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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) -
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) -
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 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 2,715
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 199
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -31
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 790

TECO Energy currently owns no operating assets but holds all of the common stock of Tampa Electric Company and directly, or through its subsidiary TECO Diversified, Inc., the other subsidiaries listed below. Unless otherwise indicated by the context, “TECO Energy” means the holding company, TECO Energy, Inc., and its subsidiaries, and references to individual subsidiaries of TECO Energy, Inc. refer to that company and its respective subsidiaries. TECO Energy is a public utility holding company exempt from registration under the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935.

Tampa Electric Company, a Florida corporation and TECO Energy’s largest subsidiary, through its Tampa Electric division (Tampa Electric) provides retail electric service to more than 612,000 customers in West Central Florida with a net system generating capability of 3,256 megawatts (MW).

TECO Transport Corporation, a Florida corporation, owns no operating assets but owns all of the common stock of four subsidiaries which provide waterborne transportation, storage and transfer services of coal and other dry-bulk commodities.

TECO Coal Corporation, a Kentucky corporation, owns no operating assets but owns all of the common stock of nine subsidiaries which own mineral rights, and own or operate surface and underground mines, synthetic fuel production facilities, and coal processing and loading facilities in eastern Kentucky, Tennessee and southwestern Virginia.

TECO Wholesale Generation, Inc. (TWG) (formerly TECO Power Services Corporation), a Florida corporation, has subsidiaries that have interests in independent power projects in Florida, Virginia, Hawaii, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas, Arizona and Guatemala, and has investments in unconsolidated affiliates that participate in independent power projects and electric distribution in other parts of the United States (U.S.) and Guatemala. As part of its renewed focus on core utility operations, TECO Energy revised its internal reporting information used for evaluating, measuring and making decisions with respect to the components which previously comprised the TECO Power Services (TPS) operating segment.

The revised operating segment, TWG Merchant, is comprised of all merchant operations which include the results of operations for the Frontera, Commonwealth Chesapeake, Dell and McAdams power plants, as well as the equity investment in other U.S. plants, and TECO EnergySource, Inc. (TES), the energy marketing operation for the merchant plants. The non-merchant assets that were formerly reported with TPS include the company’s interests in Florida, Hawaii and Guatemala and are now reported with Other Unregulated Companies.

TECO Energy’s other unregulated companies with continuing operations include the non-merchant operations of TECO Wholesale Generation as described above, TECO Solutions, Inc. (TECO Solutions), TECO Properties, Inc. (TECO Properties), and TECO Investments, Inc. The TECO Solutions’ subsidiaries provide mechanical contracting, air conditioning, electrical and plumbing systems and repair and maintenance services in Florida.

There is presently competition in Florida’s wholesale power markets, increasing largely as a result of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 and related federal initiatives. However, the state’s Power Plant Siting Act, which sets the state’s electric energy and environmental policy and governs the building of new generation involving steam capacity of 75 megawatts or more, requires that applicants demonstrate that a plant is needed prior to receiving construction and operating permits. In 2003, the FPSC implemented rules that modified rules from 1994 that required investor-owned electric utilities (IOUs) to issue RFP’s prior to filing a petition for Determination of Need for construction of a power plant with a steam cycle greater than 75 megawatts.

PGS is not in direct competition with any other regulated distributors of natural gas for customers within its service areas. At the present time, the principal form of competition for residential and small commercial customers is from companies providing other sources of energy, including electricity. In general, PGS faces competition from other energy source suppliers offering fuel oil, electricity and in some cases, propane. PGS has taken actions to retain and expand its commodity and transportation business, including managing costs and providing high quality service to customers.

The U.S. power plants that TWG indirectly owns and operates and those for which construction has been suspended are located in markets with a history of high load growth. However, the general U.S. economic slowdown over the past several years has slowed the growth in demand for power in some of these markets. In addition, the slowdown of electricity deregulation initiatives across the United States, including the markets that these facilities serve, caused in part by the failure of deregulation in California and other events, has allowed the traditional, incumbent utilities to continue to operate older, less efficient generating facilities in lieu of purchasing power from newer, more efficient independent power plants.

These factors have combined with aggressive plans by the independent power industry to add merchant power facilities to cause excess generating capacity that is either being built or has come on line in many markets. This excess supply has depressed both spot and forward prices. Accordingly, TWG has ceased work on any new power plant developments, and is active in its efforts to reduce its merchant exposure.



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Accuray Incorporated

Consolidating Sales at ARAY amid the fiscal period closing Dec 31 2022

Deteriorating business led to losses in the fiscal span closing December 31 2022, Sales sunk by -1.303 % to $114.76 millions and loss per share was at $-0.02 relative to $0.00 per share has achieved in the financial reporting period a year ago.

Corvel Corporation

The 9.044%, surge in Sales was very solid at in the fiscal period ending December 31 2022

The company achieved eps improvement of 26.32 % to $0.96 in the fiscal period ending December 31 2022, Sales increased by 9.044 % to $179.39 millions in comparison to $164.51 millions in the prior year reporting period.

Est E Lauder Companies Inc

Facing demanding business enviroment, with rather steep -16.591 %, Sales decrease, the the company over the second quarter of 2022 earnings season

For the financial interval ending December 31 2022 company net profit per share dived by -63.3 % of $1.09 per share compare to $2.97 a year before and profits fell by -19.26 % from $1.35 per share from the prior reporting period.

Sales receded considerably by -16.591 % to $4.62 billions from $5.54 billions in the same reporting period a year before and sequentially Sales improved by 17.557 % from $3.93 billions.

Synaptics Incorporated

Sharp slump in Earnings per Share at the Semiconductors company during the second quarter of 2022

For the second quarter of 2022 Synaptics Incorporated EPS dived by -67.84 % of $0.55 per share compare to $1.71 a year prior and EPS dropped by -65.41 % from $1.59 per share from the prior reporting season.

Sales decreased considerably by -16.029 % to $353.10 millions from $420.50 millions in the same reporting season a year prior and sequentially Sales fell by -21.201 % from $448.10 millions.

Open Text Corp

Profits Rose by 200 % but Revenues took a dive at the OTEX over the October to December 31 2022 interval

Open Text Corp reported impressive income growth of 200 % to $0.96 per share, on fading Sales of -22.882 % to $810.92 millions in the second quarter of 2022 financial report, compared to the prior year.


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Commercial Electric Revenues (millions $)   Commercial Electric Revenues (millions $) Decline   
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Average Electric customers (thousands)    Average Electric customers (thousands) Growth   
Residential Electric Sales (millions KWh)   Residential Electric Sales (millions KWh) Decline   
Commercial Electric Sales (millions KWh)   Commercial Electric Sales (millions KWh) Decline   
Industrial Phosphate Electric Sales (millions KWh)   Industrial Phosphate Electric Sales (millions KWh) Decline   
Industrial Other Electric Sales (millions KWh)    Industrial Other Electric Sales (millions KWh) Growth   
Other Electric Sales (millions KWh)   Other Electric Sales (millions KWh) Decline   
Resale Electric Sales (millions KWh)   Resale Electric Sales (millions KWh) Decline   
Total Electric Sales (millions KWh)   Total Electric Sales (millions KWh) Decline   
Residential Gas Revenues (millions $)    Residential Gas Revenues (millions $) Growth   
Commercial Gas Revenues (millions $)   Commercial Gas Revenues (millions $) Decline   
Industrial Gas Revenues (millions $)   Industrial Gas Revenues (millions $) Decline   
Off System Gas Revenues (millions $)   Off System Gas Revenues (millions $) Decline   
Power generation Revenues (millions $)   Power generation Revenues (millions $) Decline   
Other Gas Revenues (millions $)   Other Gas Revenues (millions $) Decline   
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Residential Gas Sales (millions Therms)    Residential Gas Sales (millions Therms) Growth   
Commercial Gas Sales (millions Therms)   Commercial Gas Sales (millions Therms) Decline   
Industrial Gas Sales (millions Therms)   Industrial Gas Sales (millions Therms) Decline   
Off System Gas Sales (millions Therms)   Off System Gas Sales (millions Therms) Decline   
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