On Thursday, Shares of Office Depot Inc (NASDAQ:ODP), subtract -3.83% and closed at $3.26 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $3.26 and $3.36. Office Depot, Inc. (ODP), a leading global provider of office products, services, and solutions, through its Office Depot and OfficeMax brands, recently declared that after reviewing both business and personal dynamics this year, all Office Depot and OfficeMax stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, allowing associates to spend time with their family and friends.
“As we evaluated our store hours for this holiday and weighed the business and personal considerations, we decided it was best to provide our associates with the day off to spend time with family and friends by closing our retail stores on Thanksgiving Day,” said Troy Rice, chief operating officer of North America for Office Depot, Inc. “While our stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, customers can shop our website starting at 12:01a.m. on Thursday for great Black Friday deals on laptops, gifts and office supplies.”
Marathon Petroleum Corp (NYSE:MPC), dropped -0.24% and closed at $41.56 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $40.44 and $41.79. The company’s Market capitalization is $21.82 Billion with the total outstanding Shares of 528.76 million. Marathon Petroleum Corporation, together with its auxiliaries, engages in refining, marketing, retailing, and transporting petroleum products mainly in the United States. It operates through three segments: Refining & Marketing, Speedway, and Midstream. The company refines crude oil and other feed stocks at its seven refineries in the Gulf Coast and Midwest regions of the United States; and purchases ethanol and refined products for resale. Its refined products include gasoline, distillates, propane, feed stocks and special products, heavy fuel oil, and asphalt. The company also sells transportation fuels and convenience products in the retail market through Speedway convenience stores; and transports crude oil and other feed stocks to its refineries and other locations. Marathon Petroleum Corporation markets its refined products to resellers, consumers, independent retailers, wholesale customers, marathon-branded independent entrepreneurs, its Speedway convenience stores, airlines, transportation companies, and utility companies, in addition to exports its refined products. As of December 31, 2015, it owned, leased, and had ownership interests in about 8,400 miles of crude oil and refined product pipelines, in addition to owned and operated 2,766 gasoline and convenience stores in 22 states of the United States; and had 5,600 retail outlets operated by independent entrepreneurs in 19 states in the United States.
Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (NASDAQ:EFII), dropped -7.60% and closed at $43.06 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $35.88 and $50.09. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $35.88 and reached to max level of $50.09. – Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 Cupid’s Cup Entrepreneurship Competition, presented by Under Armour Founder and CEO Kevin Plank. As the signature program of the Plank Foundation for Entrepreneurship (PFE) with over ten successful years of tremendous growth, 2017 will bring another evolution as the competition moves to Chicago, with Northwestern University hosting the event next spring. The University’s reputation of being a top-tier incubator for entrepreneurs offers the perfect opportunity to expand Cupid’s Cup and continue to grow the competition. The expansion to Northwestern University marks the start of a rotation of host venues, as Cupid’s Cup continues to move across the nation.
As a thought leader and advocate of entrepreneurship, Plank continues to inspire the entrepreneurial spirit with his own success story. The name of the event is a nod to one of Plank’s first businesses – Cupid’s Valentine Rose Delivery – an enterprise that he started as a student at the University of Maryland to sell roses on campus. Those profits eventually became the seed money that launched Under Armour.