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Western Union Co (WU.N)

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Tue, May 1 2018

BRIEF-Western Union Q1 GAAP Earnings Per Share $0.46

* Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.42 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S

BRIEF-Western Union Co Says CEO Hikmet Ersek's 2017 Total Compensation Was $9.7 Mln

* WESTERN UNION CO - CEO HIKMET ERSEK'S 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $9.7 MLN VS $9.3 MLN IN 2016 - SEC FILING Source text: (https://bit.ly/2q4eumo) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Western Union Co Says CEO Hikmet Ersek's FY 2017 Total Compensation Was $9.7 Mln

* WESTERN UNION CO SAYS CEO HIKMET ERSEK'S FY 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $9.7 MILLION VERSUS $9.3 MILLION IN FY 2016 - SEC FILING Source text: (https://bit.ly/2Gg3b3T) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Western Union Reports Qtrly Loss Per Share $2.44

* COMPANY EXPECTS SOLID BUSINESS PERFORMANCE IN 2018; QUARTERLY DIVIDEND INCREASED 9%

BRIEF-ACCC Updates On Western Union-related Money Laundering Case

Jan 23 Australian Competition and Consumer Commission:

BRIEF-Ifresh Inc Says Engaged Western Union Company

* IFRESH SAYS ONCE SERVICES ARE ACTIVATED, CO'S LOCATIONS WILL PROVIDE WESTERN UNION SERVICES, INCLUDING MONEY TRANSFER, MONEY ORDER, AND BILL PAYMENTS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Western Union settles New York money laundering probe for $60 million

Western Union Co will pay $60 million to resolve allegations that it failed for more than a decade to maintain a program to deter and report transactions involving suspected criminal fraud and money laundering, New York’s financial regulator said on Thursday.

Western Union settles New York money laundering probe for $60 mln

Jan 4 Western Union Co will pay $60 million to resolve allegations that it failed for more than a decade to maintain a program to deter and report transactions involving suspected criminal fraud and money laundering, New York’s financial regulator said on Thursday.

BRIEF-NY Department Of Financial Services Fines Western Union $60 Mln

* DFS FINES WESTERN UNION $60 MILLION FOR VIOLATIONS OF NEW YORK'S ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING LAWS, "IGNORING SUSPICIOUS TRANSACTIONS" TO LOCATIONS IN CHINA

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