Since 31 March 2014 is the company ABO-Group listed on Euronext Brussels. ABO-Group is the new name of Thenergo.
ABO-Group has developed into a cluster of integrated environmental companies specialized in testing en engineering in various sectors such as soil, geo-technics, environment, energy and waste management.
To celebrate this event, Frank Palmenaer, CEO of ABO-Group opened the markets with a Bell Ceremony on 31 March 2014 together with the other representatives of ABO-Group
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the EFR Business Week and the collaboration between ING and EFR, Mark Pieter de Boer, Global Head of Financial Markets Sales of ING, sounds the gong.
This Wednesday the 2nd of April the official opening of the EFR Business Week takes place at Erasmus University. During the “World of Business” speakers from all over the world inspire students with their unique stories. For 30 years now the EFR Business Week has been the leading student organised conference in Europe. Every year at the beginning of April the event takes place at Erasmus University and other locations in Rotterdam.
Executives and guests of Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Aerohive Networks visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to celebrate the company’s completion of its initial public offering and first day of trading. Aerohive Networks began trading today on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “HIVE”.
To mark this special occasion, David K. Flynn, President and Chief Executive Officer, joined by members of the company’s senior management team, rang the NYSE Closing Bell.
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Benchmark U.S. stock indices finished higher on Friday, snapping two straight days of declines as increases in personal income and spending, along with speculation of potential stimulus measures in China raised sentiment. Discretionary and Energy led advancers on the S&P 500, while Healthcare and Telecom traded lower. Gold is flat and Oil is edging higher.
Data released earlier today from the Commerce Department showed U.S. consumers spent more in February as incomes increased for a second straight month. The reading offered hope the economy is picking up after an unusually long and cold winter.
Separately, the Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index dipped to 80.0 in March from 81.6 in February. It was little changed from a preliminary reading earlier this month.