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Fly News Breaks for February 20, 2018
Feb 20, 2018 | 10:31 EDT
Catch up on today's top five analyst upgrades with this list compiled by The Fly: 1. Chipotle (CMG) upgraded to Hold from Sell at Stifel with analyst Chris O'Cull saying that his opinion of the company's fundamentals has not changed, but sentiment has improved and he believes investor optimism will likely outweigh fundamentals in the near-term. 2. Hyatt (H) and Marriott (MAR) were upgraded to In Line from Underperform at Evercore ISI. 3. Flowserve (FLS) upgraded to Sector Perform from Underperform at RBC Capital with analyst Deane Dray citing his expectations of an announcement of a turnaround plan from the new CEO and believes the stock may have bottomed, since the fourth quarter operating miss and "low-balled fiscal 2018 outlook" did not produce new selling pressure. 4. UPS (UPS) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Edward Jones. 5. Universal Display (OLED) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Needham with analyst James Ricchiuti saying he has been looking for the right entry point on the stock since the summer, and the recent 25% selloff from the high offers that opportunity. This list is just a portion of The Fly's full analyst coverage. To see The Fly's full Street Research coverage, click here.
News For CMG;H;MAR;FLS;UPS;OLED From the Last 2 Days
May 23, 2018 | 16:49 EDT
Hyatt Hotel announced plans for the first Hyatt property in Ireland, Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin. A Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise agreement for a Hyatt Centric hotel in Dublin with Realmside Ltd, an affiliate of Hodson Bay Group, an Irish hotel and property group owned by the O'Sullivan family. The 234-room hotel will be managed by Hodson Bay Group Management Ltd and is expected to open in May 2019.
May 23, 2018 | 14:01 EDT
Chipotle Mexican Grill announced its plans to relocate its headquarters, currently in Denver, Colorado, to Newport Beach, California. Functions within the current Denver office will either be consolidated in Chipotle's existing office in Columbus, Ohio or moved to the new headquarters in Newport Beach."We have a tremendous opportunity at Chipotle to shape the future of our organization and drive growth through our new strategy," said Brian Niccol, CEO at Chipotle. "In order to align the structure around our strategic priorities, we are transforming our culture and building world-class teams to revitalize the brand and enable our long-term success," Niccol added. Over the next six months, Chipotle will transition its Denver and New York office functions to Newport Beach and Columbus. Newport Beach will serve as the headquarters for the company's operations, business development, marketing, communications, finance, supply chain, food safety, technology, HR and other corporate functions. The support functions will be located in the Shared Services Center in Columbus. Following this transition, Chipotle will close its Denver and New York City offices. This move will affect approximately 400 employees in Denver and New York in Q4 2018, with some being offered relocation and retention packages. The 70,000 field operations and restaurant employees are not part of this reorganization.
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