Canadian National Railway Co (CNR.TO)
18 May 2018
March 7 Canadian National Railway Co apologized on Wednesday for delays moving Western Canadian grain and its new interim chief executive said the company would spend more than C$250 million ($193 million) this year to improve its infrastructure.
March 7 Canadian National Railway Co said on Wednesday it would invest more than C$250 million ($193 million) this year to improve its infrastructure to ease grain supply issues in Western Canada.
BRIEF-Canadian National Railway Interim President, CEO JJ Ruest Said Company Will Quickly Improve Movement Of Western Canadian Grain
* CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY CO - INTERIM PRESIDENT, CEO JJ RUEST SAID COMPANY WILL QUICKLY IMPROVE MOVEMENT OF WESTERN CANADIAN GRAIN
March 5 Canadian National Railway Co Chief Executive Luc Jobin stepped down abruptly on Monday, as the board looks to "energize" the railroad's leadership amid a major supply crunch that has hurt profits and angered customers.
March 5 Canadian National Railway Co said on Monday Chief Executive Officer Luc Jobin is stepping down, effective immediately.
* CEO LUC JOBIN IS LEAVING CN; BOARD APPOINTS JEAN-JACQUES RUEST INTERIM CEO
* CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY CO FILES FOR DEBT SHELF OF UPTO $6.0 BILLION - SEC FILING Source text: (http://bit.ly/2EH9zQG) Further company coverage:
* CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY- ANNOUNCED DEBT OFFERING OF $900 MILLION, COMPRISED OF US$300 MILLION 2.400% NOTES DUE 2020, AND US$600 MILLION 3.650% NOTES DUE 2048 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* TSX closes down 73.34 points, or 0.45 percent, at 16,284.21
TORONTO, Jan 24 Canada's main stock fell on Wednesday, weighed by declines for financial shares, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc and Canadian National Railway Co, while gold mining stocks were boosted by higher gold prices.