Things have looked good for the aluminum giant for a long time, and it looks like the good times will last.
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The acquisition is a significant boost to Alcoa's aerospace revenue. It grows Alcoa's aerospace revenue in 2013 by 20% on a pro forma basis, from $4 billion to $4.8 billion. The acquisition will boost Alcoa's overall revenue by $1.6 billion by 2016, and by $2 billion by 2019. Show More Summary
Alcoa has been flying high lately, but it's still not immune to a possible setback. Find out why.
"This isn't just about getting these kids a job" says Scott Hudson Principal Manager of Social Responsibility and Community Outreach with the Alcoa Foundation, "It's about giving them a leg up with real workforce skills. And maybe they'll move on to study engineering or computer aided design later."
The aluminum giant has fallen from its 52-week high, but it has the potential to regain its lost ground. Find out why.
Alcoa has announced steps that will further its ongoing portfolio transformation. The company has announced a $190 million investment at its Davenport, Iowa facility to expand its product offerings in the aerospace and industrial markets. In addition, the company recently announced that it had reached an agreement to sell its ownership stake in the Mt. Holly […]