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Here's what Apple's new iPhone is missing
Diehard Apple are wondering what will be missing from the latest iPhone model.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Fiscal year IPhone Mobile phone IPod Touch Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Share Revenue Stock
Ford recalls 1.5M more vehicles for faulty door latch
Ford dropped its 2016 profit forecast today by $600 million after expanding recall for pawl spring tab.        
57 points by Detroit Free Press | Ford Motor Company U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Ford expects a $9B profit in 2017
The company in a regulatory filing with the SEC noted profits will be lower than 2016        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Ford Motor Company North America United Auto Workers General Motors Henry Ford U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Dearborn Michigan Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Dunkin' tops Street 4Q forecasts
CANTON, Mass. — Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. (DNKN) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter net income of $56.1 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier.On a per-share basis, the Canton, Massachusetts-based company said it had profit of 61 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 64 cents per share.The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of 11 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 60 cents per share.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Dunkin' Donuts Income Revenue Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Canton Massachusetts Stock Dunkin' Brands Doughnut
Walt Disney Co. sees profit drop 14% in fiscal first quarter
Walt Disney Co.’s profit in the first quarter dropped 14% to $2.48 billion compared to a year ago, reflecting a slowdown in its film and cable television businesses. Three of the four company units — media networks, studio entertainment and consumer products and interactive media — each posted...
57 points by Los Angeles Times | The Walt Disney Company Walt Disney Income Revenue Box Office Mojo Burbank California American Broadcasting Company Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Disney Beats Earnings Expectations, but Can’t Match Stellar Q1 of Last Year
Robust performance by its parks and resorts helped Disney beat analysts’ earnings expectations for the first quarter of 2017, though the entertainment conglomerate could not compete with its own blockbuster film success of the year prior, as both revenue and earnings per share slid behind last year’s levels. The Walt Disney Company recorded earnings per... Read more »
21 points by Variety | The Walt Disney Company Walt Disney ESPN Robert Iger Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Generally Accepted Accounting Principles American Broadcasting Company Burbank California
GM posted $9.4B net profit in 2016, but encore may be tough
DETROIT — At an investors' conference during Detroit's auto show in January, confident General Motors executives told investors to expect improved pretax profits for 2016 and 2017, thanks to strong sales in key markets and cost cuts.On Tuesday, the company partly delivered, reporting a 16 percent increase in last year's pretax income. An encore could be a lot harder.
-2 points by Boston Herald | General Motors Earnings before interest and taxes Generally Accepted Accounting Principles United States Earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization North America Automobile Net profit
GM UAW workers to get record-breaking $12,000 profit sharing
For the year, GM's net income fell 2.6% from $9.68 billion a year ago even as its total revenue increased.        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Revenue Income Net income Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Income statement
GM in the fast lane, easily tops expectations
DETROIT — General Motors' net profit fell just under 3 percent last year but the company still made a $9.4 billion on the back of its U.S. money machine.A record $12 billion pretax profit in North America will mean big checks for 52,000 union workers. They'll get a record $12,000 each, up from $11,000 last year. That will cost the company $624 million.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Generally Accepted Accounting Principles United States General Motors European Union Net profit Crossover
GM posts $9.43B in net profits for '16
The company set records for pre-tax adjusted earnings but net income dropped nearly 3 percent        
-2 points by The Detroit News | General Motors Revenue Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Income Million European Union 2016 Income statement
General Motors has 'great year'
The company posted pre-tax earnings of nearly $13 billion, auto workers will receive $12k in profit sharing        
-2 points by The Detroit News | General Motors Ford Motor Company North America Chrysler Revenue United Auto Workers European Union Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
GM earns $9.43 billion in 2016; UAW workers get record profit sharing
GM said it earned $9.4 billion in profit 2016 and UAW workers will get record profit sharing of up to $12,000        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | General Motors North America United States Profit Revenue Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Income Net income
CPS shortfall of $500 million from last year hangs over current budget woes
Chicago Public Schools faced a shortfall in its operations budget of roughly $500 million at the close of its past fiscal year, leaving the financially troubled district with a significant bill to cover even as it struggles to balance this year's spending plan. The budget shortfall was reported...
31 points by Chicago Tribune | Chicago Revenue Money Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Illinois Forrest Claypool Balanced line Balanced budget
Air Force Base contributes $591 million to Minot economy
MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The Air Force says the Minot base contributed about $591 million to the local economy in fiscal year 2016. That's about $30 million more than fiscal year 2015. The base's Lt. Col. Raymond Castro presented the economic impact report to the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | 2016 Economics Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Letter: Three bills to support
Three bills to supportI am writing to support three bills that have been introduced in the New Hampshire House. HB 119 funds the state law that supported state aid for water and wastewater projects. Local voters authorized bonding based on state law, which declares that the state shall pay 20 percen...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Finance Bill Clinton Fundraising European Union Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Business terms Funding
University of Delaware seeks more money for scholarships
DOVER, Del. (AP) - The University of Delaware is seeking a modest increase in next year's operating budget from state lawmakers, pledging that any increase will go to scholarships for Delaware students. UD president Dennis Assanis presented an operating budget request of $122.4 million on Friday. That's about $4 million ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Million Delaware Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Wilmington Delaware University of Delaware Washington D.C. Caesar Rodney University
Harford schools have little wiggle room in spending cash reserves
The fund balance, or cash reserves, in the Harford County Public Schools operating budget has been a topic of concern among school system leaders in recent months, especially as money was assigned to specific capital expenses in this year's budget. Two representatives of the school system's external...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Board of directors Fiscal year Corporate governance Expense
RPM International says SEC allegations of fraud about its fiscal 2013 financial reports "have no merit"
RPM Chairman and CEO Frank C. Sullivan said the company's restatements had no impact on the audited results for the fiscal year and that RPM's audit committee concluded that there was no intentional misconduct on the part of any of its officers. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- RPM International Inc. said that a Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement action about its fiscal 2013 financial reports "have absolutely no merit and are the product of prosecutorial overreach." The enforcement action was filed in connection with RPM's previously announced restatement of its financial results for the first, second, and third quarters of its fiscal 2013 year ended May 31, 2013. RPM Chairman and Chief Executive Frank C. Sullivan said in a written statement that the restatements had no impact on the audited results for the fiscal year and that the company's audit committee concluded that there was no intentional misconduct on the part of any of its officers. "We intend to vigorously defend ourselves and expect our position to be vindicated in court," he said.
-1 points by The Plain Dealer | U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Auditing Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Audit Fiscal year Restatements of the Law Restatement of Torts Second Corporate governance