On Friday, Shares of Hormel Foods Corp (NYSE:HRL), subtract -0.03% and closed at $34.78 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $34.50 and $35.04. Hormel Foods Corporation (HRL) recently declared the recipients of its $10,000 2016 Hormel Heroes Scholarships. The Hormel Heroes Scholarship Program was created by Hormel Foods to support female students with military backgrounds pursuing careers in culinary arts or a foodservice administration related program, and is administered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF).
“Hormel Foods has a long history or supporting the military. From producing SPAM® products to assist feed allied troops during World War II, to producing products for the military recently and providing employment opportunities for veterans, we are inspired by those who serve or have served our country,” said Jeff Baker, group vice president of foodservice, Hormel Foods. “We are proud to provide these scholarships to assist these veterans foster their careers in the foodservice industry.”
Boeing Co (NYSE:BA), jumped 0.58% and closed at $148.52 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $146.56 and $148.60. The company’s Market capitalization is $92.18 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 617.17 million. Fluor Corporation (FLR) declared recently that the Brunswick County Power Station has been named Best Project in the energy/industrial category in addition to Excellence in Safety Best Project by Engineering News-Record (ENR) Mid-Atlantic. Fluor designed, constructed and commissioned the 1,358-megawatt natural gas combined-cycle facility for Dominion Virginia Power.
The ENR Mid-Atlantic awards program features 18 categories dedicated to honoring the best construction projects and the companies that designed and built them. Judges selected the winning projects from 65 nominations in the Mid-Atlantic region, which encompasses Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. Projects were evaluated on the ability of the project team to overcome challenges, contribution to the industry and community, safety, and construction and design quality.