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WEC Wisconsin Energy Corp.
Wisconsin Energy Corporation, through its subsidiaries, generates and distributes electric energy, as well as distributes natural gas. The company operates in two segments, Utility Energy and Non-Utility Energy. It generates electricity from coal, natural gas, wind, biomass, and hydro sources. The company provides electric utility services to customers in the mining, paper, foundry, food products, and machinery production industries, as well as to the large retail chains, municipally owned systems, rural cooperatives, and municipal joint action agencies; and gas utility services to the paper, food products, and fabricated metal products industries. It also generates, distributes, and sells steam. As of December 31, 2012, the company served approximately 1,125,700 electric customers in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan; approximately 1,074,000 gas customers in Wisconsin; and approximately 460 steam customers in metropolitan Milwaukee, Wisconsin under the We Energies name, as well as transported gas for approximately 1,600 customers. In addition, it invests in and develops real estate, including business parks and other commercial real estate projects primarily in southeastern Wisconsin. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin Energy Q2 Results Beat Estimates - Quick Facts30 Jul 2014, 5:17 amWisconsin Energy Corp. (WEC) Wednesday reported higher second-quarter 2014 net income of $133.0 million, or $0.58 a share, from $119.0 million, or $0.52 per share, a year ago. On average, 9 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to earn $0.52 per share for the quarter. Analysts' estimates typically exclude special items. According to the company, costs pertaining to Integrys ...
Wisconsin Energy posts 2014 second quarter and first half results30 Jul 2014, 5:00 amMILWAUKEE, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Wisconsin Energy (NYSE: WEC) today reported net income of $133.0 million or 58 cents a share for the second quarter of 2014. This compares with net income of $119.0 ...
Will Wisconsin Energy (WEC) Beat Q2 Earnings Estimates? - Analyst Blog29 Jul 2014, 3:24 pmWill Wisconsin Energy (WEC) Beat Q2 Earnings Estimates? - Analyst Blog
Will Wisconsin Energy (WEC) Beat Q2 Earnings Estimates?29 Jul 2014, 12:45 pmWisconsin Energy Corporation (WEC) is scheduled to report its second-quarter 2014 results on Jul 30, 2014.
Wisconsin Energy announces 2014 second quarter earnings news release and conference call23 Jul 2014, 10:20 amMILWAUKEE, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Wisconsin Energy Corporation (WEC) will issue its 2014 second quarter earnings news release before the stock market opens on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. A conference call for security analysts is scheduled for the same day at 1 p.m. Central time. A packet of detailed financial information will be available on the Wisconsin Energy website by 6:30 a.m ...
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Wisconsin Energy, Wisconsin Electric declare quarterly dividends17 Jul 2014, 1:17 pmMILWAUKEE, July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The boards of directors of Wisconsin Energy Corporation (NYSE: WEC) and Wisconsin Electric Power Company today declared quarterly dividends. Wisconsin Energy The ...
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Should you get involved in the Integrys–Wisconsin Energy deal?2 Jul 2014, 11:54 amIn merger arbitrage, you'll generally buy the acquired company's stock and sell short the acquiring company's stock. So how will this play out when you look at the Integrys-Wisconsin deal?