TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd said on Tuesday its aggressive efficiency push would pay off in a 40 percent increase in earnings this year, sending its shares to an all-time high even after it reported a sharp drop in profit on charges related to the restructuring. Management at CP Railway, Chief Executive Hunter Harrison said, "made a number of hard decisions this quarter … With these decisions now behind us, we anticipate record-setting financial and operational results starting in 2013. …
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