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 [...]
Alcoa's "What A Fool" is full of country signifiers like the slide guitar and the twang in Derek's voice, while Choir Vandals' "Lucifer Yellow" is more of an indie rocker with singer Austin McCutchen's Will Sheff-esque baritone leading the way. Continue reading…
Earnings season kicked off last week, with Alcoa leading off by reporting disappointing results last Tuesday. Q3 Earnings for S&P 500 companies are expected to drop 2.1%, according to FactSet.
The third-quarter earnings season kicked off Tuesday, with Alcoa (NYSE: AA) announcing before the bell. According to FactSet, Q3 earnings for companies in the S&P 500 are expected to drop 2.1%,
Dave Lutz, head of Exchange Traded Funds at JonesTrading, has your daily guide to what traders are talking about right now. In brief: Stocks are near a three-week low after a shaky start to earnings season from Alcoa, the aluminum giant, on Tuesday. Show More Summary
Alcoa's miss started the latest reporting season with a thud -- still, Wall Street remains hopeful a rebound is near
Selena Gomez appears to be doing well as she reportedly seeks treatment in rehab for struggles with anxiety, panic attacks and depression. Following an October 8 appearance at a Texas Roadhouse restaurant in Alcoa, Tennessee, where the singer enjoyed lunch, a source has spoken out, revealing that Gomez looked to be “happy” as she posed... Show More Summary
Stocks closing broadly lower on Wall Street, more than erasing a gain from the day before, the AP reports. Health care companies led the retreat for US stocks Tuesday. Materials and technology companies also fell. Alcoa slumped 11% after its results fell short of Wall Street's expectations, while genetics research...
Alcoa slid 11 percent after it reported softer-than-expected results for the third quarter, its last one before it splits into two companies
Shares of Alcoa are trading lower Tuesday as the company posted 2016 fiscal third-quarter results that missed analysts' expectations. Video provided by TheStreet
Metals manufacturer Alcoa posted a higher third-quarter profit, but pricing hurt sales.
U.S. stocks dropped Tuesday as oil prices moved off of their 15 month high. Video provided by TheStreet
Stocks are under pressure as the third-quarter earnings season gets underway
Dave Lutz, head of Exchange Traded Funds at JonesTrading, has a quick guide to what traders are talking about on Tuesday. In brief: Stock futures are slightly lower. Alcoa unofficially kicked off earnings season and reported profitsShow More Summary