Hunter Harrison, the president CEO of railroad giant CSX, has died at the age of 73, the company announced Saturday.
Just two days after taking medical leave from his role as CEO of CSX, the company has confirmed 73-year-old Hunter Harrison has passed away. Bloomberg reports that E. Hunter Harrison, who turned around three railroad carriers during a five-decade career before being tapped by CSX Corp. Show More Summary
Shares of CSX are falling sharply at the opening bell after the railroad said CEO Hunter Harrison will take a medical leave.
CSX shares fell on Friday after the company announced CEO Hunter Harrison has taken medical leave. The company has appointed James Foote, its chief operating officer, as acting CEO. CSX hired Harrison in March to help turnaround theShow More Summary
Earlier today, the WSJ reported that railroad giant CSX Corp, currently embroiled in a protracted activist investor fight, said that Michael Ward, its chairman and CEO will retire in May as railroad veteran Hunter Harrison and an activist investor try to shake up the company and grab the top spot. Show More Summary
Last month Hunter Harrison stepped down from his position as CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway to join Mantle Ridge, a newly formed activist fund led by Paul Hilal. Together Hilal and Harrison are targeting CSX. Video provided by TheStreet
Canadian Pacific CEO Hunter Harrison and Pershing Square's Bill Ackman, already breaking the rules in the North American rail industry, could pull off their boldest move yet by winning Norfolk Southern against tough odds.
This morning, on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Canadian Pacific CEO Hunter Harrison urged the government to stay out of the railroad industry and allow businesses to upgrade the infrastructure and manage the system themselves. Harrison also called...Show More Summary
Ezra Levant of TheRebel.media talks about the CEO of CP Rail. He’s a Tennessee-born multimillionaire named Hunter Harrison who is in favour of higher taxes or as he calls it, paying “his fair share.” But his idea of a “fair share” isn’t really fair, as I explain. And wait until he finds out what Alberta’s […]
Earlier this month Hunter Harrison, the CEO of Canadian Pacific told the Globe and Mail that he thought regulators have “overreacted” to the oil-by-rail disaster in Lac-Megantic that killed 47 people. “ Lac-Mégantic happened, in myShow More Summary
Hunter Harrison, Canada's top-earning CEO, just put his sprawling Ridgefield, Conn. horse farm on the market for $55 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. Harrison came out of retirement last year to head Canadian Pacific Railway...Show More Summary
The CBC is reporting that Canadian Pacific Railways is going to cut 1,700 jobs in the next month and 4,500 jobs by 2016. The cuts are part of new CEO Hunter Harrison's plan to streamline CP to make it more competitive.CP has posted a "new vision for the future" on their site. Show More Summary
In a presentation dated February 6, 2012, Pershing Square’s Bill Ackman defended his suggestion of Hunter Harrison as a candidate for CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway (CP),... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) “was upgraded to neutral from underweight at JPMorgan on raised expectations that Hunter Harrison will become CEO,” reports the Financial... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]