The announcement by the industrial parts maker, which was once known as Alcoa, was a rare dose of good news for shareholders.
TweetHey, what was MSRP for this hunk of Alcoa aluminum fashioned into a Ferrari 612 four-seater? Was it $300k? Anyway, paying tax and reg to DMV would cost you a pretty penny, and even if you are registered, it’s still cooler for you to use your Euro plates regardless. And the neighboring Saab shows us […]
By Kurt Kallaus – The “earnings season” is the period each quarter when the vast majority of corporate earnings are reported. The bulk of the stellar gains in the stock market this year have occurred around earnings season. Alcoa typically kicks it off...
Arconic, the industrial materials company that spun off Alcoa, has been treated with kid gloves by big asset managers. Thursday’s annual meeting could change things.
A look back at the Alcoa Care-free homes, on their 60th anniversary “Here is your Dream House Made Real” began the promotional brochure for the Alcoa Care-free Home, an aluminum prototype home designed by Charles Goodman and launched...Show More Summary
It electrified this South American country even as it drowned a jungle, so the 1.2-mile-long dam Alcoa built here to harness the Suriname River is more than stone and turbines. … Click to Continue »
Alcoa’s Book of Decorations : A Year-round Treasury of Easy-to-do Decorations for Holidays and Special Occasions von Hagen 1959 Submitter: I can’t decide what I love most about this book — there is just too much awesome awfulness to choose from! From “Conny of Alcoa” (is that like Saul of Tarsus?) perched on the edge of […]
The Arconic board should have fired its chief executive, Klaus Kleinfeld, long ago. Under his watch, Alcoa and Arconic have underperformed their rivals.
Paul Singer, whose Elliott Management has been waging a proxy fight with Alcoa spinoff Arconic, demanding CEO replacement, just achieved a key victory when moments ago the company announced that CEO Klaus Kleinfed has stepped down. According...Show More Summary
Alcoa (NYSE: AA) kicks off first-quarter earnings season on April 24. Analysts surveyed by FactSet Research expect S&P 500 companies to report 9.1% annual earnings growth. That's down from the
First-quarter earnings season unofficially gets underway when three of the big banks announce their results on Thursday. Citigroup, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo report before the market opens. Alcoa's release traditionally marked the start...Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The WTO treats the United States like a punching bag. This month is the one-year anniversary of Alcoa closing the largest aluminum smelter in the United States: the Warrick in Indiana. More than 325 workers...Show More Summary
This month is the one-year anniversary of Alcoa closing the largest aluminum smelter in the United States – the Warrick in Indiana. More than 325 workers lost their family-supporting jobs, including Brandon Marshall, who, like most aluminum workers, was a member of my union, the United Steelworkers (USW). Show More Summary
Paul Singer's Elliott Management is getting aggressive. Earlier this year, the $28 billion activist hedge fund wanted to replace Arconic's chairman, Klaus Kleinfeld, and nominate five board members. Arconic was spun out of Alcoa and focuses on manufacturing aerospace components. Show More Summary
What you see here is a Valentine dinner from the 1971 booklet 401 Party and Holiday Ideas from Alcoa. The recipes are about what you'd expect from a marketing company of the era. What is presented between the silverware is Jellied Ham...Show More Summary
Jake is playing two PA shows with Spur and a Brooklyn show with Alcoa (aka Derek from Defeater). Continue reading…
The Victorian and Commonwealth governments have just announced a bailout of the Alcoa aluminium smelter at Portland, achieved primarily by pressuring AGL to supply cheap electricity. It’s unsurprising that a state government wants to save jobs: that is par for the course. Show More Summary
Lisa Hix of Collectors Weekly has just published a great interview with Sarah Archer, whose new book, Midcentury Christmas: Holiday Fads, Fancies, and Fun from 1945 to 1970, explains how companies like Alcoa Aluminum used Christmas to...Show More Summary
On November 1, 2016, AA and ARNC Begin RW Trading On November 1, 2016, Arconic Inc. (NYSE: ARNC; $18.92; Market Capitalization: $8.3 billion) completed the spin-off of Alcoa Corporation (NYSE: AA; $23.00; Market Capitalization: $4.2 billion) through pro-rata distribution of 80.1% shares of AA, while ARNC retained 19.9% stake. Shareholders of [...]