Lou Whiteman has covered transports and the industrials for The Deal for nearly two decades, developing extensive contacts including industry leaders, consultants, regulators and labor representatives. Whiteman has reported on negotiations between major airlines ahead of deal announcements, identified takeout targets in aerospace prior to auctions being made public and participated in briefings with regulators and airline CEOs. Prior to joining The Deal, Whiteman covered community and regional banks for American Banker and was also a reporter for the Baltimore Business Journal. He has appeared on numerous television and radio outlets, including CNN International and National Public Radio, and has a bachelor’s degree from Loyola University Maryland.
The railroad's move suggests that a newbie activist fund is still in talks with the railroad over a possible board overhaul.
This wouldn't be good for Tesla.
The automaker hopes to begin manufacturing test vehicles this month, towards its goal of deliveries before year's end
The company, which has survived a hostile bid and an activist campaign in recent years, could face new pressure if new management can't accelerate results quickly
Concerns about 2017 outweighed record 2016 results.
Board members affirmed their belief that CEO Klaus Kleinfeld is the man for the job, despite a looming proxy battle. But some of those directors could be easily swayed.
Analysts say Ford would be the relative winner among autos in a border tax scenario.
The chemical giant is selling a high-margin $150 million sales business to SK Global, one of a number of divestitures expected should regulators approve its $130 billion combination with DuPont.
The company is estimated to have sold only 1,650 units in January.
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