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Robert W. Baird analyst Andrew Wittmann probes whether the $0.06 benefit from the tax item was included in the EPS. $ABM answers that roughly $0.06 is included in adjusted EPS mainly related to an early adoption of an accounting spending tied to stock-based compensation. The majority of the other discrete items was roughly $0.32 at the end of 2015.
$SBUX launched its annual “Starbucks for Life” competition in the U.S. and Canada. The winner of the competition will receive a credit of one drink or food item per day for a duration of 30 years.
$T shares rose 1.8%, as a big boost for the S&P 500. The company said its new streaming television service DirectTV has so far exceeded expectations.
$TXMD flying high.. anyone here to catch..?
$CMG crashing. There seems to be nothing good to read about this company.