|Founded||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US (1888)|
|Founder||Charles Martin Hall|
|Michael Morris chairman
Roy Harvey CEO
|Products||Bauxite, alumina, primary aluminum, and rolled aluminum can sheet|
|Revenue||$ 9.3 billion (FY 2016)|
|$ 0.2 billion (FY 2016 ATOI)|
|$ −0.4 billion (FY 2016)|
|Total assets||$ 16.7 billion (FY 2016)|
|Total equity||$ 7.7 billion (FY 2016)|
Number of employees
|14,000 (December 2016)|
Alcoa Corporation (from aluminum company of America) is an American industrial corporation. It is the world's sixth largest producer of aluminum, with corporate headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Alcoa conducts operations in 10 countries. Alcoa is a major producer of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum, and alumina combined, through its active and growing participation in all major aspects of the industry: technology, mining, refining, smelting, fabricating, and recycling.
In May 2007 Alcoa Inc. made a US$27 billion hostile takeover bid for Alcan in an attempt to form the world's largest aluminum producer. The bid was withdrawn when Alcan announced a friendly takeover by Rio Tinto in July 2007.
On November 1, 2016, Alcoa Inc. split into two new entities: Alcoa Corporation, which is engaged in the mining and manufacture of raw aluminum, and Arconic, which processes aluminum and other metals.
In April 2017, Alcoa announced it will move its headquarters back to Pittsburgh effective September 1.
In 1886, Charles Martin Hall, a graduate of Oberlin College, discovered the process of smelting aluminum, almost simultaneously with Paul Héroult in France. He realized that by passing an electric current through a bath of cryolite and aluminum oxide, the then semi-rare metal aluminum remained as a byproduct. This discovery, now called the Hall-Héroult process, is still the only process used to make aluminum (however, see also Bayer process).
Probably fewer than ten sites in the United States and Europe produced any aluminum at the time. In 1887, Hall made an agreement to try his process at the Electric Smelting and Aluminum Company plant in Lockport, New York, but it was not used and Hall left after one year. On Thanksgiving Day 1888, with the help of Alfred E. Hunt, he started the Pittsburgh Reduction Company with an experimental smelting plant on Smallman Street in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1891, the company went into production in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. In 1895, a third site opened at Niagara Falls. By about 1903, after a settlement with Hall's former employer, and while its patents were in force, the company was the only legal supplier of aluminum in the United States.
By 1902 New Kensington consisted of 173,000 sq. feet on 15 acres with 276 employees and the company operated hydropower and reduction plants in Niagara Falls, NY (1895), Shawinigan Falls, Quebec (1900), mining operations in Bauxite, AR (1901) and reduction facilities in East St. Louis, IL (1902). "The Aluminum Company of America" became the firm's new name on January 1, 1907. The acronym "Alcoa" was coined in 1910, given as a name to two of the locales where major corporate facilities were located (although one of these has since been changed), and in 1999 was adopted as the official corporate name.
From 1902 until 1915 additional plants in Massena, NY (1903), Alcoa, TN (1911), Edgewater, NJ (1915), Badin, NC (1915) came online while New Kensington had 31 buildings in the complex housing six departments (tubes, sheets, rods, bar and wire, extrusion, jobbing, foil) and two subsidiaries (Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company and Aluminum Seal Company). In 1907 it created the "company town" of Pine Grove, New York, for workers outside Massena. In Baden, Alcoa, Maryville and elsewhere the company funded the construction of schools, parks, playgrounds and medical facilities.
By the end of World War I Alcoa's New Kensington facility accounted for 3,292 workers—a fifth of the local population—and covered over 1 million square feet of manufacturing space on 75 acres.
In 1938, the Justice Department charged Alcoa with illegal monopolization, and demanded that the company be dissolved. The case of United States v. Alcoa was settled six years later.
Alcoa purchased an 8% stake of Aluminium Corporation of China (Chalco) in 2001. It tried to form a strategic alliance with China's largest aluminum producer, at its Pingguo facility; however, it was unsuccessful. Alcoa sold their stake in Chalco on September 12, 2007, for around $2 billion.
In 2004, Alcoa's specialty chemicals business was sold to two private equity firms led by Rhône Group for an enterprise value of $342 million, which included the assumption of debt and other unfunded obligations. Rhône Group then changed the name to Almatis, Inc.
In 2005 Alcoa acquired two major production facilities in Russia, at Samara and Belaya Kalitva.
In 2005, Alcoa began construction in Iceland on Alcoa Fjarðaál, a state-of-the-art aluminum smelter and the company's first greenfield smelter in more than 20 years, albeit under heavy criticism by local and international NGOs related to a controversial dam project exclusively dedicated to supplying electricity to this smelter. Also, Alcoa has completed or is undergoing primary aluminum expansion projects in Brazil, Jamaica, and Pinjarra, Western Australia.
In 2006, Alcoa relocated its top executives from Pittsburgh to New York City. Although the company's principal office is located in New York City, the company's operational headquarters are still located at its Corporate Center in Pittsburgh. Alcoa employs approximately 2,000 people at its Corporate Center in Pittsburgh and 60 at its principal office in New York.
Alcoa was named one of the top three most sustainable corporations in the world at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
On May 8, 2008, Klaus Kleinfeld was appointed CEO of Alcoa, succeeding Alain Belda. On April 23, 2010, Alcoa's board of directorselected Kleinfeld to the office of chairman, following Belda's planned retirement.
On July 16, 2012, Alcoa announced that it would take over full ownership and operation of Evermore Recycling and make it part of Alcoa's Global Packaging group. Evermore Recycling is a leader in used beverage can recycling, purchasing more recycled cans than any other group worldwide.
In June 2013, Alcoa announced it would permanently close its Fusina primary aluminium smelter in Venice, where production had been curtailed since June 2010.
On January 9, 2014, Alcoa reached a settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice over charges of bribing Bahraini officials. Under the terms of the settlement they will pay the SEC $175 million to settle the charges. To settle the criminal claims with the DOJ, Alcoa World Alumina (AWA, a company within Alcoa World Alumina and Chemicals) is pleading guilty to one count of violating the anti-bribery provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). AWA will pay the DOJ $223 million in five equal installments over the next four years, bringing the company's total bill for the scandal to $384 million.
In June 2016, Alcoa announced plans to split itself into two companies. A new company, Arconic, would take over the business of designing and building processed metal parts, primarily for the automotive and aerospace industries, while the Alcoa name would be remain on a company that continued the mining, smelting, and refining of raw aluminum. The split was completed on November 1.
In April 2017, Alcoa announced that it would relocate its corporate headquarters back to Pittsburgh as part of a general consolidation of administrative facilities around the world.
The Political Economy Research Institute ranks Alcoa 15th among corporations emitting airborne pollutants in the United States. The ranking is based on the quantity (13 million pounds in 2005) and toxicity of the emissions. In April 2003, Alcoa Inc. agreed to spend an estimated $330 million to install a new coal-fired power plant with state-of-the-art pollution controls to eliminate the vast majority of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide emissions from the power plant at Alcoa's aluminum production facility in Rockdale, Texas. The settlement was the ninth case the Bush administration pursued to bring the coal-fired power plant industry into full compliance with the Clean Air Act. Alcoa was unlawfully operating at the Rockdale facility since it overhauled the Rockdale power plant without installing necessary pollution controls and without first obtaining proper permits required by "New Source Review" program of the Clean Air Act. In February 1999, Alcoa cleaned soils and sediment contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) and lead at the York Oil federal Superfund site in Moira, New York, in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency. The site, a former waste oil recycling storage facility, accepted waste oil from a number of companies, including Alcoa. The facility was improperly managed and operated and, as a result, soils on the York Oil Property and nearby wetlands sediments and groundwater were contaminated. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a Superfund Unilateral Order on December 31, 1998, requiring Alcoa to excavate, treat and dispose of the contaminated wetlands sediments.
Alcoa formed the Alcoa Minerals of Jamaica subsidiary on the island in 1959, shipping their first load of bauxite in 1963 from Rocky Point. Later in 1972, Alcoa established a 500,000 metric tonne per year refinery where they process bauxite into alumina. They have continued to upgrade the plant through the years and its now capable 1,425,000 metric tonnes per year. In 1988 the Jamaican government gained a 50% share in the subsidiary and renamed the operation to Jamalco, Alcoa being the managing partner. Expansion of the operation in 2007 resulted in Alcoa owning a total of 55% of the operation. Alcoa continues to mine bauxite in the Jamaican parishes of Clarendon and Manchester while competitors' operations take place in nearby parishes.
Alcoa's affiliate in Ghana, the Volta Aluminum Company, was completely closed between May 2003 and early 2006, due to problems with its electricity supply.
The Fjardaál smelter in eastern Iceland was completed in June 2007, and brought into full operation the following April. The plant processes 940 tons of aluminum a day, with a capacity of 346,000 metric tons a year, making it Alcoa's second largest capacity smelter. For power, the plant relies on the Kárahnjúkar Hydropower Plant, constructed and operated by the state owned Landsvirkjun specifically for the smelting operation. That project was subject to controversy due to its impact on the environment.
In 2006, Alcoa and the government of Iceland signed an agreement on instigating a thorough feasibility study for a new 250,000 tpy (Tons Per Year) smelter in Bakki by Húsavík in Northern Iceland. In October 2011, the proposed project was dropped because "the power availability and proposed pricing would not support an aluminum smelter".
Alcoa announced plans to close the office in Reykjavik.
On November 21, 2006, Alcoa announced that it planned to close the Waunarlwydd works in Swansea, with the loss of 298 jobs. Production ceased at the Swansea plant on January 27, 2007. A small site closure team worked at the site until December 31, 2008. The site is still owned by Alcoa, but is now managed locally and renamed, Westfield Industrial Park. Several of the large buildings are leased out to local businesses.
Alcoa operates bauxite mines, alumina refineries and aluminum smelters through Alcoa World Alumina and Chemicals, a joint venture between Alumina Limited and Alcoa. Alcoa operates two bauxite mines in Western Australia—the Huntly and Willowdale mines. Alcoa World Alumina and Chemicals owns and operates three alumina refineries in Western Australia: Kwinana, Pinjarra, and Wagerup. The Wagerup expansion plans have been put on hold due to the Global Financial Crisis. Two aluminum smelters are also operated in the state of Victoria at Portland and Point Henry; the Point Henry smelter was scheduled to be closed in August 2014. Alcoa Australia Rolled Products, a 100% Alcoa Inc. venture, operates two rolling mills. The Point Henry Rolling mill in Victoria and the Yennora rolling mill in N.S.W. have a combined rolling capacity of approx. 200,000 tonnes. Alcoa uses 12,600 GWh or 15% of Victoria's electricity annually.
Alcoa's Western Australian Wagerup plant has a troubled history in the context of claims that pollution from the plant has had an adverse impact on the health of members of the adjacent local community.
On January 3, 2003, Alcoa opened its new operations headquarters on the North Shore of Pittsburgh. This move came about after it donated its 50-year-old skyscraper headquarters in Downtown Pittsburgh to the Regional Development Authority.
Alcoa created a plant just outside Maryville in Blount County, Tennessee, which was the biggest provider of aluminum in the South. The area needed housing for workers, so Alcoa built many houses. The area eventually turned into a city and the wife of Alcoa hydro-engineer James Rickey came up with the name Alcoa as an acronym for Aluminum Company of America. The name Alcoa was, therefore, created specifically to name the town Alcoa, Tennessee, which was founded in 1919. Over time, the name Alcoa was unofficially used to reference the company as well, including its first employee-created credit union in the state. The Aluminum Company of America officially changed its name to Alcoa, Inc. in 1999.
Alcoa's Massena West plant is the longest operating smelter in the United States, having been in continuous operation since 1902. The Reynolds Aluminum Plant became Massena East when the companies merged in 2000.
Alcoa had a smelting plant in Badin, North Carolina from 1917 to 2007 and continued a hydroelectric power operation there until February 1, 2017 when the Yadkin Hydroelectric Project was sold to Cube Hydro.
Alcoa also operates an aluminum smelting plant of similar size to the one in Tennessee in Warrick County, Indiana, just east of Newburgh, Vectren Energy operates a coal power plant on the site to provide electricity.
Alcoa maintains several Research and Development Centers in the United States. The largest one, Alcoa Technical Center, is located East of its Pittsburgh Headquarters at Alcoa Center, Pennsylvania. The "Tech Center" is as large as some college campuses, has its own zip code and maintains an extensive intellectual and physical resource for innovation. Alcoa's extensive safety program continuously improves safety at the Tech Center. After Paul O'Neill became Alcoa CEO in 1987, Alcoa became one of the safest companies in the world, despite the aluminum industry's inherent risks.
Alcoa makes cans for the soft drink industry.
Alcoa plans to close offices in Richmond, Virginia; Nashville, Tennessee; and Chicago.
Alcoa is portrayed as the main sponsor of the CBS' 1953 program See It Now in George Clooney's Academy Award–nominated film Good Night, and Good Luck.
|Period||Date||Adjusted Actuals EPS||GAAP EPS|
|Q4 2020||2021-01-13||Future report Set alerts|
|Q3 2020||2020-10-14||Future report Set alerts|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||BMO Capital Markets||Hold|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||Cowen and Company||Hold|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||Credit Suisse Group AG||Buy|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Hold|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America Corp.||Buy||$11.00|
|2016-06-30||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America||Buy|
|2016-06-30||Reiterated Rating||Credit Suisse||Buy|
|2016-06-30||Reiterated Rating||Berenberg Bank||Hold||$9.00|
|2016-06-30||Reiterated Rating||Morgan Stanley||Overweight||$11.00 to $12.00|
|2016-06-30||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America Corp.||Buy|
|2016-06-30||Reiterated Rating||Credit Suisse Group AG||Buy|
|2016-06-17||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America||Buy|
|2016-06-15||Reiterated Rating||Rosenblatt Securities||Buy||$15.00|
|2016-06-14||Reiterated Rating||Berenberg Bank||Hold||$9.00|
|2016-05-31||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Buy|
|2016-05-31||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank AG||Buy|
|2016-05-29||Boost Price Target||Bank of America||Neutral to Buy||$10.50 to $11.00|
|2016-05-23||Upgrade||Bank of America||Neutral to Buy||$10.50 to $11.00|
|2016-05-19||Initiated Coverage||Goldman Sachs||Neutral||$9.00|
|2016-05-19||Initiated Coverage||Goldman Sachs Group Inc.||Neutral||$9.00|
|2016-04-26||Initiated Coverage||Rosenblatt Securities||Buy||$15.00|
|2016-04-15||Reiterated Rating||Credit Suisse||Outperform||$13.00|
|2016-04-15||Reiterated Rating||Morgan Stanley||Overweight||$11.00|
|2016-04-15||Reiterated Rating||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Neutral||$8.00 to $9.00|
|2016-04-12||Lower Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$14.00 to $13.00|
|2016-04-12||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America||Hold|
|2016-04-12||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Buy|
|2016-04-09||Reiterated Rating||Berenberg Bank||Hold|
|2016-04-06||Boost Price Target||Macquarie||Outperform||$11.00 to $12.00|
|2016-03-31||Reiterated Rating||Berenberg Bank||Hold||$9.00|
|2016-03-24||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Buy|
|2016-03-18||Reiterated Rating||Nomura Holdings Inc.||Neutral||$8.00|
|2016-03-17||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America||Neutral|
|2016-03-10||Initiated Coverage||Credit Suisse||Outperform||$13.00|
|2016-03-03||Downgrade||Bank of America||Buy to Neutral||$12.00 to $10.50|
|2016-03-03||Initiated Coverage||Berenberg Bank||Hold||$9.00|
|2016-03-02||Lower Price Target||Cowen and Company||Market Perform||$13.00 to $10.00|
|2016-01-14||Downgrade||Argus||Buy to Hold||$10.77 to $7.12|
|2016-01-13||Reiterated Rating||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Neutral|
|2016-01-12||Reiterated Rating||BMO Capital Markets||Market Perform||$11.00 to $9.00|
|2016-01-12||Lower Price Target||Deutsche Bank||Buy||$14.00 to $13.00|
|2016-01-12||Lower Price Target||Gabelli||Buy||$14.20 to $12.90|
|2016-01-12||Lower Price Target||Sterne Agee CRT||$11.00 to $10.00|
|2016-01-08||Upgrade||Macquarie||Neutral to Outperform||$11.00 to $13.00|
|2015-12-28||Reiterated Rating||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy|
|2015-12-22||Lower Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$15.00 to $14.00|
|2015-11-23||Reiterated Rating||Citigroup Inc.||Buy||$12.00|
|2015-11-09||Downgrade||Nomura||Buy to Neutral||$14.00 to $8.00|
|2015-10-09||Boost Price Target||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Neutral||$8.00 to $9.50|
|2015-10-09||Reiterated Rating||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$18.00 to $15.00|
|2015-10-09||Boost Price Target||RBC Capital||Sector Perform||$12.00 to $14.00|
|2015-10-09||Boost Price Target||Royal Bank Of Canada||Sector Perform||$12.00 to $14.00|
|2015-10-05||Lower Price Target||Deutsche Bank||Buy||$16.00 to $14.00|
|2015-09-30||Reiterated Rating||Citigroup Inc.||Buy|
|2015-09-29||Reiterated Rating||S&P Equity Research||Buy||$15.00|
|2015-09-28||Reiterated Rating||Bank of America||Buy|
|2015-09-24||Reiterated Rating||Citigroup Inc.||Buy|
|2015-09-16||Reiterated Rating||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy|
|2015-09-16||Reiterated Rating||Morgan Stanley||Buy||$14.00|
|2015-09-08||Upgrade||Bank of America||Neutral to Buy||$13.00 to $12.00|
|2015-08-25||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Buy||$16.00|
|2015-07-15||Lower Price Target||Cowen and Company||Market Perform||$16.00 to $13.00|
|2015-07-10||Reiterated Rating||Morgan Stanley||Buy|
|2015-07-10||Reiterated Rating||Argus||Buy||$20.00 to $16.00|
|2015-07-10||Reiterated Rating||Citigroup Inc.||Buy||$18.00 to $15.00|
|2015-07-08||Reiterated Rating||Sterne Agee CRT||Neutral||$12.00|
|2015-07-08||Lower Price Target||Macquarie||Neutral||$13.00 to $12.00|
|2015-07-08||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Buy||$19.00 to $16.00|
|2015-07-02||Reiterated Rating||Sterne Agee CRT||Neutral||$12.00|
|2015-07-02||Lower Price Target||Deutsche Bank||Buy||$19.00 to $16.00|
|2015-07-02||Lower Price Target||Macquarie||Neutral||$13.00 to $12.00|
|2015-06-29||Reiterated Rating||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$19.00 to $18.00|
|2015-06-29||Lower Price Target||Morgan Stanley||Buy||$16.00|
|2015-06-22||Downgrade||Sterne Agee CRT||Buy to Neutral||$11.93 to $12.00|
|2015-05-28||Reiterated Rating||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Neutral||$15.00 to $14.00|
|2015-05-07||Reiterated Rating||Sanford C. Bernstein||Outperform||$22.00|
|2015-05-07||Reiterated Rating||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Neutral||$16.50 to $15.00|
|2015-05-01||Upgrade||Standpoint Research||Hold to Buy||$18.00|
|2015-04-22||Initiated Coverage||Cleveland Research||Neutral|
|2015-04-13||Set Price Target||Citigroup Inc.||Buy||$20.00 to $18.00|
|2015-04-09||Reiterated Rating||Sterne Agee CRT||Buy||$23.00 to $21.00|
|2015-04-09||Lower Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$20.00 to $19.00|
|2015-04-02||Set Price Target||Sanford C. Bernstein||Buy||$22.00|
|2015-03-31||Set Price Target||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Hold||$18.50 to $16.50|
|2015-03-10||Set Price Target||Nomura||Buy||$23.00|
|2015-03-06||Set Price Target||Citigroup Inc.||Buy||$21.00 to $20.00|
|2015-03-04||Downgrade||Bank of America||Buy to Neutral|
|2015-02-09||Downgrade||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Overweight to Neutral||$20.00 to $18.50|
|2015-01-23||Lower Price Target||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Overweight||$22.00 to $20.00|
|2015-01-13||Reiterated Rating||Sterne Agee CRT||Buy||$20.00|
|2015-01-12||Upgrade||Nomura||Neutral to Buy||$15.00 to $23.00|
|2014-12-30||Initiated Coverage||Goldman Sachs||Buy|
|2014-12-18||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Buy||$20.00|
|2014-12-04||Initiated Coverage||Wells Fargo & Co.||Outperform||$23.00|
|2014-12-04||Initiated Coverage||Wells Fargo||Outperform||$23.00|
|2014-12-01||Upgrade||Citigroup Inc.||Neutral to Buy||$12.50 to $21.00|
|2014-11-18||Initiated Coverage||BMO Capital Markets||Market Perform|
|2014-10-27||Upgrade||Deutsche Bank||Hold to Buy||$16.00 to $20.00|
|2014-10-17||Reiterated Rating||Macquarie||Neutral||$11.00 to $13.00|
|2014-10-10||Upgrade||Tigress Financial||Buy to Strong-Buy|
|2014-10-09||Boost Price Target||Argus||Buy||$18.00 to $20.00|
|2014-10-09||Reiterated Rating||Nomura||Neutral||$12.00 to $15.00|
|2014-09-30||Upgrade||Bank of America||Neutral to Buy||$16.00 to $18.00|
|2014-09-25||Boost Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Neutral to Buy||$17.00 to $20.00|
|2014-09-23||Initiated Coverage||Tigress Financial||Buy|
|2014-09-22||Lower Price Target||RBC Capital||Sector Perform||$19.00 to $18.00|
|2014-09-09||Initiated Coverage||Sanford C. Bernstein||Outperform||$22.00|
|2014-09-08||Initiated Coverage||Sanford C. Bernstein||Outperform||$22.00|
|2014-08-12||Reiterated||Cowen||Market Perform||$12 to $16|
|2014-08-12||Boost Price Target||Cowen and Company||Market Perform||$12.00 to $16.00|
|2014-07-29||Boost Price Target||Goldman Sachs||Buy||$17.00 to $20.00|
|2014-07-10||Boost Price Target||Macquarie||$10.00 to $11.00|
|2014-07-10||Reiterated Rating||Evercore ISI||Buy|
|2014-07-10||Upgrade||Morgan Stanley||Equal Weight to Overweight|
|2014-07-09||Set Price Target||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Overweight to Overweight||$15.00 to $18.50|
|2014-07-09||Boost Price Target||Argus||Buy||$15.00 to $18.00|
|2014-07-09||Reiterated Rating||Goldman Sachs||Buy|
|2014-07-09||Reiterated Rating||Sterne Agee CRT||Buy to Neutral||$18.00 to $16.00|
|2014-07-09||Boost Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$15.00 to $17.00|
|2014-07-09||Reiterated Rating||Nomura||Neutral||$8.00 to $12.00|
|2014-07-03||Reiterated Rating||Deutsche Bank||Hold||$10.00 to $15.00|
|2014-06-27||Reiterated||RBC Capital Mkts||Sector Perform||$15 to $16|
|2014-06-27||Reiterated||UBS||Neutral||$13.50 to $15|
|2014-06-27||Downgrade||S&P Equity Research||Strong Sell|
|2014-06-27||Reiterated Rating||Evercore ISI||Buy|
|2014-06-27||Boost Price Target||RBC Capital||Sector Perform||$15.00 to $16.00|
|2014-06-27||Reiterated Rating||Sterne Agee CRT||Buy||$15.00 to $18.00|
|2014-06-12||Upgrade||BMO Capital Markets||Underperform to Market Perform||$10.00 to $14.00|
|2014-06-02||Upgrade||Bank of America||Underperform to Neutral||$9.50 to $14.00|
|2014-05-09||Initiated Coverage||Northcoast Research||Buy||$17.00|
|2014-04-17||Upgrade||RBC Capital Mkts||Underperform to Sector Perform||$12 to $15|
|2014-04-17||Upgrade||RBC Capital||Underperform to Sector Perform||$12.00 to $15.00|
|2014-04-09||Reiterated||Stifel||Buy||$14 to $15|
|2014-04-09||Reiterated||Cowen||Market Perform||$11 to $12|
|2014-04-09||Reiterated||UBS||Neutral||$10 to $12.50|
|2014-04-09||Reiterated Rating||Cowen and Company||Hold||$11.00 to $12.00|
|2014-04-09||Boost Price Target||Argus||Buy||$13.00 to $15.00|
|2014-04-09||Boost Price Target||Jefferies Group||$10.00 to $12.50|
|2014-04-09||Boost Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$14.00 to $15.00|
|2014-04-07||Upgrade||Deutsche Bank||Sell to Hold||$7.50 to $10.00|
|2014-04-02||Boost Price Target||Cowen and Company||Market Perform||$11.00 to $12.00|
|2014-03-27||Upgrade||Macquarie||Underperform to Neutral||$5.00 to $10.00|
|2014-03-14||Initiated Coverage||Morgan Stanley||Buy||$15.00|
|2014-03-14||Initiated Coverage||Sterne Agee CRT||Buy||$11.89 to $15.00|
|2014-03-06||Downgrade||Standpoint Research||Buy to Hold|
|2014-02-11||Set Price Target||Goldman Sachs||$12.00 to $15.00|
|2014-01-29||Reiterated||Stifel||Buy||$11 to $14|
|2014-01-29||Boost Price Target||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$11.00 to $14.00|
|2014-01-21||Upgrade||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Neutral to Overweight||$9.00 to $15.00|
|2014-01-13||Boost Price Target||Jefferies Group||$8.00 to $10.00|
|2014-01-10||Boost Price Target||Deutsche Bank||Sell||$5.50 to $7.50|
|2013-11-25||Upgrade||Goldman Sachs||Neutral to Buy||$8.00 to $11.00|
|2013-11-08||Reiterated Rating||RBC Capital||Underperform|
|2013-10-09||Upgrade||Barclays||Underweight to Market Weight|
|2013-10-08||Reiterated Rating||Goldman Sachs||Neutral|
|2013-10-07||Downgrade||Morgan Stanley||Overweight to Equal Weight||$10.00 to $9.00|
|2013-10-04||Reiterated Rating||RBC Capital||Underperform||$9.00|
|2013-10-02||Downgrade||Deutsche Bank||Hold to Sell||$9.00 to $5.50|
|2013-07-09||Reiterated||BMO Capital Markets||Underperform||$8 to $7|
|2013-07-09||Reiterated||Barclays||Equal Weight||$10 to $9|
|2013-04-09||Reiterated||UBS||Neutral||$10 to $9|
|2013-01-09||Reiterated||RBC Capital Mkts||Underperform||$9.50 to $10|
|2012-09-27||Downgrade||Dahlman Rose||Buy to Hold|
|2012-07-11||Downgrade||BMO Capital Markets||Market Perform to Underperform|
|2012-07-10||Reiterated||Dahlman Rose||Buy||$14.65 to $13|
|2012-03-27||Reiterated||Stifel Nicolaus||Buy||$11 to $13|
|2012-01-10||Reiterated||UBS||Neutral||$9.50 to $10.25|
|2012-01-10||Reiterated||Dahlman Rose||Buy||$17.50 to $14.65|
|2012-01-10||Reiterated||Barclays Capital||Equal Weight||$13 to $11|
|2011-09-09||Reiterated||UBS||Neutral||$16.25 to $13|
|2011-08-12||Upgrade||BMO Capital Markets||Underperform to Market Perform||$15 to $14|
|2011-04-12||Reiterated||UBS||Neutral||$18 to $19.50|
|2011-04-12||Downgrade||BMO Capital Markets||Market Perform to Underperform|
|2011-01-14||Upgrade||Dahlman Rose||Hold to Buy||$22|
|2011-01-12||Reiterated||Barclays Capital||Equal Weight||$15 to $17|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||BMO Capital Markets||Hold|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||Cowen and Company||Hold|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||Credit Suisse Group AG||Buy|
|2016-07-12||Reiterated Rating||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||Hold|
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In AA 267 funds of 2184 total. Show all
|Fund name||Ticker shares|
|ORBIS HOLDINGS LTD||28.02M|
|Vanguard Group, Inc||17.67M|
|DIMENSIONAL FUND ADVISORS LP||7.11M|
|PRICE T ROWE ASSOCIATES INC /MD/||6.25M|
|Douglas C. Lane & Associates, Inc.||6.03M|
|STATE STREET CORP||5.65M|
|RENAISSANCE TECHNOLOGIES LLC||4.16M|
|BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.||3.71M|
|TWO SIGMA ADVISERS, LLC||3.44M|
|Fisher Asset Management, LLC||3.37M|
|TWO SIGMA INVESTMENTS LLC||2.94M|
|MASTERS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC||2.92M|
|GEODE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC||2.65M|
|D. E. Shaw & Co., Inc.||2.45M|
|Name Relationship||Total Shares||Holding stocks|
|ELLIOTT INTERNATIONAL, L.P.||2.95% (34749450)||AA / BTU / CTXS / ELX / MITL / NBHC /|
|ELLIOTT ASSOCIATES, L.P.||1.39% (16352683)||AA / BTU / CTXS / ELX / MITL / NBHC /|
|KLEINFELD KLAUS Chairman and CEO||0.08% (918498)||AA / HPQ / MS /|
|Jarrault Olivier M Executive Vice President||0.03% (352889)||AA /|
|Oplinger William F Executive VP & CFO||0.02% (228224)||AA /|
|Wilt Robert G Executive Vice President||0.01% (169578)||AA /|
|Blankenship Charles P Executive Vice President||0.01% (140790)||AA /|
|Hess David P||0.01% (130504)||AA / CYT / RTI / UTX /|
|Meggers Kay Executive Vice President||0.01% (126641)||AA /|
|Roegner Eric V Executive Vice President||0.01% (117028)||AA /|
|BARRIERE MICHAEL T. Executive Vice President||0.01% (85007)||AA /|
|Collins Robert Sean Vice President and Controller||0.01% (78385)||AA / CCI /|
|Nair Vasantha Executive Vice President||0.01% (60485)||AA /|