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|Day's Range||150.65 - 154.00|
|52 Week Range||69.16 - 157.08|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.07|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr. 30, 2019|
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Donald Trump won the U.S. presidency four years ago, in part, by a promise to Midwest factory workers that he would stop companies like Schneider Electric SE from moving jobs out of the country. Schneider’s plant, which produced electrical equipment near the center of this tiny town north of Indianapolis, closed in April, shedding 306 jobs. Regina McDowell, who worked there 42 years and said it was the only job she ever had other than teenage babysitting, said she went through a “bit of a depression” when it closed.
NORTH READING, Mass., Oct. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Teradyne, Inc. (NASDAQ:TER) announced the election of Peter Herweck to its Board of Directors effective November 9, 2020. Mr. Herweck was also appointed to the Board’s Compensation and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees. “We are excited to have Peter join Teradyne’s Board of Directors,” said Roy Vallee, Teradyne Chairman. “His deep understanding of industrial automation along with his insights from leading complex, global enterprises serving a broad range of customers will be valuable additions to our Board as Teradyne expands its position in advanced industrial automation.”Since 2016, Mr. Herweck is Member of the Executive Committee and Executive Vice President Industrial Automation at Schneider Electric SE, a €27.2 billion company. Schneider Electric (Euro Stoxx 50: SU) is providing energy and automation digital solutions for efficiency and sustainability. He is Vice Chairman of the Board of AVEVA Group plc, global leader in Industrial Software (FTSE100: AVV). Peter began his career at Mitsubishi Electric as a software development engineer in Japan before joining Siemens in 1993. At Siemens, he held a variety of leadership positions in the automation field including President of the Industry Sector in North-East Asia, Head of Corporate Strategy, and CEO of the Process Industries & Drives division.Mr. Herweck studied automation technology at Saarland University of Applied Sciences, Germany, and received a Master's degree in electrical engineering from University de Metz, France. He holds a MBA from Wake Forest University, NC, and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.About TeradyneTeradyne (NASDAQ:TER) brings high-quality innovations such as smart devices, life-saving medical equipment and data storage systems to market, faster. Its advanced test solutions for semiconductors, electronic systems, wireless devices and more ensure that products perform as they were designed. Its Industrial Automation offerings include collaborative and mobile robots that help manufacturers of all sizes improve productivity and lower costs. In 2019, Teradyne had revenue of $2.3 billion and today employs 5,500 people worldwide. For more information, visit teradyne.com. Teradyne® is a registered trademark of Teradyne, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.For more information, contact: Andy Blanchard Investor Relations Tel 978.370.2425 email@example.com
Schneider, whose products range from electrical car chargers to industrial robotics, now expects revenue to fall 5%-7% this year, compared with a slide of 7%-10% it forecast in July, lifting it above a company-provided analysts' consensus forecast. The company also upgraded its full-year core profit margin target to 15.1%-15.4% from 14.5%-15.0% previously, and confirmed its aim to increase this to around 17% by 2022. Schneider's quarterly revenue has risen for the first time this year, compared with 2019, helped by its energy management division - which serves buildings, data centres and infrastructure, and posted growth across all its regions.