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At Sept. 30, 2015, $GWW's working capital assets to working capital liabilities ratio was 2.5, which was up from 2.4 at Dec. 31, 2014. The growth principally related to higher accounts receivable balances from the Cromwell acquisition and lower profit-sharing accruals due to the timing of annual payments and lower business performance.
Does anyone feel $SBUX CEO Schultz stepping down could prove a disaster for the company?
$DB is going to cut off services for about 3,400 clients in equities trading.
$F stock slid more than 2% after the company issued two safety recalls involving more than 650,000 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ model cars.
The new CEO of $SBUX, Kevin Johnson, has some pretty large shoes to fill but there are many who have good faith in his ability to do so.