Connection (PC Connection, Inc.; NASDAQ: CNXN), an industry-leading technology solutions provider of a full range of information technology (IT) solutions to business, government, and education markets, has been named a 2019 HP Inc. Partner of the Year. HP’s annual Partner of the Year Awards recognized top-performing partners for exemplary achievements in growth and innovation. Connection was honored with an HP U.S. Personal Systems National Solution Provider of the Year Award.
"Channel partners are the lifeblood of our business, and it's a pleasure to recognize the achievements of this year's partner award winners, each of whom have demonstrated exceptional growth through innovation and a true commitment to our mutual customers,” said Scott Lannum, Vice President and General Manager, Americas Commercial Channel Sales, HP Inc. "We congratulate Connection on this well-deserved recognition, and thank them for their continued partnership with HP.”
This award reflects Connection’s ability to help customers meet the demands of the modern workplace with computing solutions that deliver greater productivity, efficiency, and security. 2020 marks a monumental shift in the way millions of Americans connect, collaborate, and get work done. Connection has been able to help customers transform their workspace and make the transition rapidly and securely with procurement offerings, support services, productivity tools, and HP solutions designed to bring enterprise-level efficiency and security to home and remote work.
Tim McGrath, President and Chief Executive Officer of Connection said, "It’s a tremendous honor to be recognized through the HP Partner of the Year Awards Program. I would like to thank the entire HP team for their support. Connection will continue to build on our partnership with HP and explore new ways to deliver the exceptional value, service, and industry-leading innovations our mutual customers deserve.”
PC Connection, Inc. and its subsidiaries, dba Connection, (www.connection.com; NASDAQ: CNXN) is a Fortune 1000 company headquartered in Merrimack, NH. With offices throughout the United States, Connection delivers custom-configured computer systems overnight from its ISO 9001:2015 certified technical configuration lab at its distribution center in Wilmington, OH. In addition, the Company has over 2,500 technical certifications to ensure that it can solve the most complex issues of its customers. Connection also services international customers through its GlobalServe subsidiary, a global IT procurement and service management company. Investors and media can find more information about Connection at https://ir.pcconnection.com.
Connection–Business Solutions (800.800.5555) is a rapid-response provider of IT products and services serving primarily the small-and medium-sized business sector. It offers more than 425,000 brand-name products through its staff of technically trained sales account managers, publications, and its website at www.connection.com.
Connection–Enterprise Solutions (561.237.3300), www.connection.com/enterprise, provides corporate technology buyers with best-in-class IT solutions, in-depth IT supply-chain expertise, and access to over 425,000 products and 1,600 vendors through TRAXX™, a proprietary cloud-based eProcurement system. The team’s engineers, software licensing specialists, and project managers help reduce the cost and complexity of buying hardware, software, and services throughout the entire IT lifecycle.
Connection–Public Sector Solutions (800.800.0019), is a rapid-response provider of IT products and services to federal, state, and local government agencies and educational institutions through specialized account managers, publications, and online at www.connection.com/publicsector.
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(RTTNews) - Sun Communities Inc. (SUI) reported that its net income attributable to common stockholders for the first-quarter ended March 31, 2021 was $24.8 million or $0.23 per share, compared to net loss of $16.1 million or $0.17 per share last year.
Core funds from operations for the first-quarter was $1.26 per share and OP unit compared to $1.22 in the corresponding period in 2020.
Total revenues for the first-quarter increased 42.4 percent to about $442.0 million from $310.3 million for the same period in 2020.
For fiscal year 2021, the company now expects earnings per basis share to be between $1.68 and $1.84 compared to the prior outlook of $1.66 and $1.82.
The company raised annual core funds from operations per share to range of $5.92 - $6.08 from $5.79 - $5.95.
(RTTNews) - Ahead of Friday's holiday for Labor Day, the Taiwan stock market stock had moved lower in two straight sessions, slipping almost 30 points or 0.2 percent along the way. The Taiwan Stock Exchange now sits just above the 17,565-point plateau and it may take further damage again on Monday.
The global forecast for the Asian markets suggests consolidation on sliding crude oil prices and another local surge in coronavirus cases. The European markets were mixed and the U.S. bourses were down and the Asian markets are also tipped to open in the red.
The TSE finished barely lower on Thursday following losses from the financials, technology stocks and cement companies.
For the day, the index eased 0.87 points or 0.00 percent to finish at 17,566.66 after trading between 17,548.30 and 17,709.23.
Among the actives, Cathay Financial skidded 1.32 percent, while Mega Financial rose 0.15 percent, CTBC Financial tumbled 1.94 percent, Fubon Financial retreated 1.38 percent, First Financial lost 0.43 percent, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company shed 0.33 percent, United Microelectronics Corporation plunged 5.50 percent, Hon Hai Precision dropped 0.85 percent, MediaTek skyrocketed 9.72 percent, Asia Cement fell 0.50 percent, Taiwan Cement tanked 2.07 percent and Largan Precision, Catcher Technology, E Sun Financial and Formosa Plastic were unchanged.
The lead from Wall Street is soft as the major averages opened lower on Friday and remained in the red throughout the trading day.
The Dow dropped 185.51 points or 0.54 percent to finish at 33,874.85, while the NASDAQ sank 119.86 points or 0.85 percent to end at 13,962.68 and the S&P 500 lost 30.30 points or 0.72 percent to close at 4,181.17.
For the week, the S&P 500 was nearly flat, while the Dow and the NASDAQ fell 0.5 percent and 0.4 percent, respectively. For the month, the NASDAQ spiked 5.4 percent, the S&P jumped 5.2 percent and the Dow climbed 2.7 percent.
The pullback on Friday reflected profit taking and a reaction to mixed earnings news from the likes of Twitter (TWTR), Chevron (CVX) and Exxon Mobil (XOM).
In economic news, the Commerce Department showing personal income skyrocketed in March, while the University of Michigan said consumer sentiment in the U.S. improved more than estimated in April.
Crude oil prices drifted lower on Friday, coming off six-week highs as worries about energy demand resurfaced amid a continued surge in coronavirus cases in Asia. West Texas Intermediate Crude oil futures for June ended down $1.43 or 2.2 percent at $63.58 a barrel.