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    1. What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Wednesday, Dec. 3

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      Tue, 2 Dec 2014

      Eikon users can register at . Thomson One users can register at RT/DAY/US. All times in ET/GMT) The Automatic Data Processing employment report will offer an early read on the U.S. labor market situation in November. Private payrolls

    2. From Barron’s, December 1, 2014 (Part 2)

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      Sat, 29 Nov 2014

      banking. Data this week: ISM manufacturing index on Monday; construction spending, light-vehicle sales on Tuesday; ADP payroll survey, ISM nonmanufacturing index, annual corruption report, Fed’s beige book, Q3 productivity on Wednesday; job

    3. ADP Starts Its Fiscal Year on a Good Note

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      Wed, 29 Oct 2014

      Automatic Data Processing 's first-quarter results ..... its mature presence in the payroll processing market. The Professional ..... part of a larger trend as ADP expands its business to encompass ..... services are not as moaty as the payroll business on a stand-alone basis ..... is difficult to predict, ADP has substantial leverage

    4. Is Buy-and-hold Strategy good enough for dividend growth investors?

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      Sun, 12 Oct 2014

      because of their dividend growth history - Automatic Data Processing ( ADP ), Glacier Bancorp (GBCI), Home Depot ..... Sysco (SYY), and Travelers Group (TRV). Automatic Data Processing ( ADP ) raised its dividend every year growing it

    5. Watch for Revisions, Wage Data in Friday's Job Report

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      Thu, 2 Oct 2014

      Glaser. After August's disappointing payroll report with only 142,000 jobs added ..... Glaser: So, we got a first read from ADP on private sector jobs. They said 213 ..... interesting thing about the number is that ADP really didn't get close to the government ..... usually a big, big, big adjustment to the ADP numbers after they've blown a forecast

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      Jeremy Glaser: For Morningstar, I'm Jeremy Glaser. After August's disappointing payroll report with only 142,000 jobs added, investors are very focused on September's numbers. I'm here with Bob Johnson--he is our director of economic analysis--for a preview of that report. Bob, thanks for joining me. Bob Johnson: Well, thank you for having me today. Glaser: So, we got a first read from ADP on private sector jobs. They said 213,000 added. What do you think about that number? Does it bode well for Friday? Johnson: I think it's a great number on several levels. At 213,000, it's up from the previous month, which they now have at 202,000. So, that improvement is nice to see, and it means the trend is generally better. The other interesting thing about the number is that ADP really didn't get close to the government number. In August, the government said 142,000; they're now saying 202,000. There is usually a big, big, big adjustment to the ADP numbers after they've blown a forecast, and now it's interesting to see that they did not do that this time. It suggests that the government number may have to come up in the near future. Glaser: Let's take a closer look at the ADP report. I know you often look at the mix of small, medium, and large businesses--who is adding jobs. Anything surprising on that
      as well as the goods-producing side of the house. Glaser: Do these ADP numbers and other employment metrics that we've seen over the last couple of weeks support that 220,000 consensus for Friday's government report? Johnson: Absolutely. And I know everybody is very worried after the 142,000 that we saw in the official government report. I think that the ADP report combined with what I've seen in the JOLTS (Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey) report, what's in some of the ISM
    6. ADP Completes Spin-Off

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      Wed, 1 Oct 2014

      offset by an $825 million dividend ADP will receive as part of the transaction ..... connection between this business and ADP 's core payroll business. If anything, we believe this decision was overdue. ADP will devote the $825 million to stock

    7. From Barron’s, September 29, 2014 (Part 2)

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      Sat, 27 Sep 2014

      Shiller home price indexes, Chicago PMI, consumer confidence, Japan industrial output, euro-zone inflation on Tuesday; ADP payroll survey, ISM manufacturing index, construction spending, light vehicle sales, Japan tankan business confidence on Wednesday

    8. Recent Trends Continue for Paychex in Fiscal 1Q

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      Wed, 24 Sep 2014

      increased 9% year over year. While the payroll segment continued to record only modest growth ..... trends at Paychex’s larger peer, ADP , and we are pleased to see these companies ..... expand the moat around their traditional payroll business. While these ancillary services are not as moaty as the payroll business on a stand-alone basis, in

    9. Paying Dividends Is a Priority for This Payroll Firm

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      Fri, 1 Aug 2014

      People are reluctant to switch payroll service providers because ..... don't want to get your payroll wrong--you're really ..... Secondly, as part of the payroll process, Paychex collects ..... its big rival, [TICKER: ADP ] Automatic Data Processing ( ADP ), into some kind

      Automatic Data Processing ADP found at 6:47

      some cloud-based service provider that will push Paychex or even its big ADP Automatic Data Processing ( ADP ), into some kind of a bind. I don't really see that happening. You don't want to turn over the handling of your
    10. Bull Stumbles

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      Thu, 24 Jul 2014

      acceleration in improvement in the labor market. ADP reported June payrolls rose by 281,000 jobs, while the Bureau of Labor ..... enthusiastic. Important Disclosures The ADP Employment Change report, sponsored by the ADP Employer Services, is a montly report that ..... percentage of the labor force. Non-farm payroll employment – the number of employees working

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