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workhorse

a horse used for nonrecreational activities
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Cowen analyst Jeffrey Osborne raised his estimate for Workhorse shares from $2.00 to $4.00 based on the company beginning production in the fourth quarter of more than 1,100 lightweight electric-powered NGEN vans.
Maria each scored 16 points off the bench for the Workhorse, who forced another showdown with the Supremos for the right to face the Quezon City Junior Capitals in the North Finals.
Upon final agreement, the entity, led by Workhorse founder Steve Burns, would acquire the facility.
GM said it is "in discussions" with Workhorse. Representatives of both companies expressed optimism that they can complete a deal, although they stressed that talks are in early stages and any agreement would have to be approved by the United Automobile Workers union.
Trump had earlier tweeted about the deal, which some analysts say helped boost Workhorse's penny stock (or a stock trading below $1.00) to a record high on Wall Street.
General Motors (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, has announced that its decommissioned Lordstown, Ohio plant is likely to be sold to Workhorse Group, a company that produces electric vehicles and aircraft.
It is claimed to indicate a key step in moving forward following Workhorse's change of leadership in February 2019.
Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto on Friday said he believes Senator Gringo Honasan, whom he describes as a 'silent workhorse', can lead the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) once he assumes his post as its new chief.
The Workhorse team has been working closely with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) throughout the development process and is currently carrying out manned test flights under FAA Experimental Certification.
Workhorse Group Inc (NASDAQ:WKHS) has closed its underwritten public offering of 9,000,000 shares of its common stock at USD1.15 per share, it stated on Monday.
The FAA said in June it would accept an application from Workhorse to type-certify its hybrid-electric SureFly VTOL.
An RAF source said: "This workhorse is absolutely essential to British forces.