ADP - オ―トマティック・デ―タ・プロセッシング (Automatic Data Processing Inc.)


   Stock Market Today: Disney Halts Dividend; Worst ADP Report Ever  2020/05/06 20:25:22 InvestorPlace
Disney missed on earnings but reported strong growth in streaming. Nio's deliveries doubled. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
   ADP Reports 20 Million Jobs Lost: A Disaster Comparison Three Ways  2020/05/06 17:23:49 The Street
ADP reports 20.236 million jobs private vanished in April.
   Index ETFs Trade Mixed Wednesday As ADP Curbs Reopening Hopes  2020/05/06 17:18:48 ETF Trends
Stocks are trading mixed to lower on Wednesday as oil is slipping from yesterday, and dismal ADP Employment Change data are damping enthusiasm over plans to reopen the economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq are all essentially flat on the day as of 1245pm EST, as are some of the ETFs […] The post Index ETFs Trade Mixed Wednesday As ADP Curbs Reopening Hopes appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Jim Cramer on ADP Payrolls: 'We're On Thin Ice'  2020/05/06 15:34:07 The Street
Jim Cramer has some thoughts on the markets after the ADP private payroll numbers showed the unemployment levels many feared.
   Wall Street opens higher for third straight day despite dismal ADP report  2020/05/06 13:47:45 FXStreet
Wall Street's main indexes opened in the positive territory for the third straight day on Wednesday as hopes of the economy reopening outweighed the g
   Coronavirus: France's ADP considers closing Paris airport terminal  2020/03/12 09:44:05 Al Arabiya
ADP could close one of the three terminals at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport in north Paris to cut costs as the French airports operator faces a drop in traffic due to the coronavirus, French radio
   ADP US employment data coming up next  2020/03/04 13:12:12 Forexlive
February jobs in focus The consensus for ADP is +170K following a very-strong +291K reading in January. THe market is going to look past data until we get a handle on the full impacts of coronavirus. By Adam Button
   ADP (ADP) Down 10% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?  2020/02/28 16:31:12 Zacks Investment Research
ADP (ADP) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
   Experts say these 7 fintechs are prime takeover targets for 2020, including Robinhood and Chime  2020/02/26 13:00:00 Business Insider
2020 kicked off with a number of big deals that saw incumbents buying fintechs and other newer players, most recently Intuit's $7 billion deal to buy Credit Karma and Morgan Stanley's $13 billion announced deal for E-Trade. The deals show an appetite for startups with "big user bases, lots of consumer data, and proven ability to monetize those users," Peter Johnson, head of fintech investing at Jump Capital, told Business Insider. With a growing number of traditional players eager to evolve their businesses faster , innovation through acquisition seems a likely strategy. Business Insider spoke to a handful of industry insiders to learn which fintechs they see as likely M&A targets. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Big-ticket acquisitions have dominated headlines in 2020 , leading to one question: Who's next? Less than two months into the year, it's already shaping up to be a banner year for dealmaking by financial firms — particularly for deals with incumbents buying fintechs or newer players.
   Indian airports now turn hot destinations for foreign investors  2020/02/21 19:29:32 Livemint
ADP’s acquisition of a GMR stake makes it the second global airport operator to enter India in last three months.Groupe ADP will buy 24.99% of GMR in the coming days, and will acquire an additional 24.01% stake later
   Indian airports now turn hot destinations for foreign investors  2020/02/21 19:29:32 Livemint
ADP’s acquisition of a GMR stake makes it the second global airport operator to enter India in last three months.Groupe ADP will buy 24.99% of GMR in the coming days, and will acquire an additional 24.01% stake later
   CANADA FX DEBT-Canadian dollar retreats as investors worry about virus threat  2020/02/20 15:10:51 Reuters
The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Thursday as evidence of the coronavirus spreading outside of China weighed on investor sentiment, while a measure of domestic employment showed jobs rose for the seventh straight month. Stocks globally fell as South Korea reported a spike in new cases and Japan reported two new deaths, while research suggested the virus spreads faster than previously thought. Canada is a major exporter of commodities, including oil, so its economy could be hurt should the coronavirus outbreak slow global growth. U.S. crude oil futures were up 1.3%, supported by China's efforts to boost its economy and supply concerns in Venezuela and Libya. At 9:46 a.m. EST (1446 GMT), the Canadian dollar was trading 0.2% lower at 1.3241 to the greenback, or 75.52 U.S. cents. The currency traded in a range of 1.3212 to 1.3265. Canada added 25,900 jobs in January, led by hiring in the trade, transportation and utilities and construction sectors, according to a report from payroll services provider ADP released on Thursday.
   BofA integrates digital SMB tool with third-party platforms  2020/02/14 06:30:42 Bank Innovation
Bank of America is enhancing the capabilities of its digital cash management tool for small businesses, Business Advantage 360, by integrating with third-party platforms, including QuickBooks, Run Powered by ADP, G Suite by Google Cloud and Google Analytics. “Businesses go out of business many times because they don’t manage their cash flow properly,” said Sharon […]
   Spotlight on ADP  2020/02/10 06:30:00 Seeking Alpha
ADP (NASDAQ:ADP) is holding an Innovation Day today. Members of the ADP senior management team and technology organization will provide updates on the comp
   We did the math to calculate how many hours it takes America's top CEOs to make what their workers earn in one year  2020/02/09 14:47:00 Business Insider
While it's not surprising that CEOs make a lot more money than their employees, the massive extent of that pay gap can sometimes be overlooked. US companies are required to publish their chief executives' annual compensation, as well as the ratio of that compensation to the annual pay of the company's median employee. Using those ratios, we calculated how long it took CEOs at 19 of the biggest companies in the US to make what at typical employee earned in a year. Several CEOs, including Disney CEO Bob Iger and Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, took less than a day to make a typical employee's annual salary. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . CEOs make a lot more than the workers they oversee. We took a look at just how big that gap is at some of America's biggest corporations. One of the provisions of the post-financial-crisis Dodd-Frank reform bill requires corporations to disclose the ratio of their CEO's pay to that of the median employee at the company. Using those pay ratios, we calculated how long it would take the CEOs of big US companies to make what the median employee earned in a year.