistic
Seeking Alpha - Article · 05/20 15:49
AutoNation Announces Pricing of $500 Million Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes
AutoNation, Inc. (NYSE: AN), America's largest and most recognized automotive retailer (the "Company"), announced today the pricing of $500 million aggregate principal amount of senior unsecured notes due 2030 at 4.750% (the "notes"). The notes will be issued
PR Newswire · 05/19 21:15
As deadline passes for returning small-business loans, public companies have given back $500 million and kept $900 million
marketwatch.com · 05/19 16:58
Why These 4 Automotive Stocks Soared Monday
Detroit is reopening, China is rebounding, and two other developments sent auto stocks soaring Monday.
Motley Fool · 05/18 21:37
As deadline arrives for returning small-business loans, public companies have given back $500 million so far, kept $900 million
The Treasury Department says Paycheck Protection Program loans are not meant for “a public company with substantial market value and access to capital markets” and given big borrowers a May 18 deadline. Here’s how the returns are going.
MarketWatch · 05/18 18:03
Auto Stock Roundup: TM Beats on Q4 Earnings, HMC Incurs Loss & More
Zacks · 05/18 16:33
Morgan Stanley Maintains Underweight on AutoNation, Raises Price Target to $35
Morgan Stanley maintains AutoNation (NYSE:AN) with a Underweight and raises the price target from $27 to $35.
Benzinga · 05/18 11:57
Most Ford U.S. dealers got federal payroll protection loans -COO
Most of Ford Motor Co's U.S. dealers received payroll protection loans from the U.S. government amid the coronavirus pandemic, the automaker's chief operating officer said on Thursday. Early in the outbreak, Ford "made sure" its U.S. dealers applied with the
Reuters · 05/14 16:03
Car Sales Are Bouncing. Here Are 5 Stocks That Should Benefit.
Barrons.com · 05/14 15:07
A day before deadline, these public companies have returned emergency loans meant for small businesses
MarketWatch · 05/13 20:21
Hundreds of public companies hold on to small business loans as deadline to return money nears
Many public companies that tapped the PPP have so far escaped scrutiny because they aren't household names. CNBC found 49 companies with a market capitalization of at least $100 million that hadn't disclosed plans to return the money as of May 12.
CNBC.com · 05/13 19:46
A day before deadline, these public companies have returned emergency loans meant for small businesses
The Treasury Department says Paycheck Protection Program loans are not meant for “a public company with substantial market value and access to capital markets” and given big borrowers a May 14 deadline. Here’s how the returns are going.
MarketWatch · 05/13 19:21
Time bomb ticking in used car market
After a 34% drop in April, used car prices could plummet further if Hertz Global (NYSE:HTZ) files for bankruptcy and floods the market with used cars. Opti
seekingalpha · 05/13 18:05