RUTH - ル―スズ・ホスピタリティ・グル―プ (Ruth's Hospitality Group Inc.)

RUTHのニュース

   Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) Looks Good: Stock Adds 6.3% in Session  2020/05/27 13:18:00 Zacks Investment Research
Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.
   Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) Misses Q1 Earnings and Revenue Estimates  2020/05/08 11:30:07 Zacks Investment Research
Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -65.38% and -3.18%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Ruth's Chris is returning $20 million in federal loans after facing a backlash  2020/04/27 20:54:38 Business Insider
The owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House has said it will repay $20 million in federal loans after facing backlash for its access to the money, which was meant to aid small businesses. It's possible that Ruth's needed the funding, as restaurants face declining revenues with dining rooms closed across the US. But the company has also enjoyed several years of profits. Last year, Ruth's earned a profit of $42 million on revenue of $468 million. In turn, the company last year spent about $42 million on share repurchases and paying out dividends. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Ruth's Hospitality Group Inc, the owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House chain of restaurants, said last week it would quickly repay $20 million in federal loans after backlash against the company's access to the money, which was meant to aid struggling small businesses. The company, which operates or franchises 159 restaurants, announced the repayment after an online petition circulated with more than 260,000 signatures demanding that Ruth's return the loan.
   13 Public Companies Agree To Return $170 Million In Small Business Coronavirus Stimulus; Others Are Keeping It  2020/04/27 15:15:00 Zero Hedge
13 Public Companies Agree To Return $170 Million In Small Business Coronavirus Stimulus; Others Are Keeping It At least 13 public companies have agreed to return coronavirus funds meant for small businesses after controversy erupted when the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) ran out of funds, leaving many struggling business owners unable to make ends meet. According to the Wall Street Journal , one such company returning funds AutoNation , the country's largest car-dealership chain which said they would return a cumulative $77 million in forgivable loans. Other companies returning funds include Ruth's Hospitality Group, Shake Shack, and pharmaceutical manufacturer OptiNose , Inc. - which will return $4.4 million. Restaurant owner J. Alexander Holdings will return $15.1 million, while sandwich chain Potbelly Corp gave back their $10 million loan on Saturday. " We were surprised and disappointed when the fund was quickly exhausted, leaving many without help ," the company said in a carefully crafted statement.
   A new study shows over 100 public companies got $550 million of federal loans intended for 'small businesses'  2020/04/24 20:25:00 Business Insider
A report by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that 134 publicly traded companies got access to $550.6 million of loans available to "small businesses" via the federal stimulus package. Ashford Hospitality Trust claimed the largest Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, of $30.1 million, followed by Meritage Hospitality Group, which claimed $29.1 million. The PPP program's $349 billion of aid for small businesses was exhausted by April 16, less than two weeks after it was rolled out. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . A new report released by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that 134 publicly traded companies got access to $550.6 million of federal stimulus loans for small business. The report noted that Sen. Marco Rubio responded with a statement that his congressional committee would use subpoena power to conduct "aggressive oversight" of borrowers' certifications. In addition, the report stated that on April 23, "the Treasury Department updated a guidance document to suggest that big public companies are unlikely to qualify for the loans." Ashford Hospitality Trust claimed the largest PPP loan, of $30.1 million, followed by Meritage Hospitality Group, which claimed $29.1 million.
   Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) Looks Good: Stock Adds 6.3% in Session  2020/05/27 13:18:00 Zacks Investment Research
Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.
   Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) Misses Q1 Earnings and Revenue Estimates  2020/05/08 11:30:07 Zacks Investment Research
Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -65.38% and -3.18%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Ruth's Chris is returning $20 million in federal loans after facing a backlash  2020/04/27 20:54:38 Business Insider
The owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House has said it will repay $20 million in federal loans after facing backlash for its access to the money, which was meant to aid small businesses. It's possible that Ruth's needed the funding, as restaurants face declining revenues with dining rooms closed across the US. But the company has also enjoyed several years of profits. Last year, Ruth's earned a profit of $42 million on revenue of $468 million. In turn, the company last year spent about $42 million on share repurchases and paying out dividends. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Ruth's Hospitality Group Inc, the owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House chain of restaurants, said last week it would quickly repay $20 million in federal loans after backlash against the company's access to the money, which was meant to aid struggling small businesses. The company, which operates or franchises 159 restaurants, announced the repayment after an online petition circulated with more than 260,000 signatures demanding that Ruth's return the loan.
   13 Public Companies Agree To Return $170 Million In Small Business Coronavirus Stimulus; Others Are Keeping It  2020/04/27 15:15:00 Zero Hedge
13 Public Companies Agree To Return $170 Million In Small Business Coronavirus Stimulus; Others Are Keeping It At least 13 public companies have agreed to return coronavirus funds meant for small businesses after controversy erupted when the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) ran out of funds, leaving many struggling business owners unable to make ends meet. According to the Wall Street Journal , one such company returning funds AutoNation , the country's largest car-dealership chain which said they would return a cumulative $77 million in forgivable loans. Other companies returning funds include Ruth's Hospitality Group, Shake Shack, and pharmaceutical manufacturer OptiNose , Inc. - which will return $4.4 million. Restaurant owner J. Alexander Holdings will return $15.1 million, while sandwich chain Potbelly Corp gave back their $10 million loan on Saturday. " We were surprised and disappointed when the fund was quickly exhausted, leaving many without help ," the company said in a carefully crafted statement.
   A new study shows over 100 public companies got $550 million of federal loans intended for 'small businesses'  2020/04/24 20:25:00 Business Insider
A report by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that 134 publicly traded companies got access to $550.6 million of loans available to "small businesses" via the federal stimulus package. Ashford Hospitality Trust claimed the largest Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, of $30.1 million, followed by Meritage Hospitality Group, which claimed $29.1 million. The PPP program's $349 billion of aid for small businesses was exhausted by April 16, less than two weeks after it was rolled out. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . A new report released by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that 134 publicly traded companies got access to $550.6 million of federal stimulus loans for small business. The report noted that Sen. Marco Rubio responded with a statement that his congressional committee would use subpoena power to conduct "aggressive oversight" of borrowers' certifications. In addition, the report stated that on April 23, "the Treasury Department updated a guidance document to suggest that big public companies are unlikely to qualify for the loans." Ashford Hospitality Trust claimed the largest PPP loan, of $30.1 million, followed by Meritage Hospitality Group, which claimed $29.1 million.
   Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) Misses Q1 Earnings and Revenue Estimates  2020/05/08 11:30:07 Zacks Investment Research
Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -65.38% and -3.18%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   Ruth's Chris is returning $20 million in federal loans after facing a backlash  2020/04/27 20:54:38 Business Insider
The owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House has said it will repay $20 million in federal loans after facing backlash for its access to the money, which was meant to aid small businesses. It's possible that Ruth's needed the funding, as restaurants face declining revenues with dining rooms closed across the US. But the company has also enjoyed several years of profits. Last year, Ruth's earned a profit of $42 million on revenue of $468 million. In turn, the company last year spent about $42 million on share repurchases and paying out dividends. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Ruth's Hospitality Group Inc, the owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House chain of restaurants, said last week it would quickly repay $20 million in federal loans after backlash against the company's access to the money, which was meant to aid struggling small businesses. The company, which operates or franchises 159 restaurants, announced the repayment after an online petition circulated with more than 260,000 signatures demanding that Ruth's return the loan.
   13 Public Companies Agree To Return $170 Million In Small Business Coronavirus Stimulus; Others Are Keeping It  2020/04/27 15:15:00 Zero Hedge
13 Public Companies Agree To Return $170 Million In Small Business Coronavirus Stimulus; Others Are Keeping It At least 13 public companies have agreed to return coronavirus funds meant for small businesses after controversy erupted when the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) ran out of funds, leaving many struggling business owners unable to make ends meet. According to the Wall Street Journal , one such company returning funds AutoNation , the country's largest car-dealership chain which said they would return a cumulative $77 million in forgivable loans. Other companies returning funds include Ruth's Hospitality Group, Shake Shack, and pharmaceutical manufacturer OptiNose , Inc. - which will return $4.4 million. Restaurant owner J. Alexander Holdings will return $15.1 million, while sandwich chain Potbelly Corp gave back their $10 million loan on Saturday. " We were surprised and disappointed when the fund was quickly exhausted, leaving many without help ," the company said in a carefully crafted statement.
   A new study shows over 100 public companies got $550 million of federal loans intended for 'small businesses'  2020/04/24 20:25:00 Business Insider
A report by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that 134 publicly traded companies got access to $550.6 million of loans available to "small businesses" via the federal stimulus package. Ashford Hospitality Trust claimed the largest Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, of $30.1 million, followed by Meritage Hospitality Group, which claimed $29.1 million. The PPP program's $349 billion of aid for small businesses was exhausted by April 16, less than two weeks after it was rolled out. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . A new report released by S&P Global Market Intelligence found that 134 publicly traded companies got access to $550.6 million of federal stimulus loans for small business. The report noted that Sen. Marco Rubio responded with a statement that his congressional committee would use subpoena power to conduct "aggressive oversight" of borrowers' certifications. In addition, the report stated that on April 23, "the Treasury Department updated a guidance document to suggest that big public companies are unlikely to qualify for the loans." Ashford Hospitality Trust claimed the largest PPP loan, of $30.1 million, followed by Meritage Hospitality Group, which claimed $29.1 million.
   Ruth's Chris owner to speed repayment of US$20 million federal rescue loan  2020/04/23 22:40:49 Channel NewsAsia
Ruth's Hospitality Group Inc, owner of the Ruth's Chris Steak House chain of restaurants, on Thursday said it would quickly repay US$20 million of …

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