Loews Corporation (L) recently completed the buyout of Consolidated Container Company.
What is lost when a calorie is burned? This question was originally answered on Quora by Bart Loews.
Loews Corporation (L) reported first-quarter 2017 operating earnings of 81 cents per share, which beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 66 cents. Earnings increased substantially from 35 cents earned in the year-ago quarter.
Loews (L) beats on earnings. Our consensus called for EPS of 66 cents per share, and the company delivered EPS of 81 cents per share.
Let's find out how these four insurers - L, CNA, WTM, MCY - might perform when they release their quarterly numbers on May 1.
Loews Corporation (L) will release first-quarter 2017 results before the opening bell on Mar 1. Let's see how things are shaping up for this announcement.
Loews Corporation (L) recently announced its decision to acquire plastic packaging manufacturer Consolidated Container Company LLC from Bain Capital Private Equity.
Американская компания Loews заявила, что приобретет производителя пластиковых упаковок Consolidated Container Company (CCC) за $1,2 млрд у инвестиционной фирмы Bain Capital Private Equity. Ожидается, что сделка будет завершена во втором квартале текущего года. Напомним, что Bain Capital приобрела CCC у компании Vestar Capital Partnersв 2012 г., при этом финансовые детали сделки раскрыты не были. CEO Loews Джеймс Тиш прокомментировал, что при принятии решения о покупке его команда анализировала состояние отрасли упаковочной продукции из пластика и пришла к выводу, что это слабоконцентрированная отрасль промышленности с устойчивыми показателями оборота наличности и низкими рисками технических перебоев.
Loews Corporation's (L) prospects have been looking up of late.
Updates from the 1.30pmBST kick-off at the Liberty StadiumLive scores: all the goals from around the UK and EuropeEmail Daniel or tweet him here 3.28pm BST So, that’s about us - join Gregg Bakowski for Arsenal-Man City, which will hopefully be better. I cannot conceive of worse. Bye! Related: Arsenal v Manchester City: Premier League – live! 3.27pm BST That was absolutely miserable. Swansea were without too many of their better players to threaten very much, while Boro appear content to draw their way down; that’s now 11 for the season. They stay 19th, while Swansea stay 17th. Continue reading...
Японский масс-маркетный бренд одежды и аксессуаров Uniqlo объявил о сотрудничестве с креативным директором модного дома Loewe Джонатаном Уильямом Андерсоном. Ранее компания неоднократно выпускала капсульные коллекции с Жиль Зандер, Карин Ройтфельд и Инес де ла Фрессанж.
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Landmark fashion meets great sculpture in the designer’s ambitious new show Jonathan Anderson is a busy man. The 32-year-old fashion designer from Magherafelt, Northern Ireland, puts out 12 collections a year as both head of his own label, JW Anderson, and creative director of the Spanish luxury brand, Loewe. He is constantly jumping on and off the Eurostar, splitting his week between London and Paris, where each label is respectively based. So when the Hepworth Wakefield gallery in Yorkshire asked him to curate an exhibition, he probably, for the sake of his schedule, should have politely declined. But as someone who collects himself, and who is passionate about modern British art (specifically, Barbara Hepworth) the collaboration seemed like a natural fit. The gallery’s location was also a major draw. “I’m glad to be putting creative energy into something that is about getting people out of London,” Anderson explains. “We are not trapped – go out and there are amazing things to be seen,” and off he goes in his dizzying way, jumping from one thought to the next. He enthuses about how this politically turbulent moment is the best time to be creative; he tells me that photographer Jamie Hawkesworth, a long-time collaborator, has taken pictures of 123 Yorkshire schoolchildren wearing garments from the show, for an accompanying book, before finally pausing for breath and concluding: “It is quite petrifying doing something like this, because it opens you up to both the art and the fashion worlds, who are equally critical. But I’ve come to the point where it’s not about that. It’s more about the idea of all of this, in Wakefield.” Continue reading...