Shares of CoreLogic, Inc.CLGX have gained 8% over the past year against 0.8% decline of the industry it belongs to.
Let’s delve deeper into the factors, which have contributed to the company’s outperformance.
Consecutive Earnings & Revenue Beat
CoreLogic came up with better-than-expected earnings and revenue performance in the last four quarters. While the top line benefited from strength in the company’s core mortgage and insurance and spatial solutions, the bottom line was aided by revenue growth, operating leverage, better business mix and cost efficiency programs.
CoreLogic is focused on operational excellence. Notably, during first-quarter 2020, adjusted EBITDA of $130 million improved 33% year over year. Adjusted EBITDA margin was 29%, up 600 basis points (bps). Operating income of $67 million soared more than 100% and operating margin increased a whopping 1000 bps to 15%.
It targets at least 30% adjusted EBITDA margin during 2020 by managing
A 2017 incident in which police attempted to use a Taser on Ahmaud Arbery offers a glimpse into the mentality that this year led two white men to chase him down and kill him, an attorney representing Arbery’s family said on Tuesday.
Arbery was killed on 23 February by Gregory and Travis McMichael, who chased him down while he was out for a run in Satilla Shores, Georgia.
In November 2017, Glynn county police officers stopped to question Arbery one morning as he sat alone in his car, according to documents and body camera footage obtained by the Guardian.
An officer attempted to use a Taser when Arbery became agitated and began to ask the officers why they were hassling him if he wasn’t committing a crime.
The officers suspected Arbery of using marijuana, but he
Free links from travel companies are now appearing dramatically higher in Google Search on desktop and mobile — but it isn’t because regulators have clamped down on the search engine or Google has reformed its advertising-tilted business practices.
The dearth of travel advertising because of the coronavirus pandemic has made Google’s pages look almost unrecognizable. For example, Google’s one-box of hotel search results, wth its maps and reviews directing consumers right into Google’s own travel business, is now the highest search result in many cases.
With travel ads largely missing from Google Search, the silver lining is that organic links from the likes of Tripadvisor, Booking.com, and Expedia are newly visible right below the “fold” on desktop, and on the second page in Google results on mobile.
To appreciate the depth of Google’s changes in search,
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