CSX was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Jacksonville, US

Executive Vice President of Law and Public Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Vice President and Chief Transportation Officer

Chief Executive Officer

CSX has an office in Jacksonville

Jacksonville, US (HQ)

500 Water St

CSX's revenue was reported to be $2.9 b in Q1, 2017

USD

## Revenue (Q1, 2017) | 2.9 b |

## Net income (Q1, 2017) | 362 m |

## EBIT (Q1, 2017) | 712 m |

## Market capitalization (17-Aug-2017) | 45.2 b |

## Cash (31-Mar-2017) | 930 m |

CSX's current market capitalization is $45.2 b.

USD | FY, 2013^{} | FY, 2014^{} | FY, 2015^{} | FY, 2016^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|

## Revenue | 12 b | 12.7 b | 11.8 b | 11.1 b |

## Revenue growth, % | 5% | (7%) | (6%) | |

## EBIT | 3.5 b | 3.6 b | 3.6 b | 3.4 b |

## EBIT margin, % | 29% | 29% | 30% | 31% |

## Pre tax profit | 2.9 b | 3 b | 3.1 b | 2.7 b |

## Net Income | 1.9 b | 1.9 b | 2 b | 1.7 b |

USD | Q2, 2014^{} | Q3, 2014^{} | Q1, 2015^{} | Q2, 2015^{} | Q3, 2015^{} | Q1, 2016^{} | Q2, 2016^{} | Q3, 2016^{} | Q1, 2017^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

## Revenue | 3.2 b | 3.2 b | 3 b | 3.1 b | 2.9 b | 2.6 b | 2.7 b | 2.7 b | 2.9 b |

## EBIT | 997 m | 976 m | 843 m | 1 b | 933 m | 704 m | 840 m | 841 m | 712 m |

## EBIT margin, % | 31% | 30% | 28% | 33% | 32% | 27% | 31% | 31% | 25% |

## Pre tax profit | 850 m | 813 m | 711 m | 887 m | 799 m | 568 m | 707 m | 715 m | 582 m |

## Net Income | 529 m | 509 m | 442 m | 553 m | 507 m | 356 m | 445 m | 455 m | 362 m |

USD | FY, 2013^{} | FY, 2014^{} | FY, 2015^{} | FY, 2016^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|

## Cash | 592 m | 669 m | 628 m | 603 m |

## Inventories | 252 m | 273 m | 350 m | 407 m |

## Current Assets | 2.6 b | 2.6 b | 3 b | 2.5 b |

## Total Assets | 31.8 b | 33.1 b | 35 b | 35.4 b |

## Accounts Payable | 957 m | 845 m | 764 m | 806 m |

## Total Debt | 9 b | 9.5 b | 10.7 b | 11 b |

## Current Liabilities | 2.4 b | 2.1 b | 2 b | 2 b |

## Total Liabilities | 23.7 b | |||

## Additional Paid-in Capital | 61 m | 92 m | 113 m | 138 m |

## Retained Earnings | 9.9 b | 10.7 b | 11.2 b | 11.3 b |

## Total Equity | 10.5 b | 11.2 b | 11.7 b | 11.7 b |

## Debt to Equity Ratio | 0.9 x | 0.9 x | 0.9 x | 0.9 x |

## Debt to Assets Ratio | 0.3 x | 0.3 x | 0.3 x | 0.3 x |

## Financial Leverage | 3 x | 3 x | 3 x | 3 x |

USD | Q2, 2015^{} | Q3, 2015^{} | Q1, 2016^{} | Q2, 2016^{} | Q3, 2016^{} | Q1, 2017^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

## Cash | 438 m | 541 m | 731 m | 566 m | 603 m | 930 m |

## Inventories | 295 m | 309 m | 370 m | 399 m | 397 m | 415 m |

## Current Assets | 2.7 b | 2.5 b | 2.6 b | 2.2 b | 2.2 b | 2.7 b |

## Total Assets | 33.8 b | 34 b | 34.6 b | 34.6 b | 34.7 b | 35.7 b |

## Accounts Payable | 772 m | 842 m | 815 m | 766 m | 859 m | 898 m |

## Current Liabilities | 1.8 b | 1.9 b | 1.7 b | 2.3 b | 2.3 b | 2.3 b |

## Additional Paid-in Capital | 118 m | 120 m | 112 m | 116 m | 125 m | 170 m |

## Retained Earnings | 11.1 b | 11.2 b | 11.2 b | 11.2 b | 11.2 b | 11.2 b |

## Total Equity | 11.6 b | 11.7 b | 11.6 b | 11.6 b | 11.7 b | 11.7 b |

## Financial Leverage | 2.9 x | 2.9 x | 3 x | 3 x | 3 x | 3.1 x |

USD | FY, 2013^{} | FY, 2014^{} | FY, 2015^{} | FY, 2016^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|

## Net Income | 1.9 b | 1.9 b | 2 b | 1.7 b |

## Depreciation and Amortization | 1.3 b |

USD | Q2, 2014^{} | Q3, 2014^{} | Q1, 2015^{} | Q2, 2015^{} | Q3, 2015^{} | Q1, 2016^{} | Q2, 2016^{} | Q3, 2016^{} | Q1, 2017^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

## Net Income | 529 m | 509 m | 442 m | 553 m | 507 m | 356 m | 445 m | 455 m | 362 m |

## Depreciation and Amortization | 287 m | 291 m | 295 m | 299 m | 302 m | 313 m | 319 m | 321 m | 320 m |

USD | Y, 2017 |
---|---|

## Revenue/Employee | 106.3 k |

## Financial Leverage | 3.1 x |

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