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Ecolab Inc. (ECL) reported first-quarter 2017 adjusted earnings (excluding special gains, charges and tax items) of 80 cents per share, which missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 81 cents.
Ecolab Inc. (ECL), a leading provider of water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, is expected to report first-quarter 2017 results on May 2.
Ecolab Inc. (ECL) announced that it has collaborated with Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) to upgrade its financial-modeling tool, Water Risk Monetizer.
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Ecolab Inc. (ECL) reported fourth-quarter 2016 adjusted earnings of $1.25 per share, which missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.27.
We take a peek into three chemical companies that are slated to report their fourth-quarter results on Feb 21.
St. Paul, MN-based Ecolab Inc. (ECL), a leading provider of water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, is expected to report fourth-quarter 2016 results on Feb 21.
In a bid to strengthen its water solution line of offerings, St. Paul, MN-based Ecolab Inc. (ECL) announced the acquisition of Abednego Environmental Services.
Ecolab Inc. (ECL) declared a quarterly cash dividend of 37 cents per share, reflecting a 6% increase from the previous payout.
On Nov 23, we issued an updated research report on Ecolab Inc (ECL). We are upbeat on the acquisition announcement of France-based Laboratoires Anios earlier this year.
Tuesday's election was frightening in many respects. But from an ecological perspective, it is an unimaginable disaster. The United States had recently committed to the Paris agreement to begin addressing climate change, and President Obama recently signed the important agreement on the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) with President Xi of China. But if the incoming president of the U.S. keeps his promises, he will reverse these agreements, deepen our dependence on coal mining, increase oil drilling in the Arctic, and open the way for environmentally destructive methods such as fracking. One of the world's most effective environmental organizations, 350.org, is normally neutral on political candidates. However, the environmental devastation that would follow from a Trump presidency is so great that even 350.org joined the battle to defeat the Trump campaign. For people who care about the future of the planet and who pay even passing attention to science, the new presidency represents a devastating defeat. Decades from today, people may look back on this election as the moment when the global community lost its (already slim) chance to prevent run-away global warming. That said, we need to take a deep breath. Now, more than ever, we have to roll up our sleeves and get going. There are at least three crucial things those of us who care about the future of our planet need to do, and we have only four years to get them done: We must redouble our efforts to communicate the planet's actual situation to voters in the United States. Climate change is a bigger threat to jobs, prosperity, and a secure future than any other threat humanity faces. We must show that there is still hope. There are many positive examples of people and groups [[add link to EcoLabs page of the EcoCiv website]] that are already demonstrating what the transition to a sustainable civilization looks like. We need to walk our talk ― to embody sustainable modes of living on this planet. A serious environmental movement has its origins at the grassroots; it begins with people whose actions inspire others. Finally, if we cannot influence our own government in the right directions, we need to increase our international focus. It's now crucial that we help strengthen serious ecological movements around the world. Last night shattered the dream that the United States would take leadership in the move toward an ecological civilization, at least for the next four years. By contrast, in Europe, in Asia, and around the planet, people and organizations are actually taking decisive steps -- as individuals, organizations, NGOs, and governments. Even if we cannot bring about change in our own country, we can support the efforts of the people who can make and are making a difference. As a scholar of religion and science, I know that it's not enough just to list the facts and figures. We must also be committed to investing our souls, spirits, and resources to assist in the transition to an ecological civilization. Please fight discouragement and despair, the desire to give up now. The work on behalf of our planet has only become more important. It calls for a greater investment of time and money than ever before. So let's now join our efforts together with renewed energy in the fight for the planet. We may or may not be able to avoid an environmental catastrophe, along with the collapse of economies and social structures that it would bring. Yet in the fight for a deep transformation of society, we can help humanity prepare for the collapse, teaching people (and ourselves!) how to find ecological ways to live on this earth over the long term. In these actions we will find renewed hope. And if we are successful, perhaps we will avoid the collapse after all. ― Philip Clayton -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Ecolab Inc. (ECL) reported adjusted earnings (excluding special gains, charges and tax items) of $1.28 per share in the third quarter of 2016, which exceeded the Zacks Consensus Estimate by a penny.
We take a peek into three chemical companies that are slated to report their third-quarter results on Nov 1.
Ecolab Inc. (ECL) is slated to announce third-quarter 2016 earnings results on Nov 1.